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Researcher Name Title Research Summary
Donald Davis College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Plant Pathology

Health of hardwood forests, hardwood tree fungal pathogens and etiology of hardwood tree diseases, susceptibility of forest plants to ozone, tempor

Rick L. Day College of Agricultural Sciences Associate Professor of Soil Science and Environmental Information Systems

Using geographic information systems, terrain analysis, remote sensing and global positioning for environmental assessment and modeling, soil mappi

Chitrita DebRoy College of Agricultural Sciences Clinical Professor

Sequencing and analyzing O antigen gene clusters of E. coli, examining extraintestinal pathogenic E.

Dennis Decoteau College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Horticulture and Plant Ecosystem Health

Environmental effects on plant growth and development; air quality impacts on terrestrial ecosystems (primarily flora).

Ali Demirci College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Agricultural Engineering

Research interests include inactivation/control of pathogenic microorganisms in foods by novel non-thermal processing technologies; bioconversion o

Claude dePamphilis Eberly College of Science Professor of Biology

Evolution of the flower and the floral developmental program, the study of parasitic plants, chloroplast genome and phylogenomic evolution and Flor

Duane Diefenbach College of Agricultural Sciences Adjunct Professor of Wildlife Ecology

Wildlife ecology, estimation of population parameters and harvest management of game populations: ecology and management of white-tailed deer, blac

Min Ding Smeal Professor of Marketing and Innovation

Research interests include biopharmaceutical industry; sustainablility and innovation; and new product/service development.

Lorraine Dowler College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Associate Professor of Geography

Research interests include feminist geo-politics, cultural geography, and gender.

Patrick Drohan College of Agricultural Sciences Associate Professor of Pedology

Examines people’s use of landscapes and the accompanying changes in soil function across the larger ecosystem the soil supports and how this new kn

Sjoerd W. Duiker College of Agricultural Sciences Associate Professor of Soil Management and Applied Soil Physics

Effects of soil management practices on soil physical properties and processes including the effect of no-tillage and tillage on soil physical prop

William Easterling College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Dean, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

Research focuses on the potential for agriculture in developed and developing countries to adapt to climate variability and change, the role of sca

Stuart Patton Echols College of Arts and Architecture Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture

Environmentally sustainable stormwater management systems; integrating runoff processes with urban site design; alternative site design technologie

David Eissenstat College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Woody Plant Physiology

Biogeochemistry of soil-plant interactions, land use impacts on water and forests, and climate change ecology.

Herschel Elliott College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering

Treatment and land disposal and recycling of municipal, agricultural and industrial wastes, phosphorus runoff and water quality, soil decontaminati

William F. Elmendorf College of Agricultural Sciences Associate Professor

Community forestry management; ecosystem-based management; land-use planning; conflict resolution; planning and management of natural resources in

Derek Elsworth College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Professor of Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering

Computational mechanics, rock mechanics, groundwater hydrology, mathematical modeling, poromechanics, coupled processes, contaminant hydrology, min

Roman Engel-Herbert College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

Current research interests are the growth of binary and complex oxides using thin film deposition techniques and their integration with conventiona

Terry Engelder College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Professor of Geoscience

Rock mechanics, geological fracture mechanics, Appalachian tectonics and structural geology, Marcellus Shale Play.

Jeffrey M. Erickson Director, International Sustainable Development Projects Clinic

Develop, design, and implement humanitarian projects in the developing world.

Turgay Ertekin College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Head, John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering

Flow of gases in unconventional gas reservoirs, coal seam degasification process, well test analysis for composite reservoirs, enhanced oil recover

Semih Eser College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Professor of Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering

Carbon materials from petroleum and coal, undesirable carbon deposition in engine fuel and lubrication systems and in process units, preparation of

Barry Evans Research Associate, Earth & Environmental Systems Institute

Specialized software applications to support water resource/water quality assessment needs.

Jenni L. Evans College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Professor of Meteorology

Tropical Meteorology:

Matthew Fantle College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Assistant Professor of Geosciences

Isotope geochemistry, global geochemical cycles, paleoclimate, diagenetic modeling and remote sensing.

Darryl Farber College of Engineering Assistant Professor of Science, Technology and Society

Research focuses on multiple stakeholder decision making and negotiation processes for sustainable technologies, which has included the analysis of

Hosam Fathy College of Engineering Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Research interests include control-oriented modeling of health degradation in advanced batteries, battery health-conscious optimal power management

Maureen Feineman College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Assistant Professor of Geosciences

Research interests include igneous petrology, metamorphic petrology, and experimental petrology isotope and trace element geochemistry, fluid-rock

Steven Feldstein College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Senior Scientist, EMS & Professor of Meteorology

Research interests include earth rotation with a focus on atmospheric dynamics associated with solid earth length-of-day and polar motion in additi

Gary Felton College of Agricultural Sciences Head and Professor of Entomology

Chemical ecology, insect-plant interactions, induced plant defenses and plant perception of herbivores.

C. Paola Ferreri College of Agricultural Sciences Associate Professor of Fisheries Management

Research interests include fisheries ecology, fish population dynamics, river ecology and management, watersheds, modeling, and policy and manageme

Gregory Ferry Eberly College of Science Stanley Person Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Research interests are the biochemistry and molecular biology of anaerobic microbes from the Archaea domain with a focus on methane-producing speci

Kristen Fichthorn College of Engineering Merrell R. Fenske Professor of Chemical Engineering

Applying atomistic simulation techniques, quantum mechanics, and condensed-matter theory to study materials interfaces with a focus on thin-film ep

James C. Finley College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Forest Resources

Research interests include ecosystem management on mixed ownerships, forest management, private forest owner issues and education, and sustainable

Charles Fisher Eberly College of Science Professor of Biology

Physiology of the animals and ecology of the communities that inhabit cold seeps and hydrothermal vents in the deep sea focused on the functioning

Karen Fisher-Vanden College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Environmental and Resource Economics

Research include economic and integrated assessment modeling for climate change policy analysis; economic instruments for pollution control; and te

Shelby Fleischer College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Entomology

Structure, dynamics, and management of insect populations; management options based on an understanding of biological and ecological processes; bio

Norman Folmar College of Engineering Instructor and Director of Undergrad Programs

GIS databases and applications to determine hydrologic impacts of timber harvesting, hydrologic characteristics of watersheds for hydrologic modeli

Frederico Fonseca College of Engineering Director, Center for Innovative Online Learning

Research is focused on the flow of information from its conceptualization in human minds to its implementation is computer applications with prefer

Majid Foolad College of Agricultural Sciences Professor of Plant Genetics

Genetic bases of plant response to biotic and abiotic stresses and genetic controls of fruit nutritional quality.

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