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|Anslyn, Eric||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Synthetic organic chemistry, molecular recognition; development of novel synthetic receptors for monitoring and quantitation of herbicides and insecticides in water (in collaboration with Jonathan …|
|Banerjee, Sanjay||Electrical and Computer Engineering||MOS and nanostructure device modeling, UHVCVD for Si-Ge-C heterostructure devices, Ultra-shallow junction technology and process modeling Dr. Banerjee is active in the areas of ultra high vacuum and …|
|Bard, Allen||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Analytical chemistry and electrochemistry: Dr. Bard's group works on the application of electrochemical methods to chemical problems. They are particularly interested in elucidating the behavior …|
|Bonnecaze, Roger||Chemical Engineering||Fluid mechanics of suspensions and emulsions, electrical impedance tomography, micromechanics of imprint lithography, self-assembly of nanoparticulate films.|
|Brown, Richard||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||The central theme of my research is cellulose, the most abundant macromolecule on earth. With some 10 11 tons produced and destroyed each year, we need more information on its structure and its …|
|Campion, Alan||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Dr. Campion is interested in a wide variety of physical and chemical phenomena that occur at solid surfaces or at interfaces. These processes are intellectually interesting because of dimensionality, …|
|Cullinan, Michael||Mechanical Engineering||Development of novel nanomanufacturing systems Finding ways to exploit nanoscale physical phenomena in order to improve existing macroscale devices Create novel micro- and nanoscale devices for …|
|De Lozanne, Alex||Physics||Condensed Matter Physics- We develop novel instruments to study interesting phenomena in superconductivity, nanostructures and magnetism. To accomplish this, we design and build unique scanning probe …|
|De Veciana, Gustavo||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Wireless and Sensor Networks, Network Management and Performance, Algorithms, Computer Aided Design and Nanotechnology|
|Dodabalapur, Ananth||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. Dodabalapur's current interests are in organic transistors, organic-based chemical and biological sensors, and in organic-based laser physics and optics.|