Anderson, Kurt Ph.D., Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Anshelevich, Elliot Ph.D., Associate Professor of Computer Science. Design and analysis of algorithms, especially for large decentralized networks. Strategic agents in networks and algorithmic game theory; approximation algorithms.
Ban, Xuegang (Jeff), Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Transportation big data analytics.
Barquera, Blanca Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology.
Bequette B., Wayne Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
Bennett, Kristin Ph.D., Professor of Mathematical Sciences. Mathematical programming, optimization, machine learning, data mining, support vector machines, and applications of data mining to bioinformatics, cheminformatics, finance, science and engineering.
Berman, Francine Ph.D., Professor and Vice President for Research. Cyberinfrastructure, data preservation and access, e-science, and grid and parallel computing.
Bystroff, Christopher Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology. Bioinformatics; Markov models; protein structure prediction and design; molecular simulations.
Carothers, Christopher Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science. Parallel and distributed systems; simulation; networking and real-time systems.
Cutler, Barbara Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Computer Science. Computer graphics; geometry processing; algorithms; and design tools for architecture.
Embrechts, Mark Ph.D., Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Fox, Peter Ph.D., Professor, Tetherless World Constellation Chair. Semantic web, semantic e-science, data intensive science, virtual observatories, virtual organizations, data grids, high performance computing, collaborative science, sensor web, solar-terrestrial physics, solar variability.
Gray, Wayne Ph.D., Professor and Acting Dean of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. Integrated cognitive systems, computational cognitive modeling, cognitive social science, cognitive engineering. Interested in basic and applied research that leads to understanding the interplay of natural interaction in routine human-human, human-machine, and human-information interactive behavior.
Hendler, Jim Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Information Technology, Tetherless World Constellation Chair. Artificial intelligence, semantic web, web science, agent-based computing and high performance processing.
Hsu K. Cheng Ph.D., Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Ji, Heng Ph.D., Edward G. Hamilton Development Chair and Associate Professor. Natural language processing, in particular cross-source information extraction and knowledge base population.
Kar, Koushik Ph.D., Associate Professor of Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering.
Katz, Miriam Assistant Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences.
Kramer, Peter Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences. Modeling transport in turbulent flows; computer simulation of microphysiological systems, stochastic modeling in physics and biology; multiscale asymptotic methods; random field simulation; nonlinear wave turbulence
Krishnamoorthy, Mukkai Ph.D., Associate Professor of Computer Science. Programming environments; design and analysis of combinatorial algorithms; open source software development issues; performance issues in internet; analysis of web documents; network visualization.
Magdon-Ismail, Malik Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science. Theory, algorithms and applications of computational learning systems; computational finance; bioinformatics, social and communication network analysis.
McGuinness, Deborah L. Ph.D., Professor, Tetherless World Constellation Chair. Semantic web, explanation of intelligent systems, semantically-enabled informatics, semantic eScience.
Milanova, Ana Ph.D., Associate Professor of Computer Science. Software engineering, programming languages, compilers, program analysis, software testing, verification, reliable software systems.
Meunier, Vincent Ph.D., Gail and Jeffrey L. Kodosky '70 Contellation Professor of Physics, Information Technology, and Entrepreneurship, explores nanomaterials properties by design, establishing structure/properties relationships and identifying "virtually designed" materials with desired properties. Data-intensive, theoretical methods are used to investigate materials with changing composition and structure (a "virtual microscope") where researchers can identify structure- property relationships with limited or even no experimental input.
Mitchell, John Ph.D., Professor of Mathematical Sciences; Professor of Decision Sciences and Engineering Systems.
Radke, Rich Ph.D., Associate Professor of Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering.
Shephard, Mark Ph.D., Professor. Scientific computation; mesh generation;adaptive and parallel finite elements and multiscale methods.
Spear, Frank Ph.D., Chair and Professor Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Spooner, David Ph.D., Professor and Associate Dean of Science. Information security, computer science and information technology education.
Stewart, Charles Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science. Computer vision; medical applications.
Trinkle, Jeff Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science. Robotics, manufacturing automation, physics engines, human-machine interaction.
Varela, Carlos Ph.D., Associate Professor of Computer Science. Concurrent programming models and languages, adaptive scalable distributed computing, computational science applications.
Wang, Chunyu MD., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology.
Watson, Bruce Ph.D., Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences.
Willemain R. Thomas Ph.D., Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Xia, Lirong Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Computer Science. Economics and computation, artificial intelligence, multiagent systems, machine learning, game theory, mechanism design, social choice, algorithm design.
Yazici, Birsen Ph.D., Professor of Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering.
Yener, Bülent Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science and Director of Data Science Research Center. Computer, communication and biological networks, bioinformatics, security, combinatorial optimization.
Zaki, Mohammed Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science. Data mining; machine learning; bioinformatics; complex graphs and networks; data science; high performance computing.
Zikas, Vassilis Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Computer Science. Cryptography, computer security, game theory, distributed computing.