Faculty Directory

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Emmanuel Abbe

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Office: B322 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4692

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering, Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Research Area: Information theory, coding theory, statistical signal processing, inference and discrete probability. Particular interests in: computationally efficient methods to process information in applications such as communication networks, data acquisition and data privacy

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Ryan P. Adams

Professor of Computer Science, Director, Program in Statistics and Machine Learning

Office: 411 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-8682

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Program in Statistics and Machine Learning

Research Area: Machine learning and computational statistics with applications in science and engineering.

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Sigrid Adriaenssens

Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Office: E332 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4661

Areas of impact: The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Bridges: new structural (mobile) typologies; pre-stressed tension structures: splines and membranes; shells: textile reinforced shells, adaptable formwork, shape optimization; historic structures: restoration and upgrading methodologies; durability: life-cycle design of new infrastructure; efficiency: form-finding techniques, structural optimization, with applications in energy efficiency and human health.

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Amir Ali Ahmadi

Assistant Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 329 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-6416

Areas of impact: Data Science, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Other affiliations: Computer Science, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Optimization: algebraic methods in optimization, semidefinite programming, polynomial optimization; Computational aspects of dynamics and control: Lyapunov theory and optimization-based algorithms for robustness and stability analysis; Algorithms and complexity: Computational complexity in numerical optimization, convex relaxations in combinatorial optimization. Applications in systems theory, statistics, robotics, and economics.

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Ilhan Aksay

Pomeroy and Betty Perry Smith Professor in Engineering, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A313 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4393

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Ceramics and glasses; colloidal dispersions; nanoscience and nanotechnology

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Andrew Appel

Eugene Higgins Professor of Computer Science

Office: Room 209 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-4627

Areas of impact: Public Policy, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy

Research Area: Computer security; information technology policy; election technology; programming languages; compilers; programming language semantics; program analysis; program verification; machine-checked proofs

Craig Arnold

Craig Arnold

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Director of the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Office: D410 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-0250

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Electrical Engineering

Research Area: Laser processing and transport in materials with particular emphasis on shaping laser-material interactions

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Sanjeev Arora

Charles C. Fitzmorris Professor of Computer Science

Office: 307 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-3869

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Theoretical computer science and theoretical machine learning. Computational complexity (especially probabilistically checkable proofs), computing approximate solutions to intractable problems. Data science (also natural language processing and neuroscience).

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David August

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 209 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-2085

Areas of impact: Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Research Area: Computer architecture; languages, compilers, and run-time systems; parallelism; programmability, performance, efficiency, reliability, and security.

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José Avalos

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: 101 Hoyt Chemical Laboratory

Phone: 609-258-9881

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology

Research Area: Biotechnology: Use of synthetic biology and metabolic engineering to address important problems in sustainable energy, the environment, industry, and human health.

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Jay Benziger

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A407 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5416

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Fuel cell engineering; chemical reactor design, stability, and dynamics; heterogeneous catalysis; chemical process engineering for ultrapure materials;

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Ravindra Bhatt

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B430 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-1819

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Theoretical condensed matter (solid-state) physics; physics of electronic materials

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Elie Bou-Zeid

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Office: C326 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5429

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Environmental flows and turbulence, energy models for cities and buildings, boundary-layer meteorology, surface-atmosphere interactions; hydrometeorology; large-eddy simulation; sensor networks

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Ian Bourg

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Princeton Environmental Institute

Office: E416 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4541

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI)

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Chemical and Biological Engineering

Research Area: Geochemical and mass transport properties of porous media, including clay mineral surface geochemistry; geologic carbon sequestration; kinetic isotope effects in aqueous systems; liquid water at interfaces; coupling between geochemistry, geomechanics, and mass fluxes in porous media.

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Clifford Brangwynne

Associate Professor in Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A313 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4528

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Patterning in Developing Embryos; Physical Properties and Function of RNA/Protein Bodies; Architecture and Dynamics of the Cytoskeleton

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Mark Braverman

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 231 194 Nassau St.

Phone: (609) 258-8130

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Research Area: Complexity theory, algorithms, game theory, machine learning, and applications of computer science in healthcare and medicine.

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Pierre-Thomas Brun

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A313 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-2620

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Research Area: Fluid mechanics and elasticity; interfacial phenomenon and capillary effects; desktop experiments and minimal models; instability in soft matter; soft robotics; shape morphing and morphogenesis.

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Mark Brynildsen

Associate Professor in Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: 205 Hoyt Laboratory

Phone: 609-258-1995

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology

Research Area: Bacterial persistence, host-pathogen interactions, network biology of bacterial stress.

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Rene Carmona

Paul M. Wythes '55 Professor of Engineering and Finance, Chair and Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 210 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-2310

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Other affiliations: Mathematics, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Research Area: Mathematical analysis of energy and emission markets; gas and electricity trading; design of cap-and-trade schemes; models and computational methods for the equity and credit markets

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Emily A. Carter

Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Applied and Computational Mathematics

Office: C230 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5391

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering, Chemistry, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Chemical and Biological Engineering

Research Area: Alternative energy; energy efficiency; solar cells/ photovoltaics; solar fuels/photocatalysis; lightweight alloys for fuel-efficient vehicles and fusion reactor walls; quantum mechanics simulation tools

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Michael Celia

Theodora Shelton Pitney Professor of Environmental Studies, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Director of the Princeton Environmental Institute, Director of the Program in Environmental Engineering and Water Resources

Office: E205 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5425

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI)

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Carbon mitigation; ecohydrology; subsurface hydrology; ecohydrology, numerical modeling, contaminant transport simulation; multiphase flow physics

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Bernard Chazelle

Eugene Higgins Professor of Computer Science

Office: 301 194 Nassau St.

