Leo S. Weil Professor in Engineering
Self-Assembly and Nanostructured Materials, Polymer/Nanoparticle Composites, Biomolecular Materials, Microemulsion Systems, Clathrate Hydrate Thermodynamics.
Nanostructured Materials, Fiber Technology, Materials Processing, Composites.
Cell and Tissue Engineering: Biocomputation, Biokinetics, Oncology, Stem Cell Technology, Tissue Assembly.
Transport and Stability in Liquid-Emulsion Membranes, Transport of Multiphase Systems Through Porous Media, Marine Engine Lubricants.
Herman and George R. Brown Chair in Chemical Engineering
Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Theory of Liquids and Solutions, Molecular Biology, Electrochemical Capacitors and Electrical Energy Storage Systems, Statistical Methods in Computational Science Especially Molecular Simulation.
Catherine and Henry Boh Professor in Engineering
Chair, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Molecular and Cellular Engineering for Improved Protein Production.
The Entergy Chair in Clean Energy Engineering
New Materials to Address Challenges in Energy and Sustainability.
Gene Delivery, Cellular Engineering, Molecular Aspects of Nonviral Transfection, Biomaterials.
Nanomaterial Synthesis and Characterization, Surface Functionalization and Rheology, Bio-Inspired Materials, Surface Science, Electrochemistry.
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