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  • Ramasubramanian, Melur (Ram) K.

    University of Virginia Vice President for Research, Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering


    Melur K. “Ram” Ramasubramanian is the Vice President for Research at the University of Virginia. Prior to his appointment at UVA, he was the program director for the Engineering Research Centers program at the National Science Foundation and the D.W. Reynolds Distinguished Professor and...

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  • Reidenbach, Matthew

    Associate Professor


    Reidenbach's primary area of research is environmental fluid dynamics, with an emphasis on physical-biological interactions in coastal environments. Current research activities include the effects of flow and turbulence on nutrient exchange in coral reefs, sediment transport in estuaries,...

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  • Reimers, Ann

    Assistant Professor of Engineering


    Dr. Ann Reimers is a General Faculty Assistant Professor with joint appointments in the Department of Engineering & Society and the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. She currently teaches Introduction to Engineering Lab and Dynamics. She has also taught Introduction to...

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  • Richards, Larry George

    Professor Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Virginia Middle School Engineering Education Initiative, The Engineers Way


    Larry G. Richards came to UVA in 1969, joined the School of Engineering and Applied Science in 1976, and moved to Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in 1985 to develop and administer the Manufacturing Systems Engineering Program. He served as Director of the MSE Program from 1986 to 2002, and...

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  • Russell, Shawn

    Assistant Professor


    GAIT DYNAMICS AND HUMAN MOTOR CONTROL

    Russell's research interests lie in the increased understanding of the mechanisms of human movement. This includes the development of new methods for analyzing movements measured in clinical settings along with the development of...

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