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Professor, Department of Middle Eastern Studies, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 471 6951
Expertise: Old Testament, epigraphy, Phoenician language and religion; the period of Judges; women's lives in the ancient Near East; "fertility" religion; sacrifice, including child sacrifice; the study of myths and mythology; polemic against foreigners in the ancient Near East; and computer imaging of Ugaritic tablets; religion
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 3055
Expertise: Nonlinear propagation of ultrasound in tissue; Biophysical responses to underwater sound; Acoustic cavitation in shock wave lithotripsy; Micro-electro-mechanical systems-based parametric acoustic arrays
Other University Affiliate, Applied Research Laboratories
+1 512 471 0300, +1 512 471 1534
Expertise: Seismic stratigraphy interpretation; reservoir characterization; acquiring, processing, and interpreting downhole and surface seismic data; multicomponent seismic technology
Professor, School of Nursing
+1 512 471 9085
Expertise: Aging with disabilities, age-related change and functional impairment and how that affects social role performance and subsequent health outcomes in women, women's health, qualitative research, disability over the life course, and health within illness
Charles H. Spence, Sr. Centennial Professor in Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
+1 512 232 4785
Expertise: Race and culture in physical activity and sport; identity development patterns of African Americans, race relations
Program Director for the MSIROM Degree in Business Analytics, Department of Information, Risk and Operations Management, Red McCombs School of Business
+1 512 232 8192, +1 512 587 1422
Expertise: Supply chain management, procurement, total cost of ownership, global trade, supplier management, operations management, manufacturing management, business analytics, big data, organizational change, leadership development
Research Scientist, Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences
+1 512 471 7721
Expertise: Currently active projects include studies of ocean-crustal faulting, the dynamics of continental rifting, evolution of forearc basins and accretionary prisms, and mudrock microstructure. Also many projects involve sailing on research vessels to study active spreading centers in various corners of the globe.
Professor, Department of Sociology, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 471 8382
Expertise: Population and Life Course and Aging, Morbidity and Mortality, and Biodemography, Social Epidemiology, Quantitative Methods and Dynamic Models, Life Table Techniques, Death and Dying
Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 686 8225
Expertise: Wireless communication; Signal processing; Information theory; Multiple input multiple output communication; 60GHz systems; Multimedia communication; Commercial cellular systems
Director, Center for Electromechanics
+1 512 232 1628
Expertise: Microgrid performance; electrical process in algal biofuels production; electrical insulation; Electricity generation and storage; space power; electric energy; standards; technology policy; university-industry-government collaboration in technology; technology and economic development; electric guns; hybrid electric vehicles; electric locomotives; flywheel batteries; electric generators and motors; high voltage; environment & earth science.
Research Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 8874, +1 512 471 8795
Expertise: Dr. Heller's study of the physical chemistry of inorganic oxyhalide solutions resulted in the first neodymium liquid lasers (1964-1967) and in the lithium thionyl chloride battery (1973), one of the earliest lithium batteries, remaining in use in medical and defense systems where 20 year shelf life, high energy density and a broad operating temperature range are required. His studies of photoelectrochemical solar cells resulted in 11.5 percent efficient solar cells (1980) and in 11 percent efficient hydrogen evolving photoelectrodes. His related studies of photoelectrocatalysis established that the rate of photo-assisted oxidation of organic matter on photocatalytic titanium dioxide particles was controlled by the rate of reduction of adsorbed oxygen by trapped electrons. He established the field the electrical wiring of enzymes (1988-2005), the electrical connection of their catalytic redox centers to electrodes, and built with wired enzymes the subcutaneously implanted miniature glucose sensors. His wired enzymes became the core technology of the FreeStyle NavigatorTM system of Abbott Diabetes Care; it continuously and accurately monitors subcutaneous glucose levels in diabetic people.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Advertising, College of Communication
+1 713 819 1322
Expertise: Crisis management; public, employee, community, government and investor relations; advertising; marketing; consumer segmentation; human resources; communicating corporate layoffs, and corporate security.