Phone: 609-258-5380

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Natural algorithms, dynamical systems, dynamic networks, computational geometry, discrepancy theory

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Yuxin Chen

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: C330 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-1693

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: High-dimensional estimation, machine learning, convex and nonconvex optimization, information theory, statistics, statistical signal processing, network science, and their applications in medical imaging and computational biology.

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Minjie Chen

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: 217 Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Phone: 609-258-7656

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Design of power conversion and management systems to address technical challenges with large social impacts. High-performance power-conversion systems for a wide range of applications, including smart grid, renewable generation, energy storage, telecom, data centers, electric vehicles, and robotics.

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Maurizio Chiaramonte

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Office: E324 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5246

Areas of impact: The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Computational solid and fluid mechanics; computational fracture mechanics; constitutive modeling; Eulerian methods for inelastic solids. Developing, advancing, and leveraging numerical tools, such as finite element methods, numerical optimization techniques, as well as machine learning algorithms, to support the advancement of engineering design and the understanding of fundamental physical phenomena.

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Stephen Chou

Joseph C. Elgin Professor of Engineering Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B412 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4416

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Nanotechnology and nanoscale electronics; optoelectronic; magnetic devices, such as nanoimprint, self-assembly, reactive ion etching, single electron transistors, subwavelength optical elements, patterning of nanoscale organic light emitters and transistors, growth of semiconductors and polymers on nanopatterned substrates, quantized magnetic disks, and giant magnetoresistance

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Edgar Choueiri

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D432 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5220

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: High-power rocket system for the robotic and human exploration of the Moon and Mars; physics and application of plasma thrusters. Also: audio, acoustics, and 3D sound.

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Daniel J. Cohen

Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: 111 Hoyt

Phone: 609-258-3000

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Bioengineering; biomaterials; materials science; biomechanics; swarm behavior

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Sujit Datta

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A321 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4586

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Physics and engineering of soft materials; transport through porous media; interfacial phenomena; biophysics; biological polymers; microfluidics; hydrogels; water remediation; microbial communities

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Nathalie de Leon

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B320 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5694

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Building quantum hardware with color centers in wide bandgap materials, such as NV centers in diamond. Optics and photonics, surface science and materials engineering, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, nanofabrication, and cryogenics.

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Pablo Debenedetti

Dean for Research, Class of 1950 Professor in Engineering and Applied Science, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: 107 91 Prospect Ave./Office of the Dean for Research

Phone: 609-258-5480

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Protein thermodynamics; ice nucleation in the atmosphere; liquid-state theory; theory of the glass transition; theory of nucleation; molecular theory of water and aqueous systems.

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Luc Deike

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and the Princeton Environmental Institute

Office: D428 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-7920

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI)

Research Area: Fundamental fluid dynamics with an emphasis on non-linear and multi-scale systems. Addressing fundamental physics problems related to environmental and industrial applications, including the statistics of waves in the ocean, floating ice sheets, gas transfer by surface breaking waves in the ocean, and spray dynamics in the atmosphere.

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Jia Deng

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Office: 423 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-1203

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Computer vision and machine learning; achieving human-level visual understanding by integrating perception, cognition, and learning.

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David Dobkin

Phillip Y. Goldman '86 Professor in Computer Science

Office: 419 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-9907

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy

Research Area: Creating images of mathematical objects and animations of geometric algorithms

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Zeev Dvir

Associate Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics

Office: 250 194 Nassau St.

Phone: 609-258-6469

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science, Mathematics

Research Area: Computational complexity, pseudo-randomness, coding theory and discrete mathematics.

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Barbara Engelhardt

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Office: 322 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-0933

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Machine learning, Bayesian statistics, statistical genetics, computational biology, quantitative genetics.

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Jianqing Fan

Frederick L. Moore, Class of 1918, Professor in Finance, Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 205 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-7924

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Other affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: High-dimensional statistics, machine learning, financial econometrics, biostatistics, computational biology, distributed computing.

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Nick Feamster

Professor of Computer Science, Deputy Director of the Center for Information Technology Policy

Office: 310 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-2203

Areas of impact: Data Science, Public Policy, Security and Privacy, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science, Center for Information Technology Policy

Other affiliations: Woodrow Wilson School

Research Area: Network systems, security, management, and measurement. Internet censorship and information control, home and access networks, and software defined networking.

