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Sara Wadia-Fascetti


Professor, 
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Condition assessment methodologies for infrastructure systems; life cycle and life span analysis; structural and earthquake engineering uncertainty

Jacob Walker


Associate Co-op Coordinator, 
Cooperative Education

Julia Walker


Postdoctoral Research Associate, 
Bioengineering

Rachel Walsh-Peterson


Associate Co-op Coordinator, 
Cooperative Education

Kai-tak Wan


Professor, 
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Cellular biomechanics; water filtration; thin film adhesion and characterization; subsurface mechano-sensing; shell adhesion; fundamental intersurface forces

Ming L. Wang


COE Distinguished Professor, 
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Network-wide pavement and bridge deck inspections: sensor technology for infrastructure; saliva-based sensor technology for disease diagnosis and monitoring; structural health monitoring for bridges; subsurface fault detection using air-coupled GPR systems

Qi “Ryan” Wang


Assistant Professor, 
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Urban and social resilience; geo-social networking; coupled, human-natural systems, natural disaster response and evacuation; urban computing

Yanzhi Wang


Assistant Professor, 
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Real-time and energy-efficient deep learning and artificial intelligence systems, model compression of deep neural networks (DNNs), neuromorphic computing and non-von Neumann computing paradigms

Meni Wanunu


Affiliated Faculty, 
Bioengineering

development of next-generation DNA and RNA sequencing methods; nanopores as molecular sensors; bioinspired sustainability solutions; optical and electrical analysis of biomolecular systems; electron microscopy and electron-beam shaping of nanomaterials

Irvine W. Wei


Professor Emeritus, 
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Ozonation & Chlorination of Water, Advanced Oxidation Processes, Chemical Precipitation & Coagulation, Kinetics & Mechanism of Chemical Processes

Richard West


Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, 
Chemical Engineering

Development of detailed microkinetic models for complex reacting systems; automating the discovery and calculation of reaction pathways; heterogeneous catalysis.

Richard Whalen


Director & Teaching Professor, 
First Year Engineering Program

Engineering Education, Evidence-Based Teaching, Pedagogy, Assessment, Thermo-fluids Engineering, Microscale Heat Transfer, Numerical Modeling of Laser Welding of Plastics, Thermal Effects in Nonlinear Optical Material

Paul Whitford


Affiliated Faculty, 
Bioengineering

dynamics of large-scale molecular machines, working to identify the physical principles that guide biomolecular dynamics, using molecular simulation approaches to interpret experimental data from a wide range of techniques, including biochemical, small-angle X-ray scattering and cryogenic electron microscopy

John “Peter” Whitney


Assistant Professor, 
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Human-safe robots, medical robotics, soft robotics and soft material manufacturing, MEMS, microrobotics, bio-inspired design, flapping aerodynamics and insect flight

Ronald J. Willey


Professor & Associate Chair, 
Chemical Engineering

Process safety education High pressure chemical processes

Mark Williams


Affiliated Faculty, 
Bioengineering

single molecule biophysics, molecular biophysics
Rebecca Willits

Rebecca Willits


Professor and Chairperson, 
Chemical Engineering

Mechanobiology of neural systems; Systems for nerve regeneration; Diversity and equity in engineering

Monica Wing


Senior Grants Administrator, 
Administrative Resource Center

Raimond Winslow

Raimond Winslow


Professor, 
jointly appointed in Bioengineering, Khoury College of Computer Sciences & Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences

Computational modeling of the cardiac myocyte to understand the molecular basis of arrhythmias; machine learning in critical care medicine to identify those patients who require urgent care

Benjamin Woolston


Assistant Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

Metabolic engineering and synthetic biology for sustainable biochemical production and human health.