Professor, Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts
+1 512 232 2474
Expertise: 20th-century European and American art to 1950; the relation of art to science and technology (particularly in the first half of the 20th century); modernism in its cultural context, including science and occultism; Marcel Duchamp; the "fourth dimension" in 20th-century culture
Director of Communication Strategy and Director of the Texas Politics Project, Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services, College of Liberal Arts, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 471 0090
Expertise: Texas politics; presidential elections; Internet and politics; political campaigns; Texas Politics Project
Professor, Department of Integrative Biology, College of Natural Sciences
+1 512 471 5792, +1 512 471 5661
Expertise: Molecular evolution; vertebrates; systematics; evolution of viruses; endangered species; amphibians; reptiles; fishes; mammals; birds; molecular biology; DNA; genetics
Professor and Cockrell Family Regents Chair in Engineering No. 5, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 8961
Expertise: Thin films and interfaces in microelectronics materials; Reliability of interconnect and packaging structures; Polymer films and metal-polymer interfaces
Professor, Department of Germanic Studies, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 232 6368
Expertise: European cultural and intellectual history with special interests in Sportwissenschaft and the history of ideas about race; Scandinavian studies; Norwegian language instruction; history of Jewish racial folklore; Olympics; Sports doping; race relations
Department Chair, Department of American Studies, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 232 2567, +1 512 471 7277
Expertise: Photography; Cultural and Historical Geography; Urban Studies; Memory; Ethnicity and Race; North American and European urbanism; social constructions of space and place, landscape and region; cultural memory; and the geography of tourism.
Priscilla Pond Flawn Regents Professor in Early Childhood Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
+1 512 471 4041
Expertise: My interests focus on three areas: (1) Teacher preparation, (2) The classroom literacy environment, and (3) Promoting literacy achievement in developing countries. Methods: Descriptive, correlational, experimental, content analysis, program evaluation.
Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, College of Education
+1 512 471 2428
Expertise: Adult development and aging; psychosocial factors in health and well-being in adulthood and aging; successful aging; women's health; health promotion in older adults; depressive symptoms and cigarette smoking; living with a smoker, cross-domain health risk behaviors, and obesity.
Associate Professor, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy, College of Education
Expertise: Dr. Holme's research focuses on the politics and implementation of educational policy, with a particular focus on the relationship among school reform, equity, and diversity in schools. Her research interests include: school desegregation (currently focusing on inter-district programs), high stakes testing (exit level testing); and school choice policy.
Research Professor, Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences
+1 512 471 0487
Expertise: Mars ice and paleoclimate, Alaskan glaciers, airborne and orbital geophysics, hydrogeophysics, paleomagnetism. See Jack's UTIG webpage: http://www.ig.utexas.edu/people/staff/jack/
Associate Professor, Department of English, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 471 8766
Expertise: 20th- and 21st-century Anglophone fiction (US focus); environmental literature and criticism; science, technology, and culture; the medical humanities; affect studies; data in narrative and new media
Professor, School of Law
+1 512 232 1373
Expertise: Law and economics of corporate and international finance; swaps; derivatives; securities; banking; corporate governance; hedge funds; mutual funds; new financial products and financial innovation; corporate hedging; investment and risk management; business, economics & labor
Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 7558
Expertise: Mechanics of integrated materials and structures at micro and nano scales; Reliability of advanced interconnects and packaging for microelectronics; Mechanical instability of thin films and nanostructures; Multiscale modeling and simulations.
Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
+1 512 232 4145
Expertise: K-12 Technology Integration, Teacher Professional Development, Online Learning, Technology Leadership, 1:1 Technology Integration, Research, Consulting for EdTech Startups
Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 4847
Expertise: Dr. Hwang's research has a well-balanced emphasis on fundamentals and applications. Using first principles-based tomistic modeling my research group focuses on developing a better understanding of (1) surface chemical reactions and dynamics, (2) solid-solid and solid-fluid interfacial interactions, and (3) defect nature and formation as well as their role in controlled chemical doping. By incorporating the fundamental knowledge and understanding into larger scale simulations, my research group also attempts to solve engineering problems encountered in the fabrication of nanoscale electronic, chemical and biological devices.