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|Correa, Dale||History; Middle Eastern Studies; Religious Studies||In my academic work, I specialize in Islamic legal theory, theology, philosophy, and Qur'anic studies, with a particular interest in the intellectual tradition of the eastern regions of the …|
|Courter, Stephen||Management||Global Strategic Planning and Implementation|
|Dell'Antonio, Andrew||Butler School of Music; Religious Studies||early modern music; late twentieth century music and issues of postmodernism; feminist / queer theory; musical repertories and cultural history of early modern Europe, with a focus on …|
|Doughty, Robin||Geography / Environment; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Environmental Resource Management, Landscape Ecology, Cultural Geography, Historical Ecology, Biogeography, Endangered Species|
|Eichhubl, Peter||Bureau of Economic Geology||Geology, faults, fractures, oil & gas, fossil energy, sedimentary basins, CO2, earthquakes, structural geology, geochemistry, diagenesis, carbon sequestration, Earth science|
|Elber, Ron||Chemistry and Biochemistry||On the biophysics front, Dr, Elber's Research Group is interested in computational algorithms to extend the time scale of simulations in molecular biophysics. Straightforward simulation …|
|Fernandez, Benito||Biomedical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering||Modeling, Simulation and Control Design of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems; Robust-Optimal Adaptive Control (ROAC); System Identification, Diagnostics, Prognosis with Confidence Intervals, Useful Life …|
|Fiete, Ila||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Neurobiology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Professor Fiete works on the theory and modeling of neural systems where the collective behavior is rich, but where underlying features such as single-neuron properties and local connectivity are …|
|Friedman, Alan||Comparative Literature; English||British and American modernism; the novel; drama, especially Shakespeare; international programs and faculty governance and academic freedom|
|Friesen, Steven||Classics; Religious Studies||Poverty and inequality in the early Roman Empire, Urban contexts of religion: Corinth and Ephesus, Social history of the early Christian churches, Roman imperial cults, Revelation and apocalypticism, …|