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Agrawala, Ashok K.Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~agrawala/
Research: Design and evaluation of systems and networks. 

Akin, David L. Associate Professor
Aerospace Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://spacecraft.ssl.umd.edu/
Research: Space systems, space robotics, space human factors, extravehicular activity/space suit design.

Alexander, Millard Distinguished University Professor
Chemistry

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.chem.umd.edu/groups/alexander/ 

Alt, Francis B. Associate Professor
Decision, Operations & Information Technologies

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Research: Statistical quality control, applied multivariate analysis, and forecasting with a particular interest and expertise in multivariate process control.

Antman, Stuart S. Distinguished University Research Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www.math.umd.edu/~ssa/
Research: Professor Antman studies a variety of dynamical problems for rods, shells, and three-dimensional solid bodies. The bodies are composed of nonlinearly elastic, viscoelastic, plastic, viscoplastic, or magnetoelastic materials. In each case, properly invariant, geometrically exact theories encompassing general nonlinear constitutive equations are used. In some cases, the solids interact with fluids or electromagnetic fields. The goals of these studies are to discover new nonlinear effects, determine thresholds in constitutive equations separating qualitatively different responses, treat control problems involving ""smart"" materials, examine important kinds of instabilities, contribute to the theory of shocks and dissipative mechanisms in solids, and develop new methods of nonlinear analysis and of effective computation for problems of solid mechanics.

Austin, Mark A.Associate Professor
Civil & Environmental Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.isr.umd.edu/~austin/
Research: Systems engineering and integration- How do we build systems engineering tools that can take advantage of semantic web technologies? Systems engineering for sensor-based supply chains. Human-computer interfaces for system-level engineering design. Formal models for validation/verification of networked engineering systems. Computer-aided design of bridge and building structures. Earthquake engineering and structural dynamics.

Ayyub, BilalProfessor
Civil & Environmental Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://ctsm.umd.edu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=15&Itemid=51
Research: Dr. Ayyub’s main research interests are risk, uncertainty and decision analysis, and systems engineering applied to civil, infrastructure, energy, defense and maritime fields. 

Azarm, ShapourProfessor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.azarm.umd.edu/
Research: Evolutionary/classical multi-objective and multi-disciplinary design optimization. Approximation of computationally intensive simulations. Decision maker's (or customer's) preference capturing for product design selection. Robust design optimization and selection, with applications for single product and product line design. Integration of marketing and engineering design.

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Baeder , JamesProfessor
Aerospace Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.agrc.umd.edu/facstaff/james_baeder.html

Balachandran , BalakumarProfessor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.enme.umd.edu/faculty/chair
Research: His research interests include nonlinear phenomena, dynamics and vibrations, and control, and his recent efforts have focused on taking advantage of nonlinear phenomena for the benefit of a system.

Balan, RaduProfessor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~rvbalan/
Research: Applied harmonic analysis, signal processing, machine learning, modeling.

Ball, Michael Professor
Institute for Systems Research

Email:
Webpage: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/faculty/mball/
Research: Dr. Ball's research interests are in network optimization and integer programming particularly as applied to problems in transportation systems and supply chain management.

Baras, John S. Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.isr.umd.edu/~baras/
Research: Dr. Baras' research interests include scaleable multicast security; integrated management of hybrid communication networks; modeling and performance evaluation of large broadband hybrid networks; fast internet over heterogeneous (wireless-wireline) networks; manufacturing process selection for electromechanical products; intelligent control; wavelets; robust speaker identification; low complexity, high fidelity, low rate speech coding; image processing and understanding; learning clustering algorithms and classification; distributed control (or decision) systems; stochastic dynamic model building; stochastic control and scheduling; real-time sequential detection and estimation; computer-aided control systems design; queuing systems; quantum communications; nonlinear systems; and radar systems modeling and performance evaluation and distributed parameter systems.

Barg, AlexanderProfessor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.ece.umd.edu/~abarg/
Research: Combinatorics, Geometry, Coding Theory, Information Theory, Cryptography, Applied problems in Communications, Storage, and Data Protection

Barnes, SeanAssistant Professor
Decision, Operations & Information Technologies

Email:
Webpage: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/directory/sean-barnes
Research: Dr. Barnes' research interests are modeling the transmission of infectious diseases, healthcare and sports analytics, agent-based modeling, simulation, data visualization, and machine learning.

Bedrossian, JacobAssistant Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.cscamm.umd.edu/~jacob/
Research: My research is focused on the mathematical analysis of PDEs arising in fluid mechanics and plasma physics. Recently, most of my work has focused on understanding mising and nonlinear stability in fluid mechanics at high Reynolds number and Landau damping-related effects in kinetic theory in the collisionless limit with a specific interest to problems relevant to plasma physics.

Benedetto, John J. Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~jjb/
Research: Harmonic analysis and applications

Bentley, WilliamDistinguished University Professor
Bioengineering

Email:
Webpage: https://bentley.umd.edu/
Research: Recent interests are on deciphering and manipulating signal transduction pathways, including those of bacterial communication networks, for altering cell phenotype. To enable discovery, his lab develops new strategies for opening ‘communication’ between devices and biological systems by the creation and facile assembly of biologically functional interfaces. These concepts are emerging as a field of ‘biofabrication’ that exploits biological components and processes for assembly.

Bernard, Peter S. Professor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~bernard/
Research: Professor Bernard's primary research interests lies in gridfree methods for turbulent flow simulation, including heat and mass transfer and natural convection. Lagrangian analysis of turbulent transport.

