Carlos Daganzo

Carlos Daganzo

Professor of the Graduate School, transportation engineering

Areas of expertise: logistics of transportation systems and of handling the backlog of goods once workers are back.

John D.  Kubiatowicz

John D. Kubiatowicz

Professor of computer science

Area of expertise: "OceanStore" data storage system, computer architecture, quantum computer design, internet-scale storage systems, peer-to-peer networking.

Jeff Long

Jeff Long

Professor of chemistry and biomolecular engineering

Areas of expertise: hydrogen storage for fuel-cell vehicles, hydrogen storage in microporous metal organic frameworks, synthesis in inorganic coordination compounds.

Samer M. Madanat

Samer M. Madanat

Professor of engineering

Areas of expertise: transportation infrastructure management, infrastructure performance modeling, transportation systems sustainability, traffic safety.

Michael Marletta

Michael Marletta

Professor of chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics and structural biology

Areas of expertise: catalytic and biological properties of enzymes, biochemistry of enzymes for potential production of biofuels, molecular characterization of nitric oxide signaling.

John S. Newman

John S. Newman

Emeritus professor of chemical engineering

Areas of expertise: lithium batteries for hybrid, industrial electrochemical processes, and methanol fuel cells, investigation of efficient and economical methods for electrochemical energy conversion and storage.

Xiao Qiang

Xiao Qiang

Adjunct professor, research scientist in the School of Information

Expertise: Technology and human rights, China, censorship, surveillance, digital activism, information politics.

Jan Rabaey

Jan Rabaey

Professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences

Areas of expertise: technological innovations to enhance energy efficiency through use of smart buildings and design of low-power technologies for computer systems.

Paul  Rabinow

Paul Rabinow

Professor of medical anthropology

Areas of expertise: Cultural anthropology, philosophy of human and life sciences, modernity, the contemporary, France.

John Radke

John Radke

Professor of city and regional planning and of landscape architecture and environmental planning; director of UC Berkeley's geographic information science center

Areas of expertise: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), pattern recognition; metrics and methods for characterizing spatial structure, association and relationships between objects embedded in the landscape; designing hazard models to predict and assess risk.

David Wagner

David Wagner

Professor of computer science

Research interests: Internet and computer security, wireless networks, cryptography, systems security, usable security and program analysis for security. Current projects include security for wearable devices and smartphone security. He has worked on software security, electronic voting, wireless security, sensor network security and applied cryptography.

Steven  Weber

Steven Weber

Professor of political science, School of Information

Areas of expertise: International politics and business; the information economy; cybersecurity; behavioral economics in Information systems.

Cybersecurity

Xiao Qiang

Xiao Qiang

Adjunct professor, research scientist in the School of Information

Expertise: Technology and human rights, China, censorship, surveillance, digital activism, information politics.

David Wagner

David Wagner

Professor of computer science

Research interests: Internet and computer security, wireless networks, cryptography, systems security, usable security and program analysis for security. Current projects include security for wearable devices and smartphone security. He has worked on software security, electronic voting, wireless security, sensor network security and applied cryptography.

Steven  Weber

Steven Weber

Professor of political science, School of Information

Areas of expertise: International politics and business; the information economy; cybersecurity; behavioral economics in Information systems.

Engineering

Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl

Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl

Professor of structural engineering, mechanics and materials

Area of expertise: response of steel and composite structure to earthquakes, bombs and fire.

Robert G.  Bea

Robert G. Bea

Professor of civil engineering, emeritus

Area of expertise: Risk assessment and management, reliability, human and organizational factors, quality assurance and quality control, design, construction, maintenance, operations, decommissioning, ocean engineered systems.

Robert Bea

Robert Bea

Professor emeritus of civil engineering

Expertise: Marine systems, offshore oil platforms, pipelines, floating facilities.