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Edward Felten

Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs, Director of the Center of Information Technology Policy, Associate Director of the Program in Technology and Society

Office: 302 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-5906

Areas of impact: Data Science, Public Policy, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science, Center for Information Technology Policy, Woodrow Wilson School

Research Area: Computer security and privacy, and technology policy; electronic voting; security of laptop computers; issues related to anti-copying technology and online copyright issues

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Adam Finkelstein

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 424 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-5756

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Computer graphics; abstract animation; depiction of 3D shape; interactive tools for artists, designers and architects; computer generated line drawings; non-photorealistic rendering; scientific and information visualization

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Jason Fleischer

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B320 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-8963

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Nonlinear optics and photonics; soliton dynamics; statistical and condensed-matter physics

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Michael Freedman

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 308 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-9179

Areas of impact: Data Science, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems, Security and Privacy, The Future Metropolis, Public Policy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy

Research Area: Peer-assisted content distribution; federated virtual worlds; service-centric network architectures; scalable storage systems; fault-tolerant systems; distributed monitoring and debugging; privacy-preserving protocols

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Thomas Funkhouser

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 422 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-1748

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Computer graphics and computer vision

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Maria Garlock

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Co-Director of the Program in Architecture and Engineering

Office: E328 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-2728

Areas of impact: Security and Privacy, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Area: Structural engineering; earthquake engineering; innovative structural systems; large fires; thin shell concrete roof structures; sensor technology in civil infrastructure; tall building design

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Alexander Glaser

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and International Affairs, Co-Director of the Program in Science and Global Security

Office: 202 221 Nassau St.

Phone: 609-258-5692

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, Public Policy, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Woodrow Wilson School

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Nuclear energy; climate change; nuclear reactor technologies; neutronics calculations; nuclear fuel cycle analysis and modeling; nuclear arms control and disarmament verification; projects in partnership with the Program in Science and Global Security and the Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy of the Woodrow Wilson School.

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Branko Glišić

Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Office: E330 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-8278

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Structural health monitoring and structural analysis; SHM methods and strategies, fiber optic sensors and advanced sensory systems; smart structures and intelligent infrastructure; hazard mitigation and enhancement of safety; model-based and model-free data analysis

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Claire Gmachl

Eugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B326 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-7489

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: High performance quantum cascade lasers; innovative quantum cascade laser design; mid-infrared photonics; mid-infrared sensing applications in environment, health, and security; novel semiconductor devices; semiconductor metamaterials.

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Aarti Gupta

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 220 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-8017

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Formal verification of systems, model checking, program analysis, and automatic decision procedures for logics. SAT/SMT solvers.

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Mikko Haataja

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D404C E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-9126

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Theoretical and computational materials science; physics of materials; physical biology; microstructure formation

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Elad Hazan

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 409 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-4562

Areas of impact: Data Science, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Design and analysis of algorithms for basic problems in machine learning and optimization.

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Andrew Houck

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B424 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-2571

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Quantum computing; non-linear and quantum optics; superconducting microwave electronics; decoherence in quantum systems; transport physics

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Marcus Hultmark

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D222 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5689

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Fluid mechanics; turbulence, its measurement and theory. Aerodynamics of wind turbines; developing and characterization of sensors for measurements of flow parameters related to atmospheric monitoring, climate models, unmanned aerial vehicles, and medical infusion monitoring to improve how treatments are administered.

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Peter Jaffé

William L. Knapp '47 Professor of Civil Engineering, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Associate Director for Research for the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: E411 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4653

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Novel mechanisms of ammonium oxidation under iron reducing conditions and its applications to water treatment; optimization of nitrification/denitrification in waste treatment systems; transport and transformation of pollutants in the environment; remediation of contaminated systems; numerical simulation of denitrification in soils as a function of rainfall and soil properties; climate change models; biogeochemically mediated dynamics of trace metals in sediments, wetland soils, and groundwater; biological reduction of uranium in groundwater; long-term stability of the reduced uranium phases; nitrogen processing in urban settings coupled to urban hydrology; effects of carbon dioxide sequestration in deep aquifers on shallow soils due to potential leaks.

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Kyle Jamieson

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Office: 305 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-7477

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems, Security and Privacy, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Networking, Wireless Systems, Internet of Things. Building wirelessly networked systems for the real world that cut across the boundaries of digital communications and networking.

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Niraj Jha

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B220 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4754

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science, Energy and Environment, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems, Security and Privacy, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Machine learning; Internet of Things; embedded computing; cybersecurity; computer architecture; computer-aided design of integrated circuits and systems; low-power hardware/software design; 3D monolithic IC design.

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Yiguang Ju

Robert Porter Patterson Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Director of the Program in Sustainable Energy

Office: D330 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5644

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Sustainable energy; propulsion; functional nano-materials

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Antoine Kahn

Stephen C. Macaleer '63 Professor in Engineering and Applied Science, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Vice Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science

Office: B420 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4642

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Molecular and polymer semiconductors; electronic and chemical properties of interfaces; doping in organic thin films; organic-based devices; hybrid metal halide perovskites.

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N. Jeremy Kasdin

Eugene Higgins Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D207 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5673

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Astrophysical Sciences

Research Area: Space systems design; orbital mechanics; guidance and control of space vehicles; astronomical optics and instrumentation; adaptive optics; exoplanet direct imaging; adjutant scientist for coronagraph instrument on NASA’s Wide Field Infra-Red Survey Telescope (WFIRST).

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Brian Kernighan

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 311 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-2089

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy

Research Area: AMPL modeling language for mathematical optimization; scripting languages

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Zachary Kincaid

Assistant Professor

Office: 219 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-5330

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Programming languages, formal methods, concurrency, compilers, logic. Developing automated reasoning techniques to facilitate the construction of high-performance, dependable software. Static analysis and program verification, with an emphasis on multi-threaded programs. Theorem proving and program synthesis.