Blankenship, Gilmer L.Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://robotics.umd.edu/faculty/blankenship
Research: Robotics, nonlinear dynamics, stochastic systems, software systems for real-time control

Brill, DieterProfessor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://www.physics.umd.edu/grt/people/dieter.html
Research: Black Hole Physics, Cosmology, (2+1)-dimensional model theories

Bruck, Hugh A.Professor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.enme.umd.edu/~bruck/WAM-pub/main.html
Research: Processing, thermomechanical characterization, and computational design of multifunctional and functionally graded materials, energetic materials, nanocomposite materials, smart structures, and thin films; experimental methods for microscale and nanoscale materials characterization.

Butts, DanielAssociate Professor
Biology

Email:
Webpage: http://neurotheory.umd.edu/
Research: Systems and computational neuroscience; visual and auditory processing; application of statistical and machine learning approaches to interpret neurophysiological data with a focus on large-scale recordings.

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Calabrese, Richard V. Professor
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.ench.umd.edu/faculty/calabrese
Research: Dr. Calabrese's research interests are in turbulent mixing and multiphase flow, with emphasis on drop dispersion and coalescence, prediction and measurement of particle size distribution and prediction and measurement of velocity fields in stirred vessels, high shear mixers and other process equipment.

Cameron, MariaAssociate Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~mariakc/
Research: Scientific computing, development of numerical and graph algorithms, methods for the study of rare events and transition paths in stochastic systems, and applications to natural sciences, in particular to chemical physics.

Carton, James A. Professor
Atmosphere and Oceanic Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.atmos.umd.edu/~carton/
Research: Ocean dynamics and the role the ocean plays in climate variability. Current interests include tropical climate variability; exchange processes between the North Atlantic and Arctic (and their relationships to sea ice loss); the changing geochemistry of the oceans; and techniques for reconstructing historical variability of ocean climate.
Keywords: Meteorology, Oceanography, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Climate

Cerrai, SandraProfessor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~cerrai/
Research: probability theory, stochastic partial differential equations

Chellappa, RamalingamDistinguished University Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cfar.umd.edu/~rama/
Research: Signal and image processing, computer vision, pattern recognition, multi-dimension stochastic processes, statistical inference, computer vision and image analysis, AI in computer vision, neural networks for computer vision.

Childs, AndrewProfessor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://cs.umd.edu/~amchilds
Research: Theory of quantum information processing, especially quantum algorithms. Particular topics of interest include quantum walk, quantum simulation, quantum algorithms for algebraic problems, and quantum query complexity

Corrada Bravo, Héctor Associate Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.hcbravo.org
Research: Our research focuses on efficient and effective interactive analysis of high-throughput genomic data. We develop new methods and tools from multiple areas in the computational and statistical sciences: basic bioinformatics/biostatistics, statistical and machine learning, data visualization and management, and numerical optimization. Applications include cancer epigenetics, metagenomics, pre-processing of measurements from high-throughput assays and disease risk models that integrate high-throughput genomic and other data.

Coughlin, Peter J. Associate Professor
Economics

Email:
Webpage: https://www.econ.umd.edu/facultyprofile/Coughlin/Peter
Research: Dr. Coughlin's research interests are in the areas of social choice, voting theory and applied game theory.

Cramton, PeterProfessor
Economics

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cramton.umd.edu/
Research: Dr. Cramton conducts research on auctioning many related items, and applies that research world-wide to major auctions of radio spectrum, electricity, financial securities, rough diamonds, pollution emissions, timber, and other products.
Keywords: Market design, auctions, game theory.

Cummings, MichaelProfessor
Biology

Email:
Webpage: http://biology.umd.edu/michael-cummings.html
Research: Molecular evolution, bioinformatics, computational biology, machine learning, genotype-phenotype relationships, GPU-computing, high performance computing.

Czaja, WojciechProfessor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~czaja/
Research: Applied and theoretical harmonic analysis; signal and image processing; machine learning.

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Davis, Larry S. Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.umiacs.umd.edu/~lsd/
Research: computer vision, homeland security, visual surveillance.

Deane, AnilResearch Associate Professor
Institute for Physical Science & Technology

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~deane/
Research: Dr. Deane's research is in the area of computational fluid dynamics and parallel computing, with funded projects in space physics, microgravity fluid physics and high performance computing. Over time he has worked on large-scale simulations of thermal convection, wake flows, compressible turbulence, and magnetohydrodynamics. The numerical techniques used for these simulations include spectral methods, spectral-element methods, finite volume schemes for compressible flows, and shock-capturing methods (particularly flux-corrected transport).

Dorland, William D.Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://umdphysics.umd.edu/about-us/people/faculty/126-dorland.html
Research:
Development of kinetic (phase space) algorithms for high performance computing, with an emphasis on Eulerian schemes and closure theory.
Direct numerical simulation of collisionless, magnetized plasma turbulence for first-principles simulation of:
  -Turbulent transport in magnetic confinement fusion devices
  -Turbulent heating and particle acceleration in astrophysical plasmas
Development of lightweight, portable, high-performance components for practical high performance parallel computing.
Keywords: Turbulence in magnetized plasma; computational physics.

Downey, SeanAssistant Professor
BSOS-Anthropology

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~sdowney2/Sean_Downey/Home.html

Dubayah, Ralph Professor
Geography

Email:
Webpage: http://www.geog.umd.edu/facultyprofile/Dubayah/Ralph
Research: ecosystem characterization for carbon modeling, habitat and biodiversity studies, land surface energy and water balance modeling, spatial analysis and remote sensing science

Duncan, JamesProfessor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://hydro.umd.edu/index.htm
Research: Experimental research in water surface waves including wave breaking, wave impact on structures, droplet and bubble generation, and solitary gravity capillary waves.

