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Paul Cuff

Paul Cuff

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

B316 Engineering Quad B-Wing
609-258-7946
cuff@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Communications, control, security (“smart grid”)

Pablo Debenedetti

Pablo Debenedetti

Class of 1950 Professor in Engineering and Applied Science

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Dean for Research

91 Prospect Avenue, Room 107
609-258-5480
pdebene@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Carbon capture and storage; molecular modeling of hydrate melting and formation as possible approach to carbon sequestration; molecular modeling of heterogeneous ice nucleation for improved weather and climate models; computational modeling of phase behavior of water, carbon dioxide and salt mixtures for carbon capture and storage and geothermal energy production; computational investigation of water in nafion membranes for fuel cells; desalination with gas hydrates for improved fresh water production and greater energy efficiency

Leo Donner

Leo Donner

Lecturer in Geosciences

257 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
609-452-6562
leo.j.donner@noaa.gov

Research Description:

Climate-model development; cloud and convective processes in the atmospheric general circulation; role of clouds in climate and climate change

Abigail Doyle

Abigail Doyle

Associate Professor of Chemistry

129 Frick Chemistry Lab
609-258-1944
agdoyle@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Design of new catalytic methods for the efficient synthesis of bioactive compounds and organic materials

Frederick Dryer

Frederick Dryer

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Emeritus

D329D Engineering Quad D-Wing
609-258-5206
fldryer@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Petroleum and non-petroleum derived transportation fuels and fuel blends, their production, chemical kinetics, energy security, and net carbon cycle emission impacts; ignition, combustion, and air pollutant emissions generation/abatement; syngas/high-hydrogen content fuels for advanced gas turbine power generation; fire safety related issues on earth and in micro gravity environments

Jianqing Fan

Jianqing Fan

Frederick L. Moore, Class of 1918, Professor in Finance

Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Director, Committee for Statistical Studies

205 Sherrred Hall
609-258-7924
jqfan@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Risk modleing, statistics, financial econometrics, analysis of big data, computational biology, machine learning, probabilistic tropical cyclone risk modeling

Nathaniel Fisch

Nathaniel Fisch

Professor of Astrophysical Sciences

Director, Program in Plasma Physics

Associate Chair, Department of Astrophysical Sciences and Program in Plasma Physics

MS30 C-Site T162 PPL
609-243-2643
fisch@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Plasma physics with applications to nuclear fusion energy: plasma waves, current drive, laser/plasma interaction; atomic radiation in plasmas; petroleum refining; statistical inference and pattern recognition, modified Otto-cycle engines

Michael Freedman

Michael Freedman

Professor of Computer Science

308 Computer Science Building
609-258-9179
mfreed@princeton.edu

Research Description:

IoT platforms and applications; energy-efficient; cloud and mobile systems; distributed systems and geo-replicated applications

Mario Gandelsonas

Mario Gandelsonas

Professor of Architecture

Class of 1913 Lecturer in Architecture

Director, Center of Architecture, Infrastructure and Urbanism in the School of Architecture

S115B Architecture Building
609-258-8221
mgndlsns@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Urban planning and development of sustainable infrastructures for the 21st century

Maria Garlock

Maria Garlock

Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

E307 Engineering Quad E-Wing
609-258-2728
mgarlock@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Resilient and sustainable structural design, and efficient structural systems and forms that minimize construction materials.