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ADEYEYE, Adekunle Olusola
University/Programme: NUS / AMM&NS
Title: Associate Professor
Field: Electrical and Computer Engineering

Office: eleaao@nus.edu.sg
Expertise: Multi-functional Spintronic Materials and Devices, Magnetic Nanostructures, Spin Dependent Transport in Nanostructures, Nanofabrication Techniques
Webpage: http://www.ece.nus.edu.sg/stfpage/eleaao/
University/Programme: MIT / CSB
Title: Faculty at CHIP at the Harvard/MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology;Research Affiliate, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Office: gil@mit.edu
Expertise: Biomedical/ biomolecular networks, bioinformatics, systems biology, proteomics, artificial intelligence, data-mining, bayesian networks, information theory, statistical graphics and computing
Webpage: http://www.mit.edu/~gil/index.html
AMPO, Saman P.
University/Programme: NUS / AMM&NS CS
Title: Faculty Fellow
Field: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Office: Office: NE43-620B
Tel: 617-253
Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, MIT
Ph.D. - Stanford University 1997 Amarasinghe is interested in the areas of compilers, computer architecture, and parallel processing. His focus is in discovering novel approaches to improve the performance of modern computer systems without unduly increasing the complexity faced by either application developers, compiler writers, or computer architects. Currently he is the co-leader of the MIT Raw Architecture Group and the leader of the Commit Compiler Group.

Expertise: Compiler optimisations, computer architectures, software engineering and parallel computing
ANAND, Lallit
University/Programme: MIT / MST
Title: Professor
Field: Mechanical Engineering

Office: anand@mit.edu
Expertise: Continuum mechanics, plasticity, mechanical behavior of materials, deformation processing of metals and polymers
Webpage: http://meche.mit.edu/people/faculty/?id=3
University/Programme: MIT / AMM&NS
Title: Professor
Field: Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Office: daa@mtl.mit.edu
Expertise: MOSFET device physics and technology
Webpage: http://www-mtl.mit.edu/~daa/
BERTSIMAS, Dimitris J.
University/Programme: MIT / CE
Title: Professor
Field: School of Management

Office: dbertsim@aris.mit.edu
Expertise: Optimization, finance, revenue management, data mining and stochastic control
Webpage: http://web.mit.edu/dbertsim/www/
BONING, Duane S.
University/Programme: MIT / MST
Title: Professor
Field: Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Office: Office: 39-567B
Tel: 617-253-0931
Email: boning@mtl.mit.edu
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT and
Associate Head of Electrical Engineering, EECS Department
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering - MIT 1991 From 1991 to 1993, Dr. Boning was a Member of the Technical Staff at Texas Instruments in Dallas, where he worked on process/device simulation tool integration, semiconductor process representation, and statistical modeling and optimization. At MIT, his research focuses on variation modeling, interconnect technology, and control in semiconductor processes, with special emphasis on chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) and plasma etch. Additional interests include CAD tools for statistical process, device, and circuit design, network technology for distributed design and fabrication, and computer integrated manufacturing. Dr. Boning has over 120 papers and conference presentations in these areas of research. His research group has produced test masks and models for CMP which are widely used in the semiconductor industry. He is Editor in Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, and is a member of the IEEE, ECS, MRS, and ACM.

Expertise: Semiconductor and MEMS manufacturing, statistical modeling and optimisation, variation reduction and control.
BROWN, Robert A.
University/Programme: MIT /
Title: Faculty Fellow & Programme Advisor
Field: Office of the Provost

Office: Office: 3-208
Tel: 617-253-5726
Email: rab@mit.edu
Programme Advisor
Provost and Warren K. Lewis Professor of Chemical Engineering, MIT
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering - University of Minnesota 1979 Brown is active in research that focuses on the modelling of transport processes in materials processing systems, especially solidification phenomena and non-Newtonian fluid mechanics. He is the co-author of over 250 papers in refereed journals and proceedings and has lectured widely on his research. He serves as Executive Editor of the Journal of Chemical Engineering Science and is on the editorial board of several other journals. Brown is the recipient of the Allan P. Colburn Award (1986) and the Professional Progress Award (1997) from the AIChE, the Young Author Award from the American Association of Crystal Growth (1984) and the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award (1983). He has been named to a dozen distinguished lectureships and was named a Distinguished Graduate of the School of Engineering at the University of Texas in 1992. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 1991, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1994, and the National Academy of Sciences in 2001. As Provost of MIT, Brown is responsible for the administration of the five Schools and the numerous research laboratories and centers within the institution, as well as the federally-funded Lincoln Laboratory. He is also in charge of budgetary planning for MIT. Brown is active as an advisor to industry sectors and other universities and serves on a number of national advisory boards. Currently, he is a member of the National Research Council decadal study on the Challenges for the Chemical Sciences.

Expertise: Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, solidification theory and defect formation in crystalline solids, applications to materials processing, applied mathematics and numerical analysis.
University/Programme: MIT / CPE
Title: Professor
Field: Chemistry

Office: sbuchwal@mit.edu
Expertise: Organometallic chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry
Webpage: http://mit.edu/chemistry/buchwald/people/bio-slb.html
CARTER, W. Craig
University/Programme: MIT /
Title: Faculty Fellow
Field: Material Science & Engineering

Office: Office:13-5018
Tel: 617- 253-6048
Email: ccarter@mit.edu
Lord Foundation Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering - University of California, Berkeley 1989 Carter develops theoretical and computational methods for the study of complex materials phenomena. His research focuses on microstructural evolution, thermodynamics and kinetics, interfacial phenomena, methanical properties and reliability. He has co-authored public domain software tools for computational materials science, one of which was named technology of the year in 2000 by Industry Week Magazine. He has won several professional awards and a teaching award by MIT. He is currently writing a textbook with Profs. Baluffi and Allen of MIT.

Expertise: Computational materials science, theory and simulation of materials and material properties, surface and interfacial phenomena, ceramics and materials processing.
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