The Center's affiliated researchers represent more than a dozen departments and programs, including philosophy, history, English, political science, psychological science, electrical engineering, civil engineering, materials science, economics, technical communication, information systems and technology, chemistry, and biological sciences. Please contact Dr. Kate Drowne at email@example.com if you would like to join the CSTS as an affiliated researcher.
Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Large-scale power grid planning; Power grid operational efficiency and resilience; Power system computation, optimization and economics; High performance computing; Electricity market simulation and design
Department Chair and Curators' Professor, Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Phytoforensics, Phydiation and natural treatment systems, Biological wastewater treatment, Constructed wetlands, Green remediation
Dean, Library & Learning Resources
Digital Media Design and Management, Digital Libraries and Museums, Human Computer Interaction, Information Seeking, Information Systems and Social Impact, Instructional Technology, Open Educational Resources Management, User Studies.
Fred Finley Distinguished Professor, Electrical Engineering
Power engineering, specifically computer-aided analysis of power systems dynamics and security analysis; voltage stability; computational algorithms for analyzing stressed, non-linear, non-continuous systems; power-electronic applications in bulk power systems (FACTS); and parameter estimation
Assistant Professor, Arts, Languages, and Philosophy
philosophy of science and technology (including ethics of technology); ethics; environmental philosophy; philosophy of social science; continental philosophy; social and political theory; history of philosophy
Assistant Professor, History and Political Science
policy for science, technology, and innovation; transnational technology transfers; international trade in high-technology items; China; comparative innovation systems; policy for the aeronautic and space sectors
Assistant Professor, Structural Engineering
Resilient infrastructure systems in multi-hazard environments, structural health monitoring, structural damage detection, wireless sensor networks.
Administrative Assistant IV