Executive Committee

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Katharine Flores

Director, Institute of Materials Science & Engineering

Kathy Flores' primary research interest is the mechanical behavior of high performance structural materials, with particular emphasis on understanding structure-processing-property relationships in bulk metallic glasses and their composites.

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Prof. Philip Skemer

Associate Director, Institute of Materials Science & Engineering

​The underlying motivation for Professor Skemer's research is to understand the remarkable phenomenon of plate tectonics and its variability among the terrestrial planets.

Marcus Foston, smiling

Assistant Professor, Environmental, Energy and Chemical Engineering

Professor Foston’s research objective is to create a top-tier, world recognized research program in the research and education of emerging technologies for exploitation of lignocellulosic biomass, in particular the lignin fraction of biomass, as...

Erik Henriksen

Assistant Professor, Physics

​Erik Henriksen heads an experimental condensed matter research lab with interests primarily in the quantum electronic properties of graphene and other novel two-dimensional systems.

Richard Loomis, a light-skinned man with a goatee and close-cropped hair, wears a grey suit with blue button down and navy and grey checked tie, in front of a blurred forest background.

Professor, Chemistry

Professor Loomis's research endeavors focus on the detailed interrogation and manipulation of reaction dynamics at the molecular and atomic level.

Mark Meacham

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

Mark Meacham’s research interests include microfluidics, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and associated transport phenomena, with application to design, development and testing of novel energy systems and life sciences tools, from scalable...

Rohan Mishra

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

In his lab at WashU, Rohan Mishra plans to identify and develop a quantitative measure of structure-property correlations in materials, such as epitaxial thin films and materials with reduced dimensionality, using a synergistic combination of...

Ryan Ogliore

Assistant Professor, Physics

Our research group uses microanalytical techniques to study extraterrestrial materials in order to better understand the formation and evolution of our Solar System, as well as other stars.

We are analyzing returned samples from a comet,...

Bryce Sadtler

Assistant Professor, Chemistry

The Sadtler research group is interested in how hierarchical structure of materials from the atomic level to nano- and meso-scale can be used to control their physical properties and chemical reactivity.

 

Simon Tang

Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics

With the overall theme of understanding the biological regulation of skeletal matrix quality, our research group integrates engineering and biology approaches for (1) understanding the effect of disease mechanisms on the structure-function...