Associate Professor Siris Laursen’s research using computers to explore possible catalysts at the atomic level has lead to breakthroughs by taking new approaches to science.
Ferguson Faculty Fellow Cong Trinh’s research combines a wide range of math, science, and computing with the goal to reduce lag times in identifying and responding to diseases.
Associate Professor Steven Abel and his group create physical or mathematical models, helping researchers gain a better understanding of how cells behave.
Associate Professor Joshua Sangoro’s research will lead to a safer way to power technology using broadband dielectric spectroscopy.
Prados Professor Gila Stein’s research seeks to understand how properties of thin polymer films control the progression of chemical reactions to predict how new materials will perform.
Ferguson Fellow and Associate Professor Cong Trinh is developing a method to improve the time involved in both identification and removal of pathogens through the concept of a Virulent Pathogen Resistance program, or ViPaRe.