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Our faculty are not content to trod well-worn engineering paths. Instead, they are driven to pursue innovations in teaching, research that address truly complex challenges, and to pursue worldwide leadership roles in their fields.


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  • Robins, Gabriel

    Professor of Computer Science

    Research interests include:

    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Electronic Design Automation (EDA), Algorithms, Optimization, Semiconductor Engineering, Data Sciences, Genomics

    Professor Gabriel Robins earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA in 1992, where he received an IBM...

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  • Rohde, Gustavo Kunde

    Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering

    Dr. Rohde develops computational predictive models using machine learning and signal and image processing with applications in pathology, radiology, systems biology, and mobile sensing. He earned B.S. degrees in physics and mathematics in 1999, and the M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering in...

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  • Rosen, Jonathan, PhD

    Director of Professional Studies, Professor of the Practice, Biomedical Engineering, Director, BME Master of Engineering

    Dr. Jonathan Rosen teaches and guides graduate Biomedical Engineers as they design their future and advance our standard of healthcare with breakthrough medical technologies. He is the Director of Professional Studies and Professor of Practice in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the...

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  • Rosenkrantz, Daniel

    Distinguished Professor, Biocomplexity Institute and Initiative, Computer Science (by Courtesy)

    Research interests:

    Design and analysis of algorithms, Database systems, Complexity theory, Compiler construction, High performance computing, Discrete dynamical systems, Software engineering

    Dr. Daniel J. Rosenkrantz is a Distinguished Institute Professor with the Biocomplexity...

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  • Russell, Shawn

    Assistant Professor


    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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  • Ryals, Megan

    Assistant Professor, Academic General Faculty, Teaching Track, Applied Mathematics

    Megan Ryals joined the Applied Mathematics faculty in 2017 as an Assistant Professor. She received her masters degree in mathematics (2003) and Ph.D. in mathematics education (2014) from North Carolina State University. Her research focused on students’ transition from high school to college...

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