Duraiswami, RamaniAssociate Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.umiacs.umd.edu/~ramani/
Research:
Audio and Computational Acoustics: Acoustics for perceptual reality, microphone arrays, auditory user interfaces, underwater acoustics.
Scientific Computation: Fast multipole methods, computational statistics and learning methods, data fitting and modeling, boundary element methods
Computer Vision: Vision aware audio, tracking, pose
Keywords: Computer audition, computer vision and scientific computing

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Einstein, Theodore L. Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: https://umdphysics.umd.edu/people/faculty/current/item/141-einstein.html
Research: Physics of surfaces and complex interfaces, Properties of vicinal surfaces, Statistical mechanics of lower dimensions.

Elman, Howard C. Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~elman/
Research: My research concerns various topics in Numerical Analysis, including numerical linear algebra, computational methods for partial differential equations, computational fluid dynamics, uncertainty quantification, and parallel computation.

Ephremides, Anthony Distinguished University Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.ece.umd.edu/faculty/ephremides
Research: Research interests include all aspects of Communications Systems (Information Theory, Communication Theory, Multi-user Systems, Communication Networks, Satellite Systems) with focus on Energy Efficiency and Cross-Layer Approaches to Design. He is also interested in Systems Theory, Stochastic Systems, Optimization, Signal Processing, Wireless Communications.

Evans, MichaelAssociate Professor
Geology

Email:
Webpage: https://www.geol.umd.edu/directory.php?id=12
Research: High resolution multiproxy paleoclimatology of the late Holocene, with special emphasis on tropical processes, hydrometeorological variations, and global climate change

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Fagan, William F.Professor
Biology

Email:
Webpage: http://www.clfs.umd.edu/biology/faganlab/
Research: I use analytical and computational approaches to understand aspects of population dynamics and species interactions. I focus on problems in spatial ecology using systems of PDEs, integrodifference equations, agent-based modeling, and network modeling. I also study aspects of extinction risk and parameter estimation from noisy time series using stochastic population models. Some of my models are 'pure theory' in nature whereas others are tightly tied to data from particular field systems (e.g., Mount St. Helens).

Fitzpatrick, Patrick M. Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~pmf/
Research: study of topological methods in nonlinear operator theory

Forni, GiovanniProfessor
Mathematics

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Research: Dynamical systems and smooth ergodic theory of zero entropy systems, Renormalization methods in dynamical systems, KAM theory, Teichmueller dynamics, Homogeneous Dynamics and Number Theory, Billiards in Polygons and related systems, Unipotent Flows (horocycle flows, nilflows) and their Time-Changes.

Fox-Rabinovitz, MichaelSenior Research Scientist
Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center

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Research: atmospheric numerical climate modeling

Freidlin, Mark I. Distinguished University Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~mif/
Research: asymptotic problems in stochastic processes and PDE's

Fu, Michael C. Professor
Institute for Systems Research

Email:
Webpage: https://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/directory/michael-fu
Research: Simulation modeling and analysis, production/inventory control, applied probability, and queueing theory; stochastic derivative estimation, simulation optimization of discrete-event systems, Markov decision processes; with application to supply chain management and financial engineering.

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Gabriel, Steven A. Professor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.stevenagabriel.umd.edu/
Research: Modeling of critical infrastructure using optimization, equilibrium/game theory, and statistical methods, Algorithm development for solving optimization and equilibrium/game theory models

Gasarch, William Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~gasarch/
Research: combinatorics, graph theory

Gates, Sylvester J. Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://umdphysics.umd.edu/people/faculty/135-gates.html
Research: mathematical and theoretical physics of supersymmetric particles, fields and strings

Girvan, MichelleAssociate Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://networks.umd.edu/
Research: My research focuses the theory of complex networks as well as applications to biological systems. Much of the theoretical portion of my work involves studies of community structure (e.g. modularity) in complex networks – how it arises, different ways to quantify it, algorithms to detect it, etc. In terms of applying abstract concepts from network theory to experimental systems, I am broadly interested in high-throughput biological networks, and have recently been focused on gene interaction networks. In particular, my collaborators and I have been studying structural and dynamical features of cancer in experimentally-derived gene interaction networks. In an effort to connect empirical results back to theory, we are investigating the utility of Boolean models of genetic control for understanding the diverse patterns of gene expression observed in cancer cells.

Glaz, Harland M. Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~hmg/
Research: gas dynamics

Golden, Bruce L. Professor
Decision, Operations & Information Technologies

Email:
Webpage: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/faculty/bgolden/
Research: Some of my interests are network optimization, genetic algorithms, evolutionary computation, heuristic search, applied operations research, operations research/operations management in healthcare, logistics & distribution.

Goldman, William M. Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~wmg/
Research: I am interested in the deformation theory of geometric structures on manifolds. Such structures are modeled on geometris on homogeneous spaces of Lie groups. They include hyperbolic geometry, projective geometry, inversive geometry, constant curvature Lorentzian geometry and many others. The study closely relates to discrete subgroups of Lie groups, gauge theory, low-dimensional topology and mathematical physics. Of particular interest is the action of the topological symmetry group (the mapping class group) on the deformation space (generalizing Teichmueller space), which opens up many questions in dynamical systems.
The Experimental Geometry Lab provides a community of mathematicians working on examples of these structures using technology. In particular we are interested in visualization and computation for geometric structures, discrete group actions, and dynamical systems on moduli spaces. Participants in the lab have included senior researchers, postdocs, graduate students, undergraduate students and high school students.
Keywords: manifold, geometry, homogeneous space, Lie group, symmetry, geometric structure, mapping class group, uniformization, moduli space, dyanmical system.

