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  • Ma, Hui

    Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics

    Hui Ma, a native of China, received her Ph.D. in Applied mathematics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2012. Before joining UVA, she worked as an assistant professor at Black Hills State University for two years. In her current role at the applied mathematics Program, she teaches...

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  • Ma, Lin

    Professor, MAE Graduate Program Director

    4D Diagnostics & Thermal-Fluids​ Development of novel diagnostics with 4D spatiotemporal resolution to study combustion, propulsion and fluid dynamics

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  • Ma, Ji

    Assistant Professor

    In addition to being a powerful tool for creating complex geometries, additive manufacturing also has a hidden talent as a materials designer. Our research explores ways of using additive manufacturing/3-D printing techniques to create materials with novel properties that cannot be achieved...

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  • Mahmoody, Mohammad

    Assistant Professor, Computer Science

    Mahmoody started his undergraduate studies in Sharif University's computer Engineering department in 2000. He started his PhD in Princeton in 2005 and after that in 2010 joined Cornell as a postdoctoral associate. In 2013 he joined University of Virginia as an assistant professor. In 2014 he...

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  • Marathe, Madhav

    Professor, Computer Science, Division Director, Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing Division, Biocomplexity Institute

    Madhav Marathe is a Division Director of the Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing Division at the Biocomplexity Institute and a Professor of Computer Science. From January 2005-September 2018, he was a Professor of Computer Science at Virginia Tech. Concurrently, at Virginia Tech, he...

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  • Marshall, P. Paxton

    Emeritus Professor

    Paxton Marshall received the B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1966, an M.A. in History from the University of Maryland in 1972, the Ph.D. in Education from the University of Chicago in 1979, and the M.E. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia...

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  • Martin, Worthy

    Associate Professor of Computer Science, Acting Director, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities

    I began my career in "dynamic scene analysis", a subarea of computer vision and image processing. In the last several years I have been associated with "digital humanities" scholars at UVa and elsewhere in a wide variety of projects in archaeology, literary studies, history, endangered languages...

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  • Martukanitz, Richard

    Research Professor, Materials Science & Engineering and Fellow in Additive Manufacturing, Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM)

    Over the past 30-years, Dr. Martukanitz has been deeply involved in developing and implementing advanced manufacturing technology, with a specially in laser and materials processing. He is the co-inventor of the laser stir welding process, which is being applied in many different industries. His...

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  • McBurney, Paul "Will"

    Assistant Professor, Academic General Faculty, Computer Science (Beginning August 2019)

    Paul "Will" (call him Will) McBurney has been teaching Computer Science courses for over 9 years at 4 different institutions, University of Virginia (starting August 2019) , University of Pennsylvania, University of Notre Dame, and West Virginia University. He specializes in teaching...

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  • McDaniel, James C.


    Professor McDaniel received his BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Virginia (1971), MS degrees in Aeronautics and Astronautics (1977) and in Electrical Engineering (1980) and PhD degree (1981) in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University. From 1971 to 1976 he served...

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