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Kayse Lee Maass

Assistant Professor, 
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Stochastic optimization, network theory, facility location modeling, and supply chain design for applications regarding equity, access, human trafficking, mental health, and humanitarian logistics

Anne Magrath

Senior Director of Finance, 

Bala Maheswaran

Teaching Professor, 
First Year Engineering Program and Electrical and Computer Engineering

Current Research: Experiential Engineering Education via Innovation and Invention. Focus on the Technical Design, Energy System, and Medical Engineering (MedEng) Design Innovations via Prototyping and Proof of Concept. Past Research: High-Temperature Superconductors, Two-Dimensional Electron Gas, and Engineering Physics Education.

Lee Makowski

Professor and Chair, 
jointly appointed in Bioengineering & Chemistry and Chemical Biology

image and signal processing as applied to biophysical data designed to answer fundamental questions about the molecular basis of living systems, and progression of Alzheimer's Disease

Alex Makriyannis

Affiliated Faculty, 

Biotechnology and bio-organic chemistry

Craig Maloney

Associate Professor, 
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Modeling, simulation, and theory of nanoscale mechanics, soft matter, and glasses and amorphous materials.

Amy Manley

Director of Program Recruitment & Marketing, 
Gordon Institute of Engineering Leadership

Xu Mao

Postdoctoral Research Associate, 
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Bailey Marcus

First-Year and Mechanical Engineering Class of 2022–2025 (O-Z) Academic Advisor, 
Undergraduate Academic Advising

Edwin Marengo

Associate Professor, 
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Theoretical and applied electromagnetics, theoretical and applied optics, scattering theory, wave inverse problems, noniterative inverse scattering, physics-based signal processing and imaging, change detection theory and applications, compressive sensing, electromagnetic information theory, analysis and design of optical and quantum holographic detectors

Julius Marpaung

Associate Teaching Professor, 
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Computer Architecture, Applying Machine Learning Algorithms in ASIC design using FPGA, Law & Policy, Engineering related Supreme Court cases, Immigration related cases

Dayna Martinez

Assistant Teaching Professor, 
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Simulation, Stochastic Processes, Applied Statistics, Optimization, Healthcare Delivery Systems, Disease Modeling, Systems Engineering

Jose Martinez Lorenzo

Associate Professor, 
jointly appointed in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering & Electrical and Computer Engineering

Devices, circuits and sensing; antenna analysis, modeling, design, and optimization; subsurface scattering analysis; computational methods of electromagnetics; novel radar system specification and design; explosives detection.

Lauren McCallick Thomas

First-Year & Electrical and Computer Engineering (A-I) Academic Advisor, 
Undergraduate Academic Advising

Steven McGonagle

Industry Relations & Engineering Leadership Director, 
Gordon Institute of Engineering Leadership

Nicol McGruer

Electrical and Computer Engineering

MEMS, NEMS, RF MEMS; nanotechnology; micro/nanofabrication; microsystems; microrelay; nanoswitch; microspectrometer; microfluidics; organic FETs, organic solar cells
Danielle Freshnock

Danielle McKaig

Academic Coordinator, 

David McKee Jr

Clean Room Engineering Specialist,, 
George J. Kostas Center

Stephen W. McKnight

Professor Emeritus, 
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Submillimeter devices and materials, optical and infrared materials and systems, magnetic materials, engineering education.

Christina McNeil

Web Producer & Social Media Specialist, 
Office of the Dean

Iraz Medhi

Associate Co-op Coordinator, 
Cooperative Education

Emanuel Melachrinoudis

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Deterministic operations research and multi-criteria optimization; facility location; supply chain, transportation and logistics; wireless sensor networks wildfire prediction and mitigation

Waleed Meleis

Associate Dean for Graduate Education, 
Office of the Dean

Combinatorial optimization, algorithm design and analysis, scheduling, machine learning, parallel computing.

Tommaso Melodia

William Lincoln Smith Chair Professor, 
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Modeling, optimization, and experimental evaluation of wireless networked systems; Networked implantable medical systems; Multimedia sensor networks; Secure tactical cognitive radio networks; Underwater networks; Mobile cloud computing

Hameed Metghalchi

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Fundamentals of combustion such as burning speed and onset of autoignition measurement and flame stability analysis; development of chemistry reduction such as rate-controlled constrained-equilibrium method; non-equilibrium thermodynamics

Laura Meyer

Assistant Coop Coordinator, 
Multidisciplinary Masters Co-op Programs

Area of Focus: Information Systems