ChBE Faculty

Kristi Anseth

Kristi S. Anseth - Distinguished Professor, Tisone Professor and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator and Professor of Surgery (PhD, University of Colorado, 1994) Biomaterials, photopolymerization, tissue engineering, and drug delivery
Tom Belval
Tom Belval - Senior Instructor (PhD, Rice University, 1984)
Chris Bowman
Christopher N. Bowman - Distinguished Professor, Patten Professor, Professor of Dentistry, and Co-Director I/UCRC (PhD, Purdue, 1991) Biomaterials, photopolymerization, reaction kinetics, polymer chemistry
Stephanie Bryant
Stephanie J. Bryant - Associate Professor (PhD, University of Colorado, 2002) Functional tissue engineering, photopolymerization, biomaterials
Jennifer Cha
Jennifer N. Cha - Norviel Associate Professor (PhD, University of California at Santa Barbara, 2001) Nanoscience, nanoengineering, biomaterials, surface science, colloids, self-assembly
Anushree Chatterjee
Anushree Chatterjee - Assistant Professor (PhD, University of Minnesota, 2011) Synthetic biology, systems biology, metabolic engineering, computational biology, bio-fuels, antibiotic and antiviral resistance, antimicrobial discovery, virology, infectious disease models, Hepatitis C virus, gene regulatory networks
David Clough
David E. Clough - Professor (PhD, University of Colorado, 1975) Dynamics and control of fluidized-bed process, adaptive control of chemical processes, expert systems in process control, real-time computing
Rob Davis
Robert H. Davis - Tisone Professor and Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science (PhD, Stanford, 1983) Fluid mechanics of suspensions, sedimentation, coagulation, filtration, particle collisions in fluids, microbial suspensions, biotechnology, membrane fouling
Janet DeGrazia
Janet deGrazia - Senior Instructor and Associate Chair (PhD, University of Colorado, 1998)
John Falconer
John L. Falconer - Mel and Virginia Clark Professor and President's Teaching Scholar (PhD, Stanford, 1974) Inorganic membranes, heterogeneous catalysis, solar cells, and applications of atomic and molecular layer deposition to catalysts and membranes
Scott Fogler
H. Scott Fogler - Adjunct Faculty from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. (PhD, University of Colorado, 1965)
Hans Funke
Hans Funke - Associate Professor Adjunct (Ph.D. University of Heidelberg) Separations, inorganic membranes, nanoporous materials, thermochemical cycles
Ryan Gill
Ryan T. Gill - Associate Professor and Patten Fellow (PhD, University of Maryland, 1999) Evolutionary and inverse metabolic engineering, genomics, synthetic biology
Doug Gin
Douglas L. Gin - Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Chemistry and Biochemistry (PhD, California Institute of Technology, 1993) Polymer science, liquid crystal engineering, and nanomaterials chemistry
Andrew Goodwin
Andrew P. Goodwin - Assistant Professor (PhD, University of California at Berkeley, 2007) Colloid and interface science, polymer science and engineering, self-assembly, chemical synthesis, imaging, drug delivery, cancer research
Christine Hrenya
Christine M. Hrenya - Professor (PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, 1996) Gas-particle fluidization, granular flow mechanics, turbulent flows, computational fluid mechanics
Joel Kaar
Joel L. Kaar - Assistant Professor (PhD, University of Pittsburgh, 2007) Non-aqueous enzymology, protein structure and function at material interfaces, protein engineering, biofuels, tissue engineering, and bioremediation
Mark Kastantin
Mark J. Kastantin - Assistant Research Professor (PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2009) Bioinspired materials, single-molecule microscopy methods, drug delivery, biomolecules at interfaces, polymer self-assembly
Melissa Mahoney
Melissa J. Mahoney - Assistant Research Professor (PhD, Cornell University, 2000), Novel drug delivery and tissue engineering strategies to promote regeneration in the central nervous system
Will Medlin
J. Will Medlin - Associate Professor, ConocoPhillips Faculty Fellow, C2B2 Site Director and Associate Chair (PhD, University of Delaware, 2001) Surface chemistry, heterogeneous catalysis, solid-state chemical sensors, computational chemistry
Charles Musgrave
Charles B. Musgrave - Professor and Associate Chair (PhD, California Institute of Technology, 1994) Catalysis for energy conversion and storage, photovoltaic, batteries, atomic and molecular layer deposition, nanotechnology
Prashant Nagpal
Prashant Nagpal - Assistant Professor (PhD, University of Minnesota, 2009) Nanoscale optoelectronics in isolated and nanoparticle assemblies, Optical nanomaterials and Nano-optics, Plasmonics and metamaterials, Semiconductor quantum dots, Nanoparticle synthesis, Self-assembly, Nanostructured devices, Biological and chemical sensors
Richard Noble
Richard D. Noble - Alfred T. and Betty E. Look Professor (PhD, University of California at Davis, 1976) Co-director MAST, Reversible chemical complexation for separations, mass transfer, mathematical modeling, membranes, thin films
Charlie Nuttelman
Charlie Nuttelman - Instructor (PhD, University of Colorado, 2005) Focused on undergraduate education and searching for novel techniques to improve engineering student comprehension and learning
Theodore Randolph
Theodore W. Randolph - Professor and Gillespie Professor (PhD, University of California at Berkeley, 1987) Thermodynamics of protein solutions, lyophilization, supercritical fluid reaction engineering
Dan Schwartz
Daniel K. Schwartz - Department Chair and Alfred T. and Betty E. Look Professor (PhD, Harvard, 1991) Senior Editor of Langmuir, Interfacial phenomena, Biomolecules at interfaces, Surface modification via molecular self-assembly, Single-molecule microscopy methods, Nanoscale surface structures.
Jeff Stansbury
Jeffrey W. Stansbury - Professor of Dentistry and Chemical and Biological Engineering (PhD, University of Maryland, 1988) Dental and biomedical polymeric materials, photopolymerization processes, network polymers, hydrogels, low shrinkage/expanding polymerizations
Mark Stoykovich
Mark P. Stoykovich - Assistant Professor (PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007) Block copolymers, polymer self-assembly, nanostructured materials, advanced lithography and nanofabrication
Al Weimer
Alan W. Weimer - H.T. Sears Memorial Professor and C2B2 Executive Director (PhD, University of Colorado, 1980) Particle surface modification, solar-thermal processing; nano-energy
Wendy Young
Wendy Young - Instructor and External Relations Coordinator (PhD, University of Colorado, 2002) Co-op program, job opportunities, website, fundraising

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