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The goals of our laboratory are to elucidate molecular mechanisms governing oxidative stress, and to translate our findings to develop biomarkers for prevention and treatment of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases.

Trees represent some of the most valuable plants in landscapes and nurseries. Trees are often valued in the $10,000's whether property value or removal costs are considered. We, as humans, often unknowingly and unintentionally, do things which threaten their very existence.

At the Materials Simulation for Clean Energy (MSCE) Lab, we develop multi-scale simulations methods to design materials atom by atom.

Theoretical foundations of mixed human-automata teams with emphasis on models for human decision-making, design of decision support systems, and design of policies for automata that leverage human input

Networked multi-agent systems with emphasis on… more

Our research focuses on combining plasma science with materials processing to facilitate the exploration of advanced functional coatings, next generation electro-optical devices, and energy storage devices.