Harvey Blanch

Harvey Blanch

Emeritus professor of chemical engineering

Areas of expertise: biochemical engineering, enzyme engineering, enzymes for cellulosic biofuel production, ethanol and other fuels

Jonathan Bray

Jonathan Bray

Faculty chair in earthquake engineering excellence

Areas of expertise: Earthquake engineering, geotechnical engineering, ground motion, liquefaction, seismic impact on structures such as dams, landfills and embankment.

Elton  Cairns

Elton Cairns

Professor of chemical engineering

Areas of expertise: hydrogen full cells, fuel cell technology, methanol and ethanol fuel cells, lithium ion batteries and new battery technology.

Douglas Clark

Douglas Clark

Professor of biochemical engineering

Areas of expertise: biochemical engineering, with particular emphasis on enzyme technology, biomaterials, and bioenergy.

Carlos Daganzo

Carlos Daganzo

Professor of the Graduate School, transportation engineering

Areas of expertise: logistics of transportation systems and of handling the backlog of goods once workers are back.

Lutgard C. De Jonghe

Lutgard C. De Jonghe

Emeritus professor of materials science and engineering

Areas of expertise: efficient and clean-burning fuel cells that burn hydrogen or hydrocarbons extracted from natural gas and converted to electricity.

William  Ibbs

William Ibbs

Professor of civil engineering

Expertise: Construction management, project change and its impact on productivity, cost and schedule.

Jay D.  Keasling

Jay D. Keasling

Professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering

Areas of expertise: engineering pathways for alternative biofuels from isoprenoids and fatty acids, examining the toxicity of biofuels to the host microorganism with the aim of engineering tolerance into the producer.

Samer M. Madanat

Samer M. Madanat

Professor of engineering

Areas of expertise: transportation infrastructure management, infrastructure performance modeling, transportation systems sustainability, traffic safety.

Jack Moehle

Jack Moehle

Ed and Diane Wilson Presidential Professor of Structural Engineering

Areas of expertise: reinforced concrete structures, bridge and building design, seismic testing of structures.

William Nazaroff

William Nazaroff

Professor of environmental engineering

Expertise: air quality engineering with an emphasis in pollutant dynamics in indoor air and exposure science.

John S. Newman

John S. Newman

Emeritus professor of chemical engineering

Areas of expertise: lithium batteries for hybrid, industrial electrochemical processes, and methanol fuel cells, investigation of efficient and economical methods for electrochemical energy conversion and storage.

Per Peterson

Per Peterson

Professor of nuclear engineering

Areas of expertise: reactor safety, advanced reactor systems, waste management and inertial fusion energy.

Jan Rabaey

Jan Rabaey

Professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences

Areas of expertise: technological innovations to enhance energy efficiency through use of smart buildings and design of low-power technologies for computer systems.

Raymond Seed

Raymond Seed

Professor of civil engineering, emeritus

Area of expertise: Soil/structure interaction; slope stability and performance of dams and waste fills, geotechnical earthquake engineering.

Nicholas Sitar

Nicholas Sitar

Professor of civil and environmental engineering

Areas of expertise: geotechnical engineering, landslides, stability of natural and reinforced slopes.

Alexander Skabardonis

Alexander Skabardonis

Professor-in-residence of transportation engineering

Areas of expertise: traffic engineering, traffic control systems, traffic management, transportation and the environment

Bioengineering

Earthquake engineering

Robotics

Artificial intelligence

Computing

John D.  Kubiatowicz

John D. Kubiatowicz

Professor of computer science

Area of expertise: "OceanStore" data storage system, computer architecture, quantum computer design, internet-scale storage systems, peer-to-peer networking.

Philip  Stark

Philip Stark

Professor of statistics

Areas of interest: adjustments to the census, overcount and errors in the census, and inferences from large data sets.

Internet privacy

Xiao Qiang

Xiao Qiang

Adjunct professor, research scientist in the School of Information

Expertise: Technology and human rights, China, censorship, surveillance, digital activism, information politics.

Business of technology, Silicon Valley