Greenberg, Oscar W. Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://www.umdphysics.umd.edu/index.php/about-us/people/faculty/138-greenberg.html
Research: I am interested in the relation of discrete symmetries, locality of various types and Lorentz invariance. I am presently studying the spacetime dependence of the relative spin-spin correlation function connected with tests of the Bell inequalities. More generally, I am interested in quantum information and related issues.

Grillakis, Manoussos Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~mggrlk/
Research: Nonlinear waves and stability, Nonlinear partial differential equations, Harmonic Analysis

Gumerov, Nail A.Senior Research Scientist
Institute for Advanced Computer Studies

Email:
Webpage: http://www.umiacs.umd.edu/~gumerov/
Research: Fast boundary element method for the Laplace and Helmholtz equations in three dimensions, Computation of acoustic scattering from N spheres using multipole reexpansion method

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Hadley, Nicholas J.Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.physics.umd.edu/~hadley/
Research: My interests are in experimental particle physics. Appropriate topics for AMSC students include the applications of computing to large data sets using the grid, and simulating and reconstructing data using pattern recognition and other algorithms.

Hahn, Jin-OhAssistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.enme.umd.edu/faculty/hahn
Research: System dynamics and control, system identification, condition monitoring and fault diagnostics, multi-sensor fusion and signal processing, bio-systems and healthcare, automotive control systems, energy systems

Harring, JeffreyAssociate Professor
Measurement, Statistics, and Evaluation

Email:
Webpage: https://www.education.umd.edu/directory/jeffrey-r-harring
Research: Finite mixture modeling, Models for repeated measures data, Latent variable modeling, and Statistical computing

Hassam, Adil B. Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~hassam/
Research: Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion, Solar-Terrestrial Plasma Physics, Industrial Plasmas.
Keywords: Theoretical Plasma Physics

He, XinAssociate Professor
Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Email:
Webpage: https://www.sph.umd.edu/people/xin-he
Research: longitudinal data analysis, time-to-event data analysis, nonparametric and semiparametric methods, as well as applications in epidemiology, environmental health, and biomedical studies

Herrmann, JeffreyProfessor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.isr.umd.edu/~jwh2/jwh2.html
Research: Developing risk-based methods for planning and optimizing unmanned sysytems operations.
Keywords: Operations Research, Decision Making, Risk Management 

Horiuchi, Timothy K.Associate Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.isr.umd.edu/Labs/CSSL/horiuchilab/horiuchilab.html
Research: Bat Echolocation, Computational Neuroscience, Learning Systems, Neuromorphic VLSI Design,Constrained Optimization Circuits, Mobile Robotics, Neural Recording and Spike-Sorting Techniques and Tools

Hu, Bei-Lok Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://www.umdphysics.umd.edu/index.php/about-us/people/faculty/153-hu.html
Research: Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime, Stochastic Semiclassical Gravity, Early Universe Quantum Processes, Nonequilibrium Quantum Field Theory. Fluctuation Phenomena. Foundational Issues of Quantum Mechanics, Relevance to Quantum Computing. Theoretical Aspects of Quantum and Atom Optics.

Hunt, Brian R. Professor
Institute for Physical Science & Technology

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~bhunt/
Research: Weather Forecasting and State Estimation for Spatiotemporal Chaos. Prevalence, Projection, and Dimension. Fractals and Dimension in Dynamical Systems. Optimal Orbits and Invariant Measures of Chaotic Systems. Dynamics on Networks. Dynamics near Invariant Manifolds: Intermingled Basins, Bubbling, and Synchronization. Bifurcations and Periodic Windows. Other Dynamical Systems Papers. Computational Genomics.
Keywords: Chaotic Systems, Applied Dynamics

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Ide, KayoAssociate Professor
Atmospheric & Oceanic Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.atmos.umd.edu/~ide/
Research: Dr. Ide's research interests concern dynamics of atmosphere and oceans from interdisciplinary perspective, in particular: data assimilation as scientific monitoring and prediction, observing system design, and study of transport and mixing from perspectives of dynamical and control systems.

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Jabin, Pierre-EmmanuelProfessor
Center for Scientific Computation and Math Modeling

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.cscamm.umd.edu/~jabin/
Research: Advection-Transport equations with applications to compressible Fluid Mechanics, Multi-agent and many particles systems. Mathematical Modeling in Biology and Ecology, Kinetic and Hyperbolic problems.

Jacobs, DavidProfessor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~djacobs/
Research: object recognition in images, computational and psychological study of perceptual organization

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Kalnay, Eugenia E. Distinguished University Professor
Meteorology

Email:
Webpage: http://www.atmos.umd.edu/~ekalnay/
Research: Predictability and ensemble forecasting, numerical weather prediction, data assimilation, coupled ocean-atmosphere modeling and climate change.

Katz, JonathanProfessor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~jkatz/
Research: I work on problems in theoretical computer science, mainly in the area of cryptography. I am interested in problems both of a combinatorial and an algebraic/number-theoretic nature. If you are interested in research in this area, please consult the list of publications on my web page or send me an email.

Kedem, Benjamin Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~bnk//
Research: I have done work in time series analysis, space-time statistical problems, and combination of information from several sources.

Kishek, Rami AlfredResearch Professor
Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://www.umer.umd.edu/ramiak/
Research: Kishek's research is in applied electromagnetics (beams, plasmas, microwaves) and the nonlinear dynamics of many-body systems, with specific interest in space charge effects, computation, and multipactor. Broad applications include high-intensity particle accelerators and space-based communication systems. Nearly 25 years experience as a researcher and educator.

