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Anatoly Spitkovsky

Anatoly Spitkovsky

Professor of Astrophysical Sciences

123 Peyton Hall
609-258-2307
anatoly@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Modeling and experiments related to inertial confinement fusion and high energy density physics

Howard  Stone

Howard Stone

Donald R. Dixon '69 and Elizabeth W. Dixon Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Chair, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

D326 Engineering Quad D-Wing
609-258-9493
hastone@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Erosion/corrosion in water flows for cooling in fusion reactors; fluid dynamics of lithium for protecting inner walls of fusion reactors; microfluidic studies relevant to water purification; electrokinetic effects relevant to energy storage devices

Sankaran  Sundaresan

Sankaran Sundaresan

Norman John Sollenberger Professor in Engineering

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Andlinger Center Executive Committee

A315 Engineering Quad A-Wing
609-258-4583
sundar@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Carbon capture technology planning through use of large-scale simulations of reacting multiphase flows on large computational platforms; plasma-assisted catalytic reactors for energy-efficient synthesis of chemicals

Diana Tamir

Diana Tamir

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

329 Peretsman Scully Hall
609-258-7845
dtamir@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Studies how people think about their own minds and the minds of other people using a combination of behavioral, machine learning, and neuroimaging methods

Jeroen Tromp

Jeroen Tromp

Blair Professor of Geology

Professor of Geosciences and Applied and Coputational Mathematics

Director, Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

336 Lewis Library
609-258-4128
jtromp@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Numerical simulations and inversions of acoustic, elastic and poroelastic waves, with applications ranging from medical imaging and nondestructive testing to exploration geophysics to earthquake seismology.

Robert  Vanderbei

Robert Vanderbei

Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

209 Sherrerd Hall
609-258-2345
rvdb@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Statistical modeling to examine evidence for global warming in local weather data

Naveen  Verma

Naveen Verma

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Director, Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education

Associate Director, Program in Robotics and Intelligent Systems

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

B226 Engineering Quad B-Wing
609-258-1424
nverma@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Environmental sensors and computation platforms (low-power circuits and systems)

Sigurd Wagner

Sigurd Wagner

Professor of Electrical Engineering, Emeritus

Senior Scholar

B422 Engineering Quad B-Wing
609-258-4631
wagner@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Environmental aspects of electrical engineering; solar energy conversion; devices, processes, and materials for large-area electronics; sensor skins for civil infrastructure

Michael A. Webb

Michael A. Webb

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

A325 Engineering Quad A-Wing
609-258-4595
mawebb@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Utilization of theory, simulation, and data science to characterize, understand, and guide the design of novel soft materials for health and sustainability applications; interests are motivated by the use of both natural and synthetic polymers in technologies like batteries, fuel cells, water treatment, tissue engineering, and drug-delivery

Elke U.Weber

Elke U. Weber

Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment

Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

Associate Director for Education, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Andlinger Center Executive Committee

86 Olden Street
646-896-9410
eweber@princeton.edu

Research Description:

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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