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Jeffrey  Schwartz

Jeffrey Schwartz

Professor of Chemistry

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

390 Frick Laboratory
609-258-3926
jschwart@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Interfacial modifiers in organic photovoltaics; interface chemistry; surface modification of polymer or inorganic conductor or semiconductor surfaces as a means to enhance performance of devices as diverse as diodes, organic transistors, or biosensors; strong interfaces between implant or tissue scaffold surfaces and biomolecules in the context of enhancing tissue integration with a prosthetic device

Annabella  Selloni

Annabella Selloni

David B. Jones Professor of Chemistry

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

155 Frick Chemistry Lab
609-258-3837
aselloni@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Simulations of materials, interfaces, and processes in photo- and electro-catalysis

Eldar  Shafir

Eldar Shafir

Class of 1987 Professor in Behavioral Science and Public Policy

Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs

Inaugural Director, Kahneman-Treisman Center for Behavioral Science & Public Policy

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

531 Peretsman Scully Hall
609-258-5624
shafir@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Behavioral interventions; reasoning, judgment, and decision-making, and issues related to behavioral economics, with an emphasis on descriptive studies of how people make judgments and decisions in situations of conflict and uncertainty

Daniel  Sigman

Daniel Sigman

Dusenbury Professor of Geological and Geophysical Sciences

Professor of Geosciences

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

M52 Guyot Hall
609-258-2194
sigman@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Earth’s environmental history; interactions among climate, ocean biogeochemistry, and atmospheric carbon dioxide; the global nitrogen cycle, today and in the past

Frederik Simons

Frederik Simons

Professor of Geosciences

Associate Department Chair, Department of Geosciences

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

321B Guyot Hall
609-258-2598
fjsimons@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Mathematical methods for the localized analysis of scalar and vectorial satellite data, monitoring of ice sheets from time-variable gravity, statistical analysis of multivariate multidimensional stochastic fields, inverse modeling for global and exploration seismology, and design of autonomously floating multi-sensor oceanic platforms.

J.P. Singh

J.P. Singh

Professor of Computer Science

Director, Program in Applications of Computing

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

423 Computer Science Bldg.
609-258-5329
jps@cs.princeton.edu

Research Description:

Energy-efficient software in cloud computing and large-scale computing

Ronnie  Sircar

Ronnie Sircar

Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Chair, Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

105 Sherrerd Hall
609-258-2841
sircar@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Game-theoretic models of energy and emissions markets, with emphasis on policy implications; economics of exhaustible resources, including modeling of shifts in energy markets toward intermittent alternative sources such as solar and wind technologies; dynamic models to help design incentives for greener fuel production; financialization of energy and commodities markets; risk quantification of electricity grids under increased stochasticity from renewables penetration.

James Smith

James Smith

William and Edna Macaleer Professor of Engineering and Applied Science

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

E413 Engineering Quad E-Wing
609-258-4615
jsmith@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Urban environments, hydrology and meteorology; extreme floods, including the impact of urban environments, environmental sensor systems

Robert Socolow

Robert Socolow

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Emeritus

139 Guyot Hall
609-258-5446
socolow@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Global energy system response to global and local environmental and security constraints; carbon dioxide capture from fossil fuels and storage in geological formations; nuclear power; energy efficiency in buildings; advanced technologies in developing countries

Erik Sorensen

Erik Sorensen

Arthur Allen Patchett Professor in Organic Chemistry

Professor of Chemistry

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

132 Chemistry Building
609-258-8135
ejs@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Green methods for achieving efficient chemical syntheses by approximating the efficiency with which nature creates architecturally complex, biologically active natural products

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