Krishnaprasad, Perinkulam Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.isr.umd.edu/~krishna/
Research: Krishnaprasad's interests lie in the broad areas of geometric control theory, filtering and signal processing theory, robotics, acoustics, and biologically-inspired approaches to control, sensing and computation. He has made contributions to system identification, geometric mechanics, actuation based on smart materials, and control of collectives. His current work is focused on pursuit and cohesion in nature and in engineered systems. Key words: geometric methods, collective behavior, Lie groups, stability and control, pursuit phenomena, bio-inspiration, statistical physics, evolutionary games.

Kueker, David W.

Email:
Webpage: http
Research: mathematical logic - model theory

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La, Richard J.Associate Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.ece.umd.edu/~hyongla/
Research: Richard J. La's research interest are i) mathematical analysis of communication networks, ii) design and evaluation of resource allocation algorithms for communication networks, and iii) application of game theory and mechanism design. In particular, his past research activities focused on congestion control in the Internet, wireless scheduling, mobile ad-hoc network routing, disruption tolerant networks, network pricing, and dynamic spectrum trading.

Lahiri , ParthasarathiProfessor
Joint Program in Survey Methodology

Email:
Webpage: http://www.statconsortium.umd.edu/facultymembers/plahiri.html

Larsson, JohanAssistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~jola/
Research: Computational turbulence, grid-adaptation for chaotic PDEs, and uncertainty quantification applied to problems in fluid mechanics

Lee, Mei-Ling TingProfessor
Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Email:
Webpage: http://sph.umd.edu/epib/faculty/mltlee/
Research: Analysis of genomic data; analysis of time-to-event data; rank tests for clustered data; statistical applications in environmental and occupational health studies, epidemiology studies, microbiology and pharmaco epidemiology; applied probability models; multivariate distributions

Lee, Sung W. Professor
Aerospace Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.aero.umd.edu/facstaff/fac-profiles/lee-sung.html
Research: Structural mechanics, finite element analysis, and composite structure

Lekic, VedAssistant Professor
Geology

Email:
Webpage: http://www.geol.umd.edu/facilities/seismology/
Research: I seek to understand the state, dynamics, and dominant processes of the solid Earth, as well as other planets and satellites. Accurate seismic imaging -- with reliably quantified uncertainties -- is often a crucial first step toward this goal. Therefore, my research focuses on analysis of large datasets (primarily of seismic wave recordings) and the application of inverse methods that enable optimal extraction of information and quantification of uncertainty. You can find out more about my research and that of my students and postdocs here: https://www.geol.umd.edu/facilities/seismology/

Lele, Shreevardhan Lecturer
Decision, Operations & Information Technologies

Email:
Webpage: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/faculty/slele/lele.html
Research: Dr. Lele's research centers on data mining and managerial decision-making under uncertainty. He has also conducted research in the fields of real options, quality control, and simulation.

Levermore, Charles D. Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~lvrmr/
Research: Much (but not all) of my research has revolved around the central theme of understanding how large-scale behaviors emerge from dynamics or structures on small-scales. This includes the classical question of statistical physics about the macroscpic desciption of systems of large numbers of particles given known microscopic physics. It also includes studies of semiclassical limits of nonlinear wave equations, convergence of numerical schemes, turbulence modeling, derivations of shallow water systems, derivations of fluid dynamical systems from kinetic theories, radiation transport through random media, and many other areas. These problems all fall into the what is now called the class of "multiscale" problems.
Keywords: Multiscale problems, Boltzmann Equations, Nonlinear Wave Equations

Levy, DoronDistinguished Scholar-Teacher
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~dlevy/
Research: Applications of math to biology and medical sciences, imaging, immunology, biology, nonlinear dynamics, numerical analysis

Li, YanAssociate Professor
Joint Program in Survey Methodology

Email:
Webpage: https://jointprogram.umd.edu/content/yan-li
Research: Dr. Yan Li is an Associate Professor in the Joint Program in Survey Methodology (JPSM) and in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Maryland, College Park. A primary research goal of Dr. Li is to combine her background in computer sciences, genetics, statistics and survey methodology with her research experience in Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics to develop statistical methods for efficiently designing and analyzing complex samples in social and bio-medical settings. Particularly she is interested in the area of health disparity, mediation analysis, statistical genetics, involving drawing statistical inferences using case-control, cohort and cross-sectional studies and surveys with complex survey designs.

Liao, YuanAssistant Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~yuanliao/

Liu, K.J. RayProfessor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cspl.umd.edu/kjrliu/
Research: Dr. Liu is Director of Communications and Signal Processing Laboratories and leads the Maryland Signals and Information Group (SIG) with research contributions that encompass broad aspects of wireless communications and networking; multimedia communications and signal processing; information forensics and security; biomedical imaging and bioinformatics; and signal processing algorithms and architectures, in which he has published over 400 refereed papers, books, and book chapters.

Losert, WolfgangProfessor & Associate Dean
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://ireap.umd.edu/~wlosert/
Research: The dynamical properties of Complex Systems at the convergence of physics, materials science, and biology.

Lovell, DavidProfessor
Civil & Environmental Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.eng.umd.edu/~lovell/
Research: Surface and air transportation, systems engineering. Geometric design, optimization, and controls applied to civil infrastructure systems.

Lyubchich, ViacheslavResearch Assistant Professor
Center for Environmental Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.umces.edu/vyacheslav-lyubchich
Research: Time series analysis, forecasting, applied statistics, non-parametric inference, bootstrap, environmental modeling, and random networks.