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Bruce E. Koel

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A311 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4524

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Surface processes and probes. Plasma-materials interactions: liquid metals, nanomaterials synthesis, plasma-enhanced catalysis; photoelectrocatalysis: composite and doped oxides for water splitting, carbon dioxide reduction; electrochemistry: Zn Br cells, alloy electrodes; heterogeneous catalysis: hydrocarbon conversion, olefin metathesis, hydrodeoxygenation of bio-oils, bimetallic Pt alloys; environmental remediation: sequestration by iron nanoparticles; electron and ion spectroscopy; scanning probe microscopy, STM, AFM.

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Gillat Kol

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Office: 230 194 Nassau St.

Phone: 609-258-5386

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Theoretical aspects of computation; application of information theory to theoretical computer science, especially to computational complexity; interactive compression and coding.

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Egemen Kolemen

Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: MS34 C-Site B261 PPPL

Phone: 609-258-

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Application of dynamics and control theory to experimental plasma physics, primarily to address the challenges of fusion reactor design. Designing and implementing novel control techniques for fusion reactors. Reduction of heat flux to fusion reactor vessels using advanced magnetic divertor configuration, detachment, and radiation control; and disruption avoidance against instabilities.

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Alain Kornhauser

Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Director of the Program in Transportation

Office: 229 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-4657

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Dynamic resource management; traveler information and decision support; automated vehicle control systems; traveler information systems; personal rapid transit

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Andrej Kosmrlj

Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D414 D-Wing E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-8613

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Design and mechanics of metamaterials with unusual material properties; Statistical mechanics of microscopic structures in the presence of thermal fluctuations and disorder, with potential applications for flexible electronics, sensitive force sensors or micro-actuators; Mechanics in morphogenesis during embryo development.

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Samory Kpotufe

Assistant Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 327 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-5305

Areas of impact: Data Science, Public Policy

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy, Computer Science

Research Area: Machine learning, with an emphasis on nonparametric methods and high-dimensional statistics. Investigating the inherent difficulty of high-dimensional learning problems (e.g. most modern data mining problems)

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Sanjeev Kulkarni

Dean of the Faculty, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B310 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-6727

Areas of impact: Data Science, Public Policy

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Philosophy, Center for Information Technology Policy, Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Statistical pattern recognition, machine learning; applied probability, nonparametric statistics; information theory, communications; wireless networks, sensor networks; signal, image, and video processing; adaptive systems, hybrid systems, control and econometrics and finance

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Sun-Yuan Kung

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B230 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-3780

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Research Area: VLSI signal processing; neural networks; digital signal, image, and video processing; multimedia information systems

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Andrea LaPaugh

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 304 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-4568

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Information dscovery for the web and digital libraries; computer-aided design (CAD) of digital systems; algorithm foundations

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Chung Law

Robert H. Goddard Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D323C E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5271

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Combustion, with applications in propulsion, energy and environmental issues; chemical kinetics; fluid mechanics; heat and mass transfer; high-temperature gas dynamics, and alternative fuels.

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Ruby Lee

Forrest G. Hamrick Professor in Engineering, Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B218 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-1426

Areas of impact: Data Science, Public Policy, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy

Research Area: Ubiquitous processor and platform architectures for media processing and secure information processing; computer architecture for high-performance, secure, and highly available servers

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Naomi Leonard

Edwin S. Wilsey Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Director of the Council on Science and Technology

Office: D234 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5129

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Control theory, involves designing and analyzing methods for influencing the behavior of complex, dynamical systems using feedback

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Kai Li

Paul M. and Marcia R. Wythes Professor of Computer Science

Office: 321 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-4637

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Electrical Engineering

Research Area: Computer architecture; operating systems; parallel systems; networking

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Ning Lin

Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Office: E328 E-Wing E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-0266

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, Security and Privacy, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Area: Natural hazards and risk assessment, stochastic modeling, wind engineering, coastal engineering, climate change impact and adaptation, built environment and sustainability.

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A. James Link

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: 207 Hoyt

Phone: 609-258-7191

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Protein engineering, peptides, natural products, antibiotics, microbiology, genomics, and supramolecular chemistry

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Michael Littman

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D202A E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5198

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Area: Automatic controls; tunable laser design; bio-mimic robotics; the terrestrial planet finder; design and control of a high contrast coronagraph; history of engineering

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Wyatt Lloyd

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Office: 323 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-5030

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Theory, design, implementation, evaluation, and deployment of large-scale distributed systems. Big data, storage, consistency, geo-replication, consensus, concurrency control, and fault tolerance.

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Lynn Loo

Theodora D. '78 and William H. Walton III '74 Professor in Engineering, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Director of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: 118 Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Phone: 609-258-9091

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, Entrepreneurship

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Organic and polymer electronics, including transistors, solar cells, sensors and energy efficient smart windows; hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites; patterning; processing-structure-function relationships of complex materials.

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Stephen Lyon

Professor of Electrical Engineering, Director, Program in Engineering Physics

Office: B428 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4635

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Optical processes in semiconductors; ultrafast processes and nonequilibrium transport; semiconductor nanostructures; quantum computing

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Anirudha Majumdar

Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Office: D202B E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-0854

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Controlling highly agile robotic systems such as unmanned aerial vehicles, with formal guarantees on their safety and performance.

