Claudio Di Leo
Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering
His research encompasses the broad topic of multiphysics mechanics of materials, with a focus on developing constitutive continuum models through theory, computation, and experimentation.
Frances Rivera Hernandez
Doctor of Philosophy in Geology
Her research is interdisciplinary, commonly integrating remote sensing, analog field and lab studies, and numerical analyses.
Doctor of Philosophy in Earth and Planetary Sciences
His research interests are climate and the cryosphere, Glaciology (theory, experiments and observations), Computational and mathematical modeling of ice sheets, oceans and atmospheres, Dynamical systems theory and applications to climate, Ice sheet instabilities, and Sea level change.
Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Engineering
His research interests are Genetic engineering, Protein engineering, Self-assembly, Smart Materials, Phase separation, and Repetitive DNAs.