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Madan, Dilip B. Professor
Finance

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Webpage: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/faculty/dmadan/
Research: I am particularly fascinated by how mathematical analysis, economic theory, and statistical methodology may be employed to extract interesting information from financial market data. My particular area of expertise is Mathematical Finance with its wide array of theoretical, applied and innovative concerns that range from issues of formulating and testing our understanding of market price determination to the more detailed aspects of pricing particular claims, like the wide range of equity and fixed income derivatives now traded, and improving the quality of risk management through the development innovative financial products and better methods for processing financial information.
Keywords: Mathematical Finance

Makowski, Armand M. Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Webpage: http://www.isr.umd.edu/People/faculty/Makowski.html
Research: Traffic characterization and modeling in communication networks, Resource allocation issues in wireless networks, Queueing systems and asymptotic methods for performance evaluation in communication networks, Stochastic systems and adpative algorithms

Mankad, Shawn
Decisions, Operations and Information Technologies

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Webpage: http
Research: studying the roles of networks and machine learning tools in primarily two areas: health care and the study of financial markets

Marcus, Steven I. Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.isr.umd.edu/~marcus/
Research: Dr. Marcus' research interests lie in the areas of control and systems engineering, analysis and control of stochastic systems, Markov decision processes, stochastic and adaptive control, learning, fault detection, and discrete event systems, with applications in manufacturing and communication networks.

Margetis, DionisiosProfessor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~diom/
Research: Prof. Margetis's research interests lie broadly in mathematical modeling and applied analysis. In recent years, he has placed particular emphasis on:
(i) modeling, analysis and simulation of solid materials across scales, especially derivation of macroscopic PDEs from discrete systems and germane issues of boundary conditions
(ii) quantum kinetic theory of ultra cold, dilute gases (``Bose-Einstein condensation'')
(iii) PDE aspects of quantum information.

Mayergoyz, IsaakProfessor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.ece.umd.edu/meet/faculty/mayergoyz.php3
Research: Power, Electromagnetic theory, Semiconductor device modeling

Mellet, Antoine Associate Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~mellet/

Miyoshi, TakemasaAssistant Professor
Atmospheric & Oceanic Science

Email:
Webpage: http://data-assimilation.riken.jp/~miyoshi/
Research: fundamental problems about data assimilation theories and methods, with particular focus on ensemble-based data assimilation

Momen, BahramAssociate Professor
Environmental Science and Technology

Email:
Webpage: http://enst2.umd.edu/momen.htm
Research: Biostatistics and Environmental Science

Montesi, Laurent G.J.Associate Professor
Geology

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Webpage: http://www.geology.umd.edu/~montesi/index.shtml
Research: Our research group studies how the Earth and other planets are deforming and evolving over geological time scales. This research involves the development of Finite Element models of mantle flow, fault development and melt migration, with a fundamentally multidisciplinary approach. For example, we couple rheological evolution and deformation to produce localized shear zone, or couple thermodynamic and thermal models. Numerical challenge include multiphysics and multiscale processes, large deformation, adaptive mesh refinement, and the adoption of a Bayesian statistics framework for assimilation of many types of observations into our models.

Mount, David M. Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~mount/
Research: I am a member of the Algorithms and Theory Group at the University of Maryland. I do research on the design, analysis, and implementation of data structures and algorithms for geometric problems, particularly problems with applications in areas such as image processing, pattern recognition, information retrieval, and computer graphics.

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Narayan, Prakash Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.ece.umd.edu/~prakash/homepage.html
Research: Multiuser information theory, Communication theory, Communication networks, Cryptography, Information theory and statistics.

Neustadtl , AlanAssociate Professor
Sociology

Email:
Webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/alanneustadtl/

Newcomb, Robert W. Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.ece.umd.edu/~newcomb/
Research: Analog VLSI, biomedical engineering especially ear type systems and heart models), circuit and systems theory (especially semistate theory and multiport synthesis), microsystems, neural networks (hardware & biologically motivated), robotics

Nochetto, Ricardo H. Professor
Mathematics

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Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~rhn/
Research: Free boundary problems and phase transitions: finite element methods, adaptivity, PDE issues

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Oard, Douglas WilliamProfessor
College of Information Studies

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~oard/
Research: My research interests include cross-language information retrieval, speech-based information retrieval, and information filtering.

Okoudjou , KassoProfessor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~okoudjou/
Research: Harmonic analysis especially time-frequency and time-scale methods and their applications to signal analysis; Analysis and differential equations on fractals.

Ott, Edward Distinguished University Professor
Physics

Email:
Webpage: http://www.chaos.umd.edu/personnel/ott.html
Research: Dynamics of large networks of coupled systems, Wave chaos, State estimation of large spatiotemporally chaotic systems

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Paley, DerekAssociate Professor and Director of Institute for Systems Research
Aerospace Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://cdcl.umd.edu/
Research: Mobile sensor networks, Biocomplexity

Pecht, MichaelProfessor
Mechanical Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.calce.umd.edu/
Research: Professor Michael Pecht’s research focuses on prognostics and systems health management (PHM) using machine learning. PHM is an approach that is used to evaluate the reliability of a system in its actual life-cycle conditions, determine the initiation of failure, and mitigate system risks. Prognostics of a system can yield an advance warning of impending failure in a system and thereby help in maintenance and corrective actions.. The outputs of a prognostic assessment of a product are the failure risk, time to failure, remaining useful life, and a prognostic distance within which time specific maintenance and repair actions can be taken to extend the life of the product.. The U.S. Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Program requires PHM. NASA uses the Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) program for its fleet. Consumer electronics companies, including computer companies such as Dell, are investing a lot of money in prognostics research so that they can harness the benefits of PHM for reducing warranty costs and cutting product qualification time. The data-driven and fusion approaches stand among the three main approaches to implementing prognostics for a system (along with model-based). The data-driven prognostics methods use current and historical data to statistically and probabilistically derive decisions, estimates, and predictions about the health and reliability of products. Data-driven approaches are useful to monitor the health of large multivariate systems and are capable of intelligently detecting and assessing correlated trends in the system dynamics to estimate the current and future health of the system. Areas of interest for data-driven approaches include anomaly detection, fault identification, fault isolation and prediction of remaining useful life (prognostics). Machine learning is highly used in the data-driven approach since it incorporates statistical and probability theory in addition to data preprocessing, dimensionality reduction by compression and transformations, feature extraction, and cleaning (de-noising) of data. Fusion methods for prognostics offer the benefits of model-based and data-driven methods.

