Michael Beyeler

Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Psychological and Brain Sciences

3201 BioEngineering
What does the world look like with a bionic eye?

Dennis Clegg

Professor of of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and Biomolecular Science and Engineering
Wilcox Family Chair in BioMedicine

5125 Biology II
Human stem cell research; Molecular mechanisms of stem cell differentiation; Derivation of ocular cells from stem cells; Soft tissue regeneration.

Sam Daly

Mechanical Engineering

Engineering II, Room 2347

Application of experimental mechanics to materials science in an effort to characterize, design, and develop advanced materials, includin

Zvonimir Dogic

Professor, Physics

Broida 4419
Research interests of our group are primarily experimental, and span both equilibrium and non-equilibrium phenomena.

Emilie Dressaire

Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering

Engineering II, Room 2326
Our research aims at developing bio-inspired strategies to control and sense fluid flows at small scales, combining fluid dynamics, soft matter and biology.

B.S. Manjunath

Distinguished Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering and of Computer Science

3157 Harold Frank Hall

Research areas include image/video analysis (including texture and shape analysis, segmentation, registration); multimedia databases and

Cristina Marchetti


Broida 6235
Active systems are assemblies of interacting entities that individually consume energy to generate motion and forces and collectively exhibit organized behaviors on scales much larger than that of the individuals.

Nina Miolane

Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering

3155 Harold Frank Hall

Nina Miolane received her M.S. in Mathematics from Ecole Polytechnique (France) & Imperial College (UK), her Ph.D.

Linda Petzold

Mehrabian Distinguished Professor
Computer Science
Mechanical Engineering

3106 BioEngineering
Modeling, simulation and data analytics of multiscale systems in biology and medicine.

Angela Pitenis

Assistant Professor

3019 Materials Research Lab

Research at the intersection of materials science, physics, chemistry, and biology, and aims to understand interfacial phenomena and ener

Omar Saleh


3006 BioE
Saleh's research is focused on the molecular physics underlying biological systems, with particular experience in nucleic acids, protein/DNA interactions, biomolecular elasticity, and self-assembled biomolecular systems.

Spencer Smith

Associate Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Director, Dynamical Neuroscience Program
Co-Director, Brain Initiative

We're generally interested in how the brain works, at the level of neurons and synapses.

Sebastian Streichan

Associate Professor of Physics and of Biomolecular Science and Engineering

Broida 4409
We use ideas and concepts from physics, computer science, and mathematics to ask how embryos get in shape, and how organs function.

Luke Theogarajan

Associate Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Theogarajan is interested in the marriage between materials, electronics and micro/nanofabrication as a means of developing new devices and tools for medical applications.

Max Wilson

Assistant Professor Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

We use photo-switchable proteins from plants to understand and control complex cellular behaviors.

Enoch Yeung

Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering

3104 BioE
How does life perform computation?