Peter Adamczyk

Dr. Peter Adamczyk earned degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University (B.S.) and the University of Michigan (M.S. and Ph.D) in the areas of Robotics and Biomechanics. He spent several years running a …

Laura Albert

Laura Albert, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Industrial & Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Her research interests are in the field of operations research, with a particular focus on discrete optimization with …

Matthew Banks

Dr. Matthew I. Banks received his Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science in Engineering from Johns Hopkins University and his Doctorate of Neuroscience from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Banks is currently Professor of Anesthesiology and …

Vicki Bier

Vicki Bier is Professor Emerita in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and the Department of Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where she directed the Center for Human Performance and Risk Analysis …

Christopher Brace

Christopher Brace is an Assistant Professor with the Departments of Radiology and Biomedical Engineering. He received his B.S. degree in physics and BSEE from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee in 2001, and his MSEE and Ph.D. …

Michael Corradini

Michael L. Corradini was the Wisconsin Distinguished Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He taught at UW from 1981-2016, serving from 1995-2001 as the Associate Dean for the College …

Steve Cramer

Steve Cramer’s research focus is on the interrelated topics of construction materials and the structures they form are the the basis of our infrastructure. The scope of his activity includes study of the mechanical behavior …

Kevin Eliceiri

Kevin Eliceiri is Director of the Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation (LOCI), and permanent principal investigator in the Laboratory for Cell and Molecular Biology (LCMB) in the Graduate School at UW–Madison. Eliceiri is also …

Christian Franck

Dr. Franck holds degrees in aerospace and aeronautical engineering from the University of Virginia (BS) and Caltech (MS & PhD). He trained as an experimental mechanician developing innovative measurement techniques at the micro and nanoscale …

Matthew Gebbie

Matthew grew up in rural North Carolina and obtained his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from NC State University. He carried out his Ph.D. studies with Prof. Jacob Israelachvili at UC Santa Barbara and was then …

Aviad Hai

Dr. Aviad Hai is a neuroengineer and a neuroscientist whose work focuses on developing implantable and injectable sensors for accessing the entire nervous system—towards achieving a broader understanding of brain function. In 2019, Dr. Hai …

Jan Huisken

Jan Huisken received his PhD in Physics from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg. He was trained as a physicist but has worked in developmental biology using his expertise in microscopy. He has been a postdoc at UCSF …

Allison Jonjak

Allison grew up on a cranberry marsh founded by her grandfather in 1939. Studying ag engineering and soil chemistry, she worked with row crop farmers until the University of Wisconsin created a Cranberry Outreach Specialist position. This …

Bhuvana Krishnaswamy

Bhuvana is available for talks beginning in 2024. Bhuvana Krishnaswamy is the Charles Ringrose Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She obtained her MS and Ph.D. in …

Matthew Lazzara

Matthew A. Lazzara is an Associate Scientist and Research Meteorologist at the Antarctic Meteorological Research Center (AMRC), Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), UW–Madison. He is presently the Principal Investigator of the Antarctic Automatic Weather …

Bilge Mutlu

Dr. Mutlu is an assistant professor of computer sciences, psychology, and industrial engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he directs the Wisconsin Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory. His research focuses on designing robotic technologies that benefit …

Rob Nowak

Rob Nowak is the McFarland-Bascom Professor in Engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where his research focuses on signal processing, machine learning, optimization, and statistics. The BeerMapper and NEXT systems are recent applications of his …

Angela Pakes

Angela Pakes earned her BS in Geological Engineering with a BS in Geology/Geophysics at UW-Madison in 1996, and her MSE in Civil & Environmental Engineering from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in 1997. She joined …

Brian Pfleger

Brian received his bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University in 2000. and earned his PhD in Chemical Engineering in 2005 from the University of California-Berkeley under the supervision of Jay Keasling. Brian’s thesis …

Douglas Reinemann

Douglas Reinemann is proud to call Sheboygan his hometown and to have found a place at the University of Wisconsin, where the boundaries of the University are the boundaries of the state. His work as …

Krishanu Saha

Professor Saha teaches biomedical engineering, genomics and ethics. In addition to running a research lab at the UW-Madison, he is currently leading two national centers on CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing.

Andrea Strzelec

Dr. Andrea Strzelec is the Program Director for the Master of Engineering in Engine Systems and Polymer Engineering programs as well as the Capstone Certificates in Engine Design, Powertrain Electrification, and Polymer Processing & Manufacturing …

James Tinjum

James Tinjum’s overall consulting background and research/teaching interests are inter-disciplinary, covering facets of geotechnical, environmental, transportation, geological, and energy engineering. From a broad perspective, he conducts research in energy geotechnics, the beneficial reuse of industrial …

Daniel Van Der Weide

Professor Daniel Van Der Weide is a pioneer in ultrafast electronics. He applies these terahertz electronic and optical insights to remote threat detection, advanced devices and medicine.

John Yin

John Yin is a faculty member at UW-Madison, where he teaches courses in chemical and biological engineering. Outside of the classroom, he and his student co-workers pursue two main questions: what are plausible mechanisms for …