Penny, Stephen G. Assistant Research Professor
Atmospheric & Oceanic Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.aosc.umd.edu/~spenny/
Research: Data Assimilation of the Ocean and Coupled Earth System, Mathematical foundations of data assimilation

Pop, MihaiAssociate Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cbcb.umd.edu/~mpop/
Research: Content

Prucha, Ingmar R. Professor
Economics

Email:
Webpage: http://econweb.umd.edu/~prucha/
Research: Dr. Prucha's research interests are in theoretical and Applied Econometrics. A focus of his current research is on the econometric analysis of spatial and social networks. His applied work focuses on the determinants of dynamic factor demand (including investment in physical and R&D capital) and productivity.

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Raghavan, Subramanian Professor
Decision, Operations & Information Technologies

Email:
Webpage: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~raghavan/
Research: Dr. Raghavan's research primarily focuses on three areas---network design (e.g., telecommunications, logistics), data mining, and auctions. The unifying feature to these various research areas is the network and combinatorial optimization techniques he applies to these problems.
Keywords: Network Design, Combinatorial Auctions, Data Mining

Reggia, James A. Professor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~reggia/
Research: Our research group focuses on studying and understanding
1) the underlying principles of biological computation, and how these principles can be adopted or modified to extend contemporary computer science methods, and
2) automated causal reasoning, such as abductive inference and Bayesian/belief networks.

Reynolds, ChrisProfessor
Astronomy

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Webpage: http://www.astro.umd.edu/~chris/
Research: astrophysics of black holes (both stellar and supermassive), the physics of relativistic jets, and the properties and evolution of intracluster and intergalactic plasma

Riaz, AmirAssociate Professor
Mechanical Engineering

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Webpage: http://www.enme.umd.edu/faculty/Riaz
Research: DNS of multiphase flows. Bubble Dynamics. Perturbation methods. Stability and Transition. Porous Media flows. Boiling and Evaporative Heat Transfer.

Rosenberg, Jonathan M.Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~jmr/
Research: Topology and geometry, especially of manifolds and singular spaces, non-commutative topology, index theory, C*-algebras, Lie group representations, K-theory, applications to mathematical physics, especially string theory and other field theories

Rotkowitz, MichaelAssistant Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Webpage: http://www.isr.umd.edu/~mcrotk/

Russek-Cohen, Estelle

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Research: Linear models and multiple inequality hypotheses. Discriminant Analysis. Statistical Issues in Microbiology.

Ryzhov, IlyaAssociate Professor
Decision, Operations & Information Technologies

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Webpage: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/faculty/iryzhov/

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Sanner, RobertAssociate Professor
Aerospace Engineering

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Webpage: http://www.aero.umd.edu/facstaff/fac-profiles/sanner-robert.html
Research: Research interest include nonlinear control, spacecraft dynamics and control, aircraft dynamics and control.

Shamma, ShihabProfessor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Webpage: http://www.ece.umd.edu/meet/faculty/shamma.php3
Research: Dr. Shamma's research interests include biological aspects of speech analysis and neural signal processing.

Shapiro, Benjamin Professor
Aerospace Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.controlofmems.umd.edu/
Research: I am primarily intersted in research at the intersection of control theory and micro systems. We focus on model based control design with validation via experiments. Roughly speaking, we do 50% modeling, 30% control design, and 20% fabrication and experiments.

Siewerdt, Frank

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Research: Population-level changes in gene frequencies, genetic resemblance between individuals, selection theory, advanced statistical methods for prediction of breeding values, incorporation of novel techniques into breeding programs

Skoulakis, Georgios

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Research: asset pricing, portfolio choice, computational methods in economics, and financial econometrics

Slud, Eric V. Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~slud/
Research: Survival data analysis, Census statistics, large-scale data problems with emphasis on cross-classified data, Stochastic processes.
Keywords: Mathematical statistics and probability

Smith, Paul J. Associate Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~pjs/
Research: Categorical data analysis. Robust and nonparametric statistical methods. Applications of statistics, particularly in the biomedical sciences

Song, JiuzhouAssociate Professor
Animal & Avian Sciences

Email:
Webpage: http://ansc.umd.edu/Labs/Song/
Research: Dr. Song's current research interests are on bioinformatics, statistical genomics, biopathway analysis and gene regulatory network. Specifically, he works in novel computational methodologies for molecular biology and genetics, e.g., temporal gene expression analysis and biological information extraction from high throughput gene expression data.
Keywords: Statistical genomics and bioinformatics

Srinivasan, AravindProfessor
Computer Science

Email:
Webpage: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~srin/
Research: Prof. Srinivasan's research interests are in randomized algorithms, networking, social networks, and combinatorial optimization, as well as in the growing confluence of algorithms, networks, and randomness, in fields including the social web, machine learning, public health, biology, and energy.

Swistak, Piotr T.Associate Professor
Government and Politics

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Webpage: https://gvpt.umd.edu/facultyprofile/Swistak/Piotr
Research: Game theory, social choice theory, decision theory, methodology and philosophy of the social science.

