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David Wentzlaff

David Wentzlaff

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

B228 Engineering Quad B-Wing
609-258-7781
wentzlaf@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Energy efficient design of computing architectures and software systems; green computing; minimization of computer systems’ environmental impact; sustainable service and decommissioning of computer components; biodegradable computers.

Claire White

Claire White

Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Andlinger Center Executive Committee

E326 Engineering Quad E-Wing
609-258-6263
whitece@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Sustainable cements and related engineering systems including alkali-activated materials, blended Portland cements, carbonate-based cements and influence of additives on cement-based materials. Research focus includes thermodynamics and kinetics of cement phases, chemical durability (e.g., carbonation and sulfate), pore structure and permeability, and non-destructive measurements of sub-micron processes, with a focus on combining experiments and simulation techniques.

David Wilcove

David Wilcove

Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Public Affairs and the Princeton Environmental Institute

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

3-C-10 Green Hall
609-258-7118
dwilcove@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Environmental policy; conservation of biodiversity; effects of land-use change and climate change on biodiversity; impact of agriculture on biodiversity

Eric Wood

Eric Wood

Susan Dod Brown Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Emeritus

Senior Scholar, Civil and Environmental Engineering

E415 Engineering Quad E-Wing
609-258-4675
efwood@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Hydroclimatology with an emphasis on land atmospheric interactions; terrestrial remote sensing; seasonal hydrologic climate forecasts, including land-climate teleconnections; terrestrial water and energy balances and fluxes over a range of spatial and temporal scales; validating satellite retrievals on land surface states; drought prediction

Gerard Wysocki

Gerard Wysocki

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

B324 Engineering Quad B-Wing
609-258-8187
gwysocki@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Laser spectroscopic sensing for energy and environmental applications; environmental trace-gas sensor networks; active and passive remote atmospheric sensing

Wei Xiong

Wei Xiong

Hugh Leander and Mary Trumbull Adams Professor for the Study of Investment and Financial Markets

Professor of Economics

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

201 26 Prospect Avenue
609-258-0282
wxiong@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Financialization of commodity and energy markets; effects of financial market frictions; behavioral finance

Ali Yazdani

Ali Yazdani

Class of 1909 Professor of Physics

Director, Princeton Center for Complex Materials (PCCM)

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

384 Jadwin Hall
609-258-4390
yazdani@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Fundamental studies of the origin of superconductivity, particularly in high-temperature cuprate superconductors, to aid search for materials that exhibit superconductivity at higher temperatures; study of topological quantum states in materials  and their use for dissipation-less transport

Xinning Zhang

Xinning Zhang

Assistant Professor of Geosciences and at the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI)

Andlinger Center Associated Faculty

M47 Guyot Hall
609-258-7688
xinningz@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Carbon capture; carbon dioxide absorption by oceans, coastal impact

Mark Zondlo

Mark Zondlo

Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Andlinger Center Executive Committee

E403 Engineering Quad E-Wing
609-258-5037
mzondlo@princeton.edu

Research Description:

Atmospheric chemistry; atmospheric measurements of greenhouse gases and air pollutants; emissions of carbon and nitrogen to the atmosphere; compact, laser-based sensor development