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Sharad Malik

George Van Ness Lothrop Professor in Engineering, Chair and Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B224 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4625

Areas of impact: Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education

Research Area: Design automation for digital systems; design tools for embedded systems; hardware-software integration; digital circuit theory; synthesis and verification of digital systems

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Luigi Martinelli

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D302C E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-6652

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Simulation of viscous flow past complex configurations with application to aircraft and ship design

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Margaret Martonosi

Hugh Trumbull Adams '35 Professor of Computer Science, Director of the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, Director of the Program in Technology and Society, Director of the Program in Entrepreneurship

Office: 208 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-1912

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, Public Policy, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science, Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Center for Information Technology Policy, Electrical Engineering

Research Area: Computer architectures and the hardware/software interface, particularly power-efficient systems, hardware-software interface issues, and most recently, power-efficient wireless networks.

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William Massey

Edwin S. Wilsey Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 206 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-7384

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Stochastic models and queuing theory; performance and pricing models for telecommunications systems; symptotic analysis and stochastic bounds for queueing networks; theories of queues with time-varying rates, stochastic networks

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Denise Mauzerall

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Public and International Affairs

Office: 445 Robertson Hall

Phone: 609-258-2498

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, Public Policy

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Woodrow Wilson School

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Using science to inform far-sighted air quality policy that considers impacts of air pollution on health, agriculture and climate change. Investigations include: Climatic benefit of black carbon (soot) mitigation; global crop yield reductions due to ozone exposure; inter-continental transport of fine aerosols; impact of emissions of aerosols from China on global air quality, mortality and radiative forcing.

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Jonathan Mayer

Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs

Office: 307 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: (202) 684-6074

Areas of impact: Data Science, Public Policy, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: The intersection of information technology, public policy, and law.

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Forrest Meggers

Assistant Professor of Architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Co-Director of the Architecture and Engineering Program, Co-Chair of Princeton Sustainability Committee

Office: S03 Architecture Building

Phone: 609-258-7831

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Architecture

Other affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Area: Building systems design and integration; sustainable systems; renewable energy; optimization of energy systems; geothermal; seasonal energy storage; low temp hybrid solar; building materials; energy systems modeling; exergy analysis; thermodynamics and heat transfer; and heat pumps

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Julia Mikhailova

Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D420 D-Wing E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-7154

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Attosecond science: high-¬harmonic and attosecond?pulse generation and application. High-¬field physics: high-¬power lasers, relativistic laser?plasma interaction, synchrotron¬?type intense x?ray radiation from solids, laser¬?driven particle acceleration. Ultrafast and nonlinear optics: few-¬cycle optical pulse generation, optical parametric chirped pulse amplification, femtosecond laser filamentation, nonlinear fiber optics. Quantum optics: entanglement of quantum states, biphoton states in spontaneous parametric light scattering.

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Prateek Mittal

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B326 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-0814

Areas of impact: Data Science, Public Policy, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy, Computer Science

Research Area: Secure and privacy-preserving communication systems, including domains of privacy-enhancing technologies, trustworthy social systems, and Internet/network security. Research draws on techniques from computer networks and distributed systems, large-scale machine learning, complex networks/network science and applied cryptography.

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Michael Mueller

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D332 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5191

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: High-fidelity numerical modeling of turbulent combustion. Applications to improving efficiency and performance, minimizing emissions, and reducing cost in reciprogating engines, aircraft engines, and stationary gas turbines.

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John Mulvey

Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 329 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-5423

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Financial management and risk analysis; large-scale optimization models and algorithms; advanced portfolio models for long-term investors (pension plans, family trusts, university endowments) and multi-strategy hedge funds

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Arvind Narayanan

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Office: 308 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-9302

Areas of impact: Data Science, Public Policy, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy

Research Area: Privacy, security, tech policy, cryptography, social networks

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Celeste Nelson

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Director of the Program in Engineering Biology

Office: 303 Hoyt Laboratory

Phone: 609-258-8851

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology

Research Area: Mammalian tissue morphogenesis/morphodynamics; microfabrication/bioMEMS for tissue engineering; cell adhesion and mechanics

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Daniel Nosenchuck

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D302B E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5136

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Complex fluid flows; supercomputer architecture; rapid design and manufacture

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Athanassios Panagiotopoulos

Susan Dod Brown Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chair of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A317 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4591

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Molecular simulation of fluids, materials and biological systems; Thermodynamic analysis of processes; Ionic liquids and their applications; Computational Material Science

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Catherine Peters

Chair and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Director of the Program in Geological Engineering

Office: E-417 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5645

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Geosciences, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Program in Sustainable Energy

Research Area: Environmental chemistry and environmental risk assessment; reactions kinetics; reaction rates for a variety of environmental systems; geochemical reactions important for storage of CO2 in deep saline aquifers; time-scales operative for CO2 storage; contamination of water and soils with organic pollutants; non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) containing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

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H. Vincent Poor

Michael Henry Strater University Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B330 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-1816

Areas of impact: Data Science, Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Information theory; signal processing; wireless networks; energy systems; social networks

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Amilcare Porporato

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Princeton Environmental Institute

Office: E407 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-2287

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI)

Research Area: Nonlinear and stochastic dynamical systems, hydrometeorology and soil-atmosphere interaction, soil moisture and plant dynamics, soil biogeochemistry, and ecohydrology.

