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Theodore Kirkpatrick THEODORE KIRKPATRICK
IPST/PHYS
Ph.D. Rockefeller University (1981)
301-405-4801
tedkirkp@umd.edu
Nonequilibrium statistical mechanics and condensed matter physics.
Timothy Koeth TIMOTHY KOETH
IREAP
Ph.D. Rutgers University (2009)
301-405-4952
koeth@umd.edu
Physics and generation of space charge dominated particle beams and the development of associated diagnostics.

Peter Kofinas PETER KOFINAS
ENMN
Ph.D. MIT (1994)
301-405-7335
kofinas@umd.edu
Synthesis and characteristics of block polymers.

Daniel Lathrop DANIEL P. LATHROP
IPST/PHYS
Ph.D. University of Texas, Austin (1991)
301-405-1594
lathrop@umd.edu
Nonlinear dynamics and chaos, experimental and numerical studies of fluid dynamics, studies of the earth's magnetic field.
Sang Bok Lee SANG BOK LEE
CHEM-BIOCHEM
Ph.D. Seoul National University, Korea (1997)
301-405-7906
slee@umd.edu
Electrochemical synthesis of nanotube-structured materials for electrochromics, supercapacitors, solar cells, MR imaging, drug delivery, and biosensors.

Wolfgang Losert WOLFGANG LOSERT
PHYS/IPST/IREAP
Ph.D. City University of New York (1998)
301-405-0629
wlosert@umd.edu
Equilibrium dynamics of granular flows, and the nonlinear dynamics of microstructure formation in alloys and biomaterials.

Luz Martinez-Miranda LUZ J. MARTINEZ-MIRANDA
ENMN
Ph.D. MIT (1985)
301-405-0253
ljmm@umd.edu
Analysis and characterization of thin films and buried interfaces.
Alice Mignerey ALICE C. MIGNEREY
CHEM-BIOCHEM
Ph.D. University of Rochester (1975)
301-405-1852
mignerey@umd.edu
Nuclear chemistry.

Howard Milchberg HOWARD M. MILCHBERG
ENEE
Ph.D. Princeton University (1985)
301-405-4816
milch@umd.edu
High intensity laser interactions with solids, gases, and plasmas.
Amy Mullin AMY S. MULLIN
CHEM/BIOCHEM
Ph.D. University of Colorado, Boulder (1991)
301-405-6569
mullin@umd.edu
Dynamics of collisions and reactions of excited molecules, optical probing of state-resolved pathways, reaction mechanisms of radicals and other transient species.

Jeremy Munday JEREMY MUNDAY
ENGR
Ph.D. Harvard (2008)
617-571-4857
jnmunday@umd.edu
Fundamental solar energy conversion and storage processes with an emphasis on the physics and chemistry of such systems. Demonstrate new technologies in order to make large-scale solar energy a reality.
Thomas Murphy THOMAS E. MURPHY
ENGR
Ph.D. MIT (2000)
301-405-3602
tem@umd.edu
Experimental nonlinear optics, chaotic systems, nonlinear dynamics in networks, terahertz photonics, fiber and integrated optics, millimeter-photonics and radio-over fiber systems.

Zhihong Nie ZHIHONG NIE
CHEM/BIOCHEM
Ph.D. University of Toronto, Canada (2008)
301-405-1874
znie@umd.edu
Microfulidics and microreactors; molecular and colloidal self-assembly; soft nanotechnology; nanoscience and nanochemistry; plasmonics and metamaterials; biomedicine and medical diagnostics; biominerealization and bioinspired materials.
Sumant Nigam SUMANT NIGAM
AOSC/ESSIC
Ph.D. Princeton University (1984)
301-405-5381
nigam@umd.edu
Climate dynamics, tropical ocean-atmosphere interaction, hydroclimate variability.

Edward Ott EDWARD OTT
PHYS
Ph.D. Polytechnic Institute of New York, Brooklyn (1967)
301-405-5033
edott@umd.edu
Chaos in dynamical systems including fundamental aspects of chaotic dynamics and applications.
Min Ouyang MIN OUYANG
PHYS
Ph.D. Harvard University (2001)
301-405-5985
mouyang@umd.edu
Spin degree of freedom of electrons and nuclei within ordered nano-engineered architectures.


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