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Bahram Parvin

Bahram Parvin received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California in 1991. His laboratory aims at technology development for molecular pathology, identifying novel biomarkers for tumor progression, and synthesizing delivery vehicles for complex biological systems.

Carolynn Patten

Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, UC Davis Health

Professor David Patterson

At Berkeley, he led the design and implementation of RISC I, likely the first VLSI Reduced Instruction Set Computer. This research became the foundation of the SPARC architecture, currently used by Fujitsu, Sun Microsystems, and others. (In 1996 Microprocessor Report and COMDEX named SPARC as one of the most significant microprocessors as part of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the microprocessor.) He was also a leader of the Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks (RAID) project, which led to reliable storage systems from many companies.

Denise Payán

Denise D. Payán is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health at the University of California, Merced. She also directs the Community Health & Innovative Policy (CHIP) Lab.

Kenneth Pedrotti

Kenneth Pedrotti received his BS in Engineering Physics from University of California, Berkeley in 1978. He received his MS in electrical engineering specializing in quantum electronics, in 1979 and Ph.D. in electrical engineering, from Stanford University working at the Ginzton Laboratory on problems in non-linear optics and atomic physics.

Anh-Vu Pham

Professor Pham is conducting research in RF IC design, RF, Micro-, Millimeter wave electronic packaging, phased array antennas, and wireless sensors. In the area of RF IC design, his group is developing understanding and circuit techniques for RF CMOS, wide bandwidth circuits, and linearization methods for power amplifiers. Recent developments include linearized amplifiers and RF building blocks for gigabit wireless and phased array antennas up to 60 GHz.

Albert Pisano

Research Interests:

Primary: Invention, design, fabrication, modeling and optimization of micro electromechanical systems (MEMS): harsh environment sensors, micro thermal heat management devices for integrated circuits, micro power generation devices, micro and nano resonators for RF communication, micro fluidic systems for drug delivery, micro inertial instruments, micro information storage systems and nanoimprinted sensors & electronics. Secondary: Optimal mechanical design. Kinematics and dynamics of machines.

Professor Ira Pohl

A.B., Mathematics, Cornell University Ph.D., Computer Science, Stanford University, Fellow of the ACM

Ira Pohl is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Cruz. The department is part of the Jack Baskin School of Engineering. His current research is in object-oriented programming and topics in software methodology. He has written widely on programming in C, C++ C# and Java.

Alison Post

Associate Professor of Political Science and Global Metropolitan Studies, UC Berkeley

Professor Nader Pourmand

Dr. Pourmand is the head of the Biosensors and Bioelectrical Technology Group, as well as, director of the Genome Sequencing Center at UCSC’s Baskin School of Engineering. Dr. Pourmand’s ongoing research strives to develop new techniques and assays for biomedical applications. Because the nature of science is ever changing, Dr. Pourmand and his team of researchers work diligently in order to be innovative and proactive when it comes to research, collaboration, and discovery.

Alireza Pourreza

My research interests include agricultural mechanization, robotics, sensors, computer vision, and GIS. My research goals are to answer fundamental questions using intelligent systems theory in […]

Alexey Pozdnukhov

I work on scalable data analytics methods for semantically rich modelling of urban dynamics. My research links advanced machine learning, complex networks and spatial interaction models into a general framework to quantify the emergence and evolution of spatio-temporal patterns in everyday dynamics and socio-economic structure of cities.

Professor Raquel Prado

Raquel Prado is Associate Professor of Statistics in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at UCSC. Her current research is in non-stationary and multivariate time series analysis. Her book, Time Series: Modeling, Computation, and Inference was published earlier this year.

Research Areas

Bayesian non-stationary time series modeling, multivariate time series, biomedical signal processing and statistical genetics.

Jinyi Qi

Dr. Jinyi Qi’s research focuses on developing advanced signal and image processing techniques for molecular imaging. One emphasis is on developing statistically based image reconstruction methods for emission tomography. The research involves modeling imaging system response, developing appropriate statistical models, developing optimization algorithms, and analyzing image properties.

James Quinn

Jim Quinn is a Professor of Environmental Science and Policy at the University of California, Davis, Director of the Information Center for the Environment (ICE), and leader of the California Information Node (CAIN) of the National Biological Information Infrastructure.

Professor Jan Rabaey

Jan holds the Donald O. Pederson Distinguished Professorship at the University of California at Berkeley. He is a founding director of the Berkeley Wireless Research Center (BWRC) and the Berkeley Ubiquitous SwarmLab, and has been the the Electrical Engineering Division Chair at Berkeley twice.

Kannan Ramchandran

Kannan Ramchandran received his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1993. He is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the University of California, Berkeley. His research group is the BASiCS group. Between 1993 and 1999 he was on the faculty of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Coordinated Science Lab (CSL) at UIUC and a full-time Beckman Institute faculty member in the Image Formation and Processing Group.

A. Susana Ramirez

Dr. Ramirez’s research interests include:
Health communication: targeted media campaigns; message tailoring; social marketing; media advocacy; communication inequalities; information seeking; health and science journalism
Cancer prevention and health promotion: ethnic disparities in cancer outcomes; diet and lifestyle behaviors; social determinants of health; social epidemiology
Latino health: preventive health, obesity, environmental health

Isha Ray

Isha Ray joined the faculty of the Energy and Resources Group in January 2002. She has a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Somerville College, Oxford University, and a PhD in Applied Economics from the Food Research Institute at Stanford University. Before coming to ERG, she was an analyst on economics and institutions at the Turkey office of the International Water Management Institute, and then a Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellow at UCB’s Geography Department.

Professor Jose Renau

Research Interests

Computer architecture with focus on complexity, temperature, reliability. To gain further insights systems (SCOORE) are built on FPGAs and ASICs.

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