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Tadmor, EitanDistinguished University Professor
Center for Scientific Computation and Math Modeling

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Webpage: http://www.cscamm.umd.edu/people/faculty/tadmor/
Research: Research is concerned with theory and computation of Partial Differential Equations with diverse applications to shock waves, kinetic transport, incompressible flows, image processing, and self-organized collective dynamics. In particular, research is focused on the development of high-resolution methods for nonlinear conservation laws, including those associated with the notions of central schemes, entropy stability, spectral viscosity methods, constraint transport and edge detection; on transport models and their relation to kinetic theories, and on critical thresholds phenomena in such models; on multi-scale descriptions in image processing associated with the notion of hierarchical decompositions; and on modeling and analysis of collective (hydro-)dynamics with applications to flocking and opinion dynamics.

Tits, Andre L. Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Email:
Webpage: http://www.ece.umd.edu/~andre/
Research: Dr. Tits' main research interests lie in various aspects of numerical optimization, optimization-based system design and robust control with emphasis on numerical methods. In addition to carrying out fundamental research work in these areas, researchers in Dr. Tits' group have developed several software packages. Especially popular is FSQP, a tandem of sophisticated software suites for nonlinear constrainted optimization, in use at over 1000 sites around the world.

Trivisa, KonstantinaProfessor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~trivisa/
Research: Trivisa’s research lies on the interface between nonlinear partial differential equations and continuum physics and focuses on applications in fluid dynamics, multiphase flows, continuum mechanics, materials science and math biology. Her research is an interplay of mathematical modeling, analysis and simulations for the investigation of nonlinear systems governing physical models.

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Valliant, RichardResearch Professor
Joint Program in Survey Methodology

Email:
Webpage: http://jointprogram.umd.edu/all/our-faculty#cbp=https://jointprogram.umd.edu/content/richard-valliant
Research: Survey sample design, calibration estimation, price index estimation, statistical software development, statistical education

Vishkin, UziProfessor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Webpage: http://www.umiacs.umd.edu/~vishkin/index.shtml
Research: Parallelism in computing: Parallel algorithmics; Synergy of algoithms, progamming and architecture for an easy-to-program general purpose parallel computer platform; Machine learning as well as other potential "killer applications" for parallel computing. Design and analysis of algorithms. Pattern matching. Theory of computing.

Von Petersdorff, Tobias Associate Professor
Mathematics

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Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~petersd/
Research: Elliptic and parabolic boundary value problems; numerical methods. Nonsmooth domains like polygons and polyhedra:
Singular behavior of the solution near edges and vertices, Efficient numerical approximation using Finite Element Methods, Boundary Element Methods and nonuniform meshes. Multigrid and Wavelet techniques for Boundary Element Methods

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Wallace, Stephen

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Research: Dr. Wallace is a member of the Theory Group for Quarks, Hadrons, and Nuclei. The group conducts research in quantum chromodynamics, lattice QCD, hadron and nuclear physics.

Washington, Lawrence C.Professor
Mathematics

Email:
Webpage: http://www2.math.umd.edu/~lcw/
Research: Number theory, cyclotomic fields, elliptic curves, cryptology

Wedel, MichelDistinguished University Professor
Marketing

Email:
Webpage: https://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/directory/michel-wedel
Research: The application of Bayesian statistical and econometric methods to further the understanding of consumer behavior and to improve marketing decision making

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Yorke, James A. Distinguished University Research Professor
Mathematics

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Webpage: http://www.chaos.umd.edu/~yorke/
Research: chaos theory and genome research and the population dynamics of the HIV/AIDS epidemic

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Zachariah, Michael R.Professor
Mechanical Engineering

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Webpage: http://www.enme.umd.edu/facstaff/fac-profiles/zachariah.html
Research: Microcombustion, Energetic Materials and Reacting Flows (Combustion and Thermal CVD Processes). Fundamentals of Gas-Phase Chemical Kinetics: Measurement and Theory. Ab-Initio Computational Chemistry and Classical Molecular Dynamics. Numerical Simulation of Reacting Flows with Complex Chemistry Molecular-Beam and Single Particle Mass-Spectrometry.
Keywords: NanoParticle Science, Manufacturing and Measurements.

Zhang, Da-Lin Professor
Meteorology

Email:
Webpage: http://www.atmos.umd.edu/~dalin/
Research: Prof. Zhang works on the modeling and understanding of fundamental processes taking place in squall lines, mesoscale convective complexes, hurricanes and heavy rain- (or snow-) storms, tropical and extratropical cyclones, gravity waves, frontal circulations and topographically generated weather phenomina. His research involves simulating a variety of different severe convective systems and cyclones; examining the meso-beta-scale structures and evolution as well as the mechanism(s) whereby they develop; testing theories, hypotheses and various model physical representations; and finally interpreting, to the extent possible, the observed behaviors of these weather systems. His research interests also include the development and improvement of the planetary boundary layer and cumulus parameterization techniques, cloud representations in mesoscale numerical models, and the improvement of warm-season quantitative precipitation forecasts and severe weather warnings.
Keywords: Mesoscale Convective Systems, Tropical and Extratropical Cyclones, Mesoscale Modelling, Regional Climate, Air Pollution Meteorology

Zhu, WenluProfessor
Geology

Email:
Webpage: https://www.geol.umd.edu/~wzhu/
Research: Experimental rock deformation; Dynamic microtomography; Digital rock physics; Transport properities of partially molten rocks; Serpentinization and Carbonization of ultramafic rocks; fluid induced seismicity; Mechanics of slow slip events

Zimin, AlekseyResearch Associate Professor
Institute for Physical Science & Technology

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Webpage: http://www.ipst.umd.edu/researchandfaculty/alekseyz.php