For this special edition of Washington Engineer, I am thrilled to welcome 16 faculty members to the College of Engineering. They are leaders in a diverse range of fields, including machine learning, bioimaging and environmental microbiology.
This year, several faculty members build on our expertise in quantum information science and technology. From using photonic control systems to improve quantum computing and sensing, to applying theoretical condensed matter physics to build energy efficient quantum electronics, the College is poised to lead in the development of quantum technologies that promise to transform the way we communicate, compute and sense the world around us.
I invite you to learn more about the newest members of the College. Together, we will continue our work to educate the next generation of engineering leaders and offer solutions to the most urgent problems we face today.
Frank & Julie Jungers Dean of Engineering
First row: Amirhossein Taghvaei (A&A), Erica Fuhrmeister (CEE), Jorge Marchand (ChemE), Shachi Mittal (ChemE)
Second row: Leilani Battle (CSE), Vikram Iyer (CSE), Simon Peter (CSE), Yulia Tsvetkov (CSE)
Third row: Ludwig Schmidt (CSE), Sara Mouradian (ECE), Sayamindu Dasgupta (HCDE), Krithika Manohar (ME)
Fourth row: Di Xiao (MSE), Jeffrey Nivala (CSE), Ben Rutz (ChemE), Eli Patten (ME)