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Warren Powell

Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Director of the Program in Engineering and Management Systems

Office: 230 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-5373

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Computer Science

Research Area: Optimization under uncertainty, spanning optimal learning, approximate dynamic programming, stochastic search, and risk, with an emphasis on computation. Application areas include energy, transportation, health, business analytics and the sciences.

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Rodney Priestley

Associate Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A417 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5271

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Materials synthesis, processing, structure and properties. The physics of polymeric materials and the development of novel polymeric systems as responsive and self healing materials and membranes.

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Paul Prucnal

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B314 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5549

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Photonic switching; fiber-optic networks; optical interconnects

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Robert Prud'homme

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A301 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4577

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Flow in porous media; micro and nanofluidic phenomena; rheology; colloidal dispersions; polymer engineering

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Miklos Racz

Assistant Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 204 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-8281

Areas of impact: Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Statistical inference problems in complex systems, in particular on random graphs and in genomics; applied probability, combinatorial statistics, information theory, control theory, interacting particle systems, and voting.

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Peter Ramadge

Gordon Y.S. Wu Professor of Engineering, Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B212 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4645

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Research Area: Video and image processing; adaptive systems; adaptive signal processing; adaptive control; discrete-event systems, optimization of queueing systems; video analysis, annotation and search

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Barry Rand

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: B414 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-7692

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Understanding and leveraging the electronic and optical properties of thin film materials, particularly semiconductors, for use in emerging applications such as solar cells, light emitting devices, and transistors. Interdisciplinary research at the intersection of electrical engineering, materials science, physics, and chemistry.

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Ben Raphael

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 309 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-6314

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Developing and applying computational and mathematical methods to address biological questions at the molecular and cellular level. Human and cancer genomics, including algorithmic approaches to identify and interpret genomic alterations in genomes, reconstruct tumor evolution, and discover novel therapeutic interventions. Comparative genomics, particularly analysis of genome rearrangements in evolution. Algorithms for analysis of data from high-throughput genomics and proteomics technologies.

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Ran Raz

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 240 194 Nassau St.

Phone: 609-258-2086

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Complexity theory, with emphasis on proving lower bounds for computational models: Boolean and arithmetic circuit complexity, communication complexity, interactive proofs and probabilistically checkable proofs, randomness and derandomization, time-space lower bounds for learning.

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Richard A. Register

Eugene Higgins Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A423 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4691

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Materials design: creation of new materials for specific function; polymer chemistry, physics, and engineering; nanoscience and nanotechnology; polymer thin films and membranes; block copolymers, polymer blends and composites, semicrystalline polymers, and ionomers.

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Zhiyong "Jason" Ren

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and Environment

Office: 213 Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Phone: 609-258-4899

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Water-energy nexus and energy and resource recovery during waste treatment processes.

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Jennifer Rexford

Gordon Y.S. Wu Professor in Engineering, Chair and Professor of Computer Science

Office: 222 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-5182

Areas of impact: Public Policy, Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy, Electrical Engineering

Research Area: Communication networks; network management; protocol design; internet measurement

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Alejandro Rodriguez

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B318 B-Wing E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-8962

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Application and development of analytical and computational methods for studying emerging, fundamental, and practical problems at the intersection of quantum and classical nanophotonics. Control and design of thermal emitters and absorbers, modeling fluctuation-induced electromagnetic phenomena in complex nanostructures and design of low-power, wavelength-scale nonlinear devices.

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Clarence Rowley

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D232 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-7321

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Fluid flows from a dynamical systems point of view; modeling and model reduction for bifurcation analysis and control; numerical methods, both for fluids simulations, and analysis of dynamical systems; applications of geometric methods in fluid mechanics

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Szymon Rusinkiewicz

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 406 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-7479

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Computer graphics; acquisition and analysis of 3D shape and appearance; novel devices and methods for 3D printing; documentation of cultural heritage artifacts and sites; appearance and performance capture for digital humans.

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Olga Russakovsky

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Office: 408 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-8118

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Computer vision, machine learning and human-computer interaction. Developing artificial intelligent systems that can reason about the vision world.

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Robert Sedgewick

William O. Baker *39 Professor in Computer Science

Office: 319 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-4345

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Finding efficient algorithms for fundamental practical problems; validating theoretical designs through practical implementations; fundamental properties of algorithms; comparing algorithms through careful implementation studies; relating algorithms, data structures, generating functions and analytic functions such that asymptotic results; investigating how visual representations provide an understanding of how algorithms gain efficiency

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Kaushik Sengupta

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B216 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5250

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Integrated circuits and chip-scale systems operating across RF-THz-optical frequencies for next generation ultrafast wireless communication, sensing, imaging and low-cost smart biomedical devices for point-of-core applications.

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Sebastian Seung

Evnin Professor in Neuroscience, Professor of Computer Science and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Co-Director of the Program in Neuroscience

Office: 153 PNI Neuroscience Institute

Phone: 609-258-7713

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science, Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI)

Research Area: Neuroscience and connectomics: Developing machine learning and social computing technologies for reconstructing neural circuits from high resolution brain images.

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Mansour Shayegan

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B408 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4639

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Semiconductor physics; electronic properties of low-dimensional semiconductor structures; growth of III-V compounds by molecular beam epitaxy

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Mykhaylo Shkolnikov

Assistant Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 202 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-1044

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Applying stochastic analysis to problems in random matrix theory and stochastic portfolio theory. Various topics in probability theory and partial differential equations: interacting particle systems, random growth models, concentration of measure, large deviations, random operators, probabilistic approach to hyperbolic and parabolic partial differential equations.

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Stanislav Shvartsman

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering and the Lewis Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

Office: A421 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4694

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology

Research Area: Quantitative analysis of pattern formation and morphogenesis in developing tissues; genetics, genomics, and computational studies of signaling pathways; reaction engineering and transport processes

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Yoram Singer

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 421 Computer Science

Phone: 609-258-0343

Areas of impact: Data Science, Entrepreneurship, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Design, analysis, and implementation of machine learning algorithms.

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Mona Singh

Professor of Computer Science and the Lewis Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

Office: 420 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-2087

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science, Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology

Research Area: Computational biology and bioinformatics; computational science

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Jaswinder Singh

Professor of Computer Science, Director of the Program in Applications of Computing

Office: 324 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-5329

Areas of impact: Entrepreneurship

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Parallel computing systems and applications: parallel applications and their implications for software and architectural design; system software and programming environments for multiprocessors. Special interest in applications of computing in computational biology, especially protein structure determination and simulating the immune system

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Ronnie Sircar

Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 208 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-2841

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Security pricing; stochastic models of finance; numerical methods and approximations of solutions; modeling and statistics of volatility; stochastic differential equations and computational methods

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James Smith

William and Edna Macaleer Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Office: C319G E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4615

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Research Area: Hydrology, hydraulics and hydrometeorology of extreme floods; development of technologies for measuring rainfall from weather radar; stochastic modeling of the space-time structure of rainfall and microphysical studies of extreme rainfall from organized systems of thunderstorms; examined the heterogeneity of hydrologic response in urbanizing watersheds; the stability of the channel-floodplain system in urban drainage networks and the hydraulics of extreme floods in urban rivers

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Alexander Smits

Eugene Higgins Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D218 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5117

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Experimental research in fluid mechanics. The behavior of low and high Reynolds number turbulent wall-bounded flows at subsonic, supersonic and hypersonic speeds; the fluid mechanics of swimming and bio-inspired propulsion; blood hemolysis, sports ball aerodynamics; wind turbine aerodynamics and energy harvesting, and the development of new and improved measurement techniques.

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Daniel Steingart

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: 213 Andlinger

Phone: (609) 258-1257

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Chemical and Biological Engineering

Research Area: Energy storage; metallurgical process efficiency; low cost long cycle life batteries; discrete power electronics; printed, flexible, stretchable batteries; in situ electrochemistry; power - energy control circuits and hybrid design.

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Robert Stengel

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Director of the Program in Robotics and Intelligent Systems

Office: D202C E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5103

Areas of impact: Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI)

Research Area: Space flight; aircraft flight dynamics; robotics; robust, optimal, and adaptive control of physical systems; computational neural networks; systems biology, including optimization of disease therapy and analysis of genetic data.

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Howard Stone

Donald R. Dixon '69 and Elizabeth W. Dixon Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: D326 D-Wing E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-9493

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Chemical and Biological Engineering

Research Area: Fundamental problems in fluid motions dominated by viscosity, low Reynolds number flows. Applying a combination of theory, computer simulation and modeling, and experiments, with applications to problems involving effects of surface tension, buoyancy, fluid rotation, and surfactants, and the flow of lipids and motions of suspended particles.

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James Sturm

Stephen R. Forrest Professor in Electrical Engineering

Office: 320 Bowen Hall

Phone: 609-258-5610

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Physics and technology of semiconductor devices for both microelectronics and large-area electronics; silicon-based heterostructures and three-dimensional integration; organic semiconductors; flat panel and flexible displays

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Sankaran Sundaresan

Norman John Sollenberger Professor in Engineering, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office: A315 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4583

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health

Primary Affiliations: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Granular and multiphase flow; chemical reactor design, stability and dynamics; origin and hierarchy of meso-scale structures in two-phase flows; coarsened equations of motion for two-phase flows; contact stresses in granular assemblies; role of static electrification on gas-particle flows

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Ludovic Tangpi

Assistant Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 203 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-4558

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Stochastic analysis and mathematical finance.

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Robert Tarjan

James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science

Office: 308 194 Nassau St.

Phone: 609-258-4797

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Computer science theory; data structures; graph algorithms; combinatorial optimization; computational complexity; computational geometry; parallel algorithms

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Jeffrey Thompson

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B328 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-6124

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Methods to gain control over individual atoms for computing, communications and sensing technology. Using nanophotonic circuits to spatially isolate and address individual or small clusters of rare earth ion dopants in crystalline hosts for use as single photon sources and quantum memories. Developing techniques to laser-cool and trap large arrays of atoms levitated in vacuum.

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Olga Troyanskaya

Professor of Computer Science and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

Office: 320 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-1749

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Data Science

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science, Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

Other affiliations: Molecular Biology

Research Area: Genomic data integration; microarray analysis; gene and protein function prediction; detection and analysis of chromosomal abnormalities; evaluation and validation of computational predictions; algorithms for integration of data from multiple data sources; visualization of biological data; machine learning methods in bioinformatics

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Hakan Tureci

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B312 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-1993

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Nonlinear/quantum optics in complex media; nano-photonics; condensed matter physics; semiconductor optics; strongly correlated quantum optical systems; quantum/wave chaos; numerical methods for simulating active and passive photonic structures

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Ramon van Handel

Associate Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 227 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-0973

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Probability theory and its interactions with other fields: Conditional phenomena, high-dimensional probability, and ergodic theory.

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Robert Vanderbei

Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 209 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-2345

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Other affiliations: Computer Science, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Telescope design for searching for extra-solar planets; high-contrast imaging; diffractive optics; robust optimization; fast Fourier optimization; financial portfolio selection; convex optimization; multi-objective optimization; stochastic dominance; stability of Saturn's rings; astrophysics; stable solutions to the n-body problem

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Naveen Verma

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B226 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-1424

Areas of impact: Bioengineering and Health, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Analog and digital integrated circuits with an emphasis on developing system platforms for emerging applications, especially where considerable computation and instrumentation is required but energy is severely constrained. Important examples include implantable and wearable biomedical systems and remote sensing and processing network nodes.

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David Walker

Professor of Computer Science

Office: 211 Computer Science Building

Phone: 609-258-7654

Areas of impact: Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Programming language theory, design, analysis and implementation.

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Mengdi Wang

Assistant Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Office: 226 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-8773

Areas of impact: Data Science, Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems

Primary Affiliations: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Research Area: Decision making and reinforcement learning problems involving uncertainty or hidden information; modeling uncertainty and designing algorithmic approaches that "learn" the best decisions as information is revealed. optimization (stochastic, online, and even more), stochastic programming, variational inequalities, dynamic programing, statistical learning, and game dynamics.

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Elke U. Weber

Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment, Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs, Associate Director for Education for the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: 216 Andlinger Center

Phone: 609-258-7640

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, Public Policy

Primary Affiliations: Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Psychology, Woodrow Wilson School

Research Area: Questions at the intersection of psychology, economics, engineering, and policy that address the importance and role of descriptive/behavioral models of judgment and decision-making under risk and uncertainty and for decisions with long time horizons in environmental and energy-related decision making and policy. Psychologically appropriate ways to measure and model individual, group, or cultural differences in risk taking and time discounting across domains.

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Matt Weinberg

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Office: 222 194 Nassau St.

Phone: 609-258-1796

Areas of impact: Public Policy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Other affiliations: Center for Information Technology Policy

Research Area: The intersection of algorithms and human incentives. Algorithmic mechanism design: including auction design, cryptocurrencies, and "social good"; algorithmic game theory; online algorithms. Algorithms and uncertainty.

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David Wentzlaff

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B228 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-7781

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Computer architecture, operating systems, sustainable computing, data center computing, cloud computing, multicore systems, manycore systems, microprocessor design, low-lower computer design, energy efficient computing.

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Claire White

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: E326 E-Wing E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-6263

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment, The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research Area: Long-term behavior of low-CO2 concrete, and the mineralization processes during CO2 capture and storage. Durability of alkali-activated cements; atomic and nanoscale morphology of cementitious materials; reaction kinetics of cement formation; amorphous carbonate materials; combined modeling/experimental methodologies; Monte Carlo methods; ab-initio calculations; total scattering analysis.

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Eric Wood

Susan Dod Brown Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Office: C319H E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-4675

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Area: Hydroclimatology with an emphasis on land atmospheric interactions; terrestrial remote sensing; seasonal hydrologic climate forecasts, including land-climate teleconnections; terrestrial water and energy balances and fluxes over a range of spatial and temporal scales; remote-sensing research focuses on estimating the hydrologic and energetic states of the terrestrial system; validating satellite retrievals on land surface states

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Gerard Wysocki

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office: B324 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-8187

Areas of impact: The Future Metropolis

Primary Affiliations: Electrical Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Laser spectroscopy; broadly tunable laser systems; external cavity quantum cascade lasers; spectroscopic systems for remote and/or in-situ chemical sensing and spectroscopic trace-gas sensor networks

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Nan Yao

Senior Research Scholar at the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Director of the Imaging and Analysis Center, Lecturer in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office: 033 Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Phone: 609-258-6394

Primary Affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Utilizing advanced imaging, diffraction, spectroscopy and in-situ techniques, in tandem with theoretical simulations, to study fundamentals of the structure-composition-processing-property-performance relations in complex materials such as nanostructured materials, biomaterials, organic/inorganic interfaces, block copolymers, catalysts, quasicrystals and functional nanomaterials.

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Mark Zhandry

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Office: 242 194 Nassau St.

Phone: 609-258-5135

Areas of impact: Security and Privacy

Primary Affiliations: Computer Science

Research Area: Cryptography; Computer science theory; Program obfuscation. Analyzing the effects that quantum computers will have on cryptography. Developing new cryptographic capabilities and improving the efficiency of these applications.

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Mark Zondlo

Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Associate Director for External Partnerships at the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Office: C330 E-Quad

Phone: 609-258-5037

Areas of impact: Energy and Environment

Primary Affiliations: Civil and Environmental Engineering

Other affiliations: Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Research Area: Climate; atmospheric sciences: sensors and remote sensing; cloud formation; the role of aerosol particles in atmospheric chemistry and air quality