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Affiliated Faculty & Research Specialties

Faculty and Research Specialties from a number of disciplines contribute to the Center’s energy expertise.  These people include:

Manos Anagnostou
Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Research Interest: Satellite and radar remote sensing of precipitation, distributed hydrologic modeling of complex terrain floods, underwater passive aquatic listening observations, numerical weather prediction and data assimilation. To learn more about Prof Anagnostou’s research click here.
A.F. M. Anwar
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Research Interest: Carrier localization in one-dimensional structures, transport in semiconductor devices; impurity diagnostics in quantum well structures and Silicon nanowires; Sb-based type-II infrared detectors; noise in semiconductor devices; power performance of GaN-based HFETs and circuits; metamorphic HEMTs, high power quantum cascade lasers. To learn more about Prof Anwar’s research click here.
Len Bonville
Research Assistant, Center for Clean Energy Engineering
Research Interest: 
Process development, endurance, and cost reduction of fuel cell membranes, catalyst coated membranes, and MEA’s for PEM and acid stacks.
Jeongho Kim 
Associate Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Research Interest: Composites Damage Modeling, machining simulation and heat treat analysis, thermo-mechanical and visco-elastic analysis for dental crowns, modeling of functionally graded materials. To learn more about Prof. Kim’s research click here.


Yongku Cho
Assistant Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Research Areas: Protein Engineering, Optogenetics, Neuroimaging, Molecular Neurobiology. To learn more about Prof Cho’s research click here.
Yu Lei
Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Research Areas Bionanotechnology, Bio/nanosensor, Bio/nanomaerials, Remediation. To learn more about Prof Lei’s research click here.

Ranjan Srivastava
Professor and Head, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Research Areas: Systems Biology, Metabolic Engineering, & Machine Learning.  To learn more about Prof. Srivastava’s research click here.
Brian Willis
Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Research Areas:Research Areas: Nanotechnology, Molecular Electronics, Semiconductor Devices, Plasmonics, Surface Chemistry and Catalysis. To learn more about Prof. Willis research click here.