• Devin K. Harris

    Professor of Civil Engineering Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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    Professor Harris is chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Virginia. His research and teaching interests focus on large scale infrastructure systems with a primary focus on condition monitoring and system performance.

  • Thomas R. Hartka

    Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Vice-Chair of Research for Emergency Medicine Assistant Medical Director, UVA Center for Applied Biomechanics
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    Dr. Hartka is currently board certified in Emergency Medicine and works clinically in the Emergency Department. He is also involved in medical student education, resident education, biomechanical instrumentation, and motor vehicle collision analysis.

  • Wajih Ul Hassan

    Assistant Professor, Computer Science, School of Data Science
    Research interests include: Data Provenance, System Auditing, Threat Detection, and Forensic Analysis Wajih Ul Hassan is an incoming Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia, starting in Fall 2022. He received his Ph.D. in Computer…
  • Christian (Chris) J. Hellings

    Assistant Professor Academic General Faculty, Teaching Track, Applied Mathematics
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    Chris Hellings is an assistant professor in the Applied Mathematics Department, with interests in operator theory, the mathematics of voting, and undergraduate math education. Before entering academia, he was a mathematical analyst for Metron Inc., a consulting company in Northern Virginia.

  • Brian P. Helmke

    Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
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    Brian Helmke researches the relationship between cell mechanics and cell function using new tools in materials science and molecular biology, with a focus on cardiovascular disease. His laboratory employs a multidisciplinary biomedical engineering approach to understand the relationship between intracellular mechanics and cell function.

  • Seongkook Heo

    Alfred Weaver Career Enhancement Assistant Professor, Computer Science
    Research interests include: Human-Computer Interaction, Interaction Techniques, Novel Sensing Techniques, Haptics Seongkook Heo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia. His research interests span across the areas of Human-Computer…
  • Arsalan Heydarian

    Associate Professor
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    Arsalan Heydarian is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering as well as the UVA Link Lab. His research broadly focuses on user-centered design, construction, and operation of intelligent infrastructure with the objective of enhancing their sustainability, adaptability, and resilience. 

  • Christopher B. Highley

    Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering
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    Christopher Highley develops materials and fabrication technologies to enable the design and construction of complex cellular and material systems, with the goal of addressing fundamental and translational problems in biomedicine. 

  • Patrick E. Hopkins

    Whitney Stone Professor of Engineering Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor, Materials Science and Engineering (Courtesy) Professor, Physics (Courtesy)
    Patrick E. Hopkins

    Patrick the Whitney Stone Professor in Engineering at the University of Virginia, with a primary appointment in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and courtesy appointments in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the Department of Physics, and the director of the ExSiTE Lab. 

  • Barry Martin Horowitz

    Munster Professor
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    Dr. Horowitz joined the University of Virginia’s faculty as a Professor in the Systems Engineering degree program in September 2001, after an industrial career involving the application of systems engineering to many large and complex systems. He assumed the role of Department Chair in 2009.