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New Faculty at West Lafayette, Fall 2020These brief profiles of new members of the faculty and teaching staff at Purdue's West Lafayette campus for Fall 2020 are meant to serve as an introduction and welcome. The Office of the Provost invited incoming teachers to provide this information. The 128 responses are arranged by college/school.AGRICULTUREDavide CammaranoAssociate professorAgronomydcammar@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? James Hutton Institute, Scotland, United KingdomTeaching interests: Digital agriculture.Research interests: Precision agriculture, crop modeling, climate impacts.Why choose Purdue? The chance of working in a world-renowned University where I can interact with scientists from many disciplines.Kajal GulatiAssistant professorAgricultural Economicsgulati28@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of California, DavisTeaching interests: International economic development.Research interests: International agricultural economic development, economics of gender and household, experimental economics.Why choose Purdue? The faculty and students in the Ag Econ department pursue extensive and rigorous research on applied, policy-relevant topics, including in developing countries.Yiwei HuangAssistant professorHorticulture and Landscape Architectureyiweihuang@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of California, DavisTeaching interests: Landscape architecture, housing and community development, green infrastructure and stormwater management, visualization and community engagement.Research interests: Resilient design, socially sustainable communities, landscape performance. Why choose Purdue? Its location, its department setting, and its academic connections.Casey MullAssistant director of Extension, 4-H & Youth Development, Clinical FacultyAgricultural Sciences Education and Communication email@example.comFrom where are you coming? University of GeorgiaTeaching interests: Extension administration, program development, community engagement, crisis communications.Research interests: Scholarship of and in Extension, 4-H and community engagement; boundary spanning.Why choose Purdue? Purdue Extension serves the people of the state every day in ways too numerous to count. The faculty and staff leading the 4-H program are among the best in the nation. I was honored to join this group to be associated with the Indiana 4-H program and people. Eun Joong OhAssistant professorFood Scienceejoh@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of Colorado BoulderTeaching interests: Fermentation science, metabolic engineering.Research interests: Synthetic biology, genome engineering. Why choose Purdue? Productive research environment.Jonathan (Alex) PasternakAssistant professorAnimal Sciences firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom where are you coming? University of SaskatchewanTeaching interests: Physiology.Research interests: Reproductive physiology and Immunology.Why choose Purdue? Research 1 university with great reputation. Lizhi ShangAssistant professorAgricultural and Biological Engineering/Mechanical Engineeringshangl@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Purdue UniversityTeaching interests: Fluid mechanics, fluid power, computational fluid dynamics.Research interests: Fluid power system.Why choose Purdue? Purdue University has the best ABE program and the best fluid power research facility in the U.S.Lei ZhangAssistant professorBotany and Plant Pathologyleizhang@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Washington State University Teaching interests: General plant pathology.Research interests: Plant-parasitic nematodes.Why choose Purdue? Excellent school.EDUCATIONLaMonica WilliamsClinical assistant professor Educational Studies email@example.comFrom where are you coming? Chicago Public Schools District 299Teaching interests: K-12 school leadership and teacher education.Research interests: Virtual learning and curriculum development in a K-12 environment. Why choose Purdue? Purdue is a world-renowned institution with a top-ranked College of Education. I have always wanted to be a part of an institution that would give an opportunity to share my knowledge and experience as a school leader in helping to shape future school leaders.ENGINEERINGHadiseh AlaeianAssistant professorElectrical and Computer Engineering firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom where are you coming? Stanford University Laura BlumenscheinAssistant professorMechanical Engineeringlhblumen@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Stanford UniversityTeaching interests: Teaching classes that give students hands-on experience in topics like controls, mechatronics, and robotics.Research interests: Creating more effective soft robotic systems that robustly and adaptively interact with the world. Applications for our work range from the fundamental (classification of soft actuators) to the functional (robotic construction, wearable robotics, etc.).Why choose Purdue? Excited to interact with the world-class colleagues and students at Purdue.Douglas BrubakerAssistant professorBiomedical Engineeringdkbrubak@purdue.eduDeva ChanAssistant professorBiomedical Engineeringchand@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteTeaching interests: Biomechanics and mechanobiology.Research interests: Cartilage and synovial joint health, injury, and disease; advanced imaging of tissue biomechanics; mechanobiology of hyaluronan metabolism; multi-scale brain biomechanics.Why choose Purdue? Wealth of potential collaborators, excellent research facilities, family-friendly campus and community.Nik ChawlaProfessorMaterials Engineeringchawla29@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Arizona State UniversityTeaching interests: Mechanical behavior, materials characterization, fracture.Research interests: X-ray microtomography, correlative microscopy, mechanical behavior, nanoindentation.Why choose Purdue? I chose Purdue because of it's amazing engineering students and faculty, as well as its reputation for rigor in engineering.Alex ChortosAssistant professorMechanical Engineeringachortos@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? HarvardTeaching interests: Materials and manufacturing.Research interests: Soft electronics.Why choose Purdue? Forward-thinking philosophy.Rebecca CiezAssistant professorMechanical Engineering/Environmental and Ecological Engineeringrciez@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Columbia UniversityTeaching interests: Energy systems, decarbonization, energy storage.Research interests: Energy systems, decarbonization, energy storage, scaling new technologies.Why choose Purdue? Opportunity to combine multiple engineering disciplines. Ran DaiAssociate professorAeronautics and Astronauticsrandai@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? The Ohio State UniversityTeaching interests: Aircraft dynamics, flight vehicle control.Research interests: Autonomy, control, optimization.Why choose Purdue? Purdue provides the great opportunity and research environments to develop my career.James DavisAssistant professorElectrical and Computer Engineeringdavisjam@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? PhD in CompSci at Virginia TechTeaching interests: Nurturing thoughtfulness.Research interests: Software engineering, computer systems, computer security.Why choose Purdue? The opportunity (and challenge) of working with some of the brightest minds in the world.Kirsten DavisAssistant professorEngineering Educationkad@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VirginiaTeaching interests: I look forward to teaching graduate courses in engineering education and first-year engineering courses. Research interests: My research explores the intentional design and assessment of global engineering programs, student development through experiential learning, and approaches for teaching and assessing systems thinking skills.Why choose Purdue? I am excited to connect with Purdue's many global programs, to collaborate with the world-class researchers here, and to work with the excellent students who come to Purdue.Yiheng FengAssistant professorCivil Engineeringfeng333@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of MichiganTeaching interests: Intelligent transportation systems including traffic operation and control, simulation, and transportation big data analytics.Research interests: Connected and automated vehicles, smart transportation infrastructure.Why choose Purdue? Purdue's strong expertise in the areas of transportation and infrastructure systems engineering.Luis GomezAssistant professorElectrical and Computer Engineeringljgomez@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Duke University School of MedicineTeaching interests: Computational techniques and electromagnetism.Research interests: Computational electromagnetics and brain stimulation.Why choose Purdue? Purdue is excellent in all engineering disciplines and it has a collaborative environment.Veeraraghava Raju HastiResearch assistant professorMechanical Engineeringvhasti@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Purdue UniversityTeaching interests: Experiential learning, application of artificial intelligence in engineering and physical sciences, multidisciplinary approach for problem solving, thermal sciences.Research interests: Artificial intelligence, machine learning, autonomous systems, data sciences, sustainable development, energy, propulsion.Why choose Purdue? A great place for cutting-edge research, good experimental facilities, research collaborations across the campus, friendly atmosphere, high-quality teaching and talented students. Tom IseleyClinical professorCivil Engineeringdiseley@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Louisiana Tech University, where I had served as a full tenured professor of civil engineering.Teaching interests: Heavy civil engineering and construction-related courses.Research interests: My research focus will on developing and managing underground space. This includes several aspects of tunnels and utility engineering including subsurface utility engineering, pipeline condition assessment and intrgrity management, and asset management.Why choose Purdue? I decided to choose Purdue University because it will provide a greater opportunity to impact students by increasing their awareness of the challenges facing the future of our global underground. infrastructure. I believe that I can have an influence on expanding Purdue's global leadership in areas dealing with underground infrastructure.Kwang Taik KimResearch assistant professorElectrical and Computer Engineeringkimkt@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Purdue University Teaching interests: Digital communications and signal processing, wireless communication networks, information and coding theory, signals and systems, probability and statistics.Research interests: Wireless communications, information and coding theory, large-scale distributed computing, edge networking and computing, and machine learning.Why choose Purdue? Excellent research support and collaboration with both academia and industry at Purdue.Tian LiAssistant professorMechanical Engineeringtianli@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of Maryland, College ParkTeaching interests: Materials, manufacturing, heat transfer, nanotechnology.Research interests: Light and thermal management, sustainable energy, materials innovation, wearable technology.Why choose Purdue? I liked the university. Aaron LottesAssociate professor of engineering practiceBiomedical Engineeringlottes@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? I am coming to Purdue from Cook Research (part of Cook Medical) in West Lafayette, where I spent the past 13 years working on drug-device combination products to help patients with peripheral artery disease.Teaching interests: My teaching goals are to infuse regulatory science knowledge throughout the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering to help improve the translational process of bringing new discoveries and new medical products from research to clinical use and ultimately to regulatory approval and commercial availability for the benefit of patients. I am also interested in the role that experiential learning may have in improving regulatory science education.Research interests: My research interests revolve around the role of regulatory and clinical science to optimize the development, evaluation, and approval of medical devices and drug/device/biologic combination products. Particular areas of focus include global harmonization of clinical evidence development and regulatory review processes to help patients and clinicians around the world have “better, faster, cheaper” access to new medical products; the collection and use of real-world evidence to support product development and evaluation, regulatory approval, and clinical decision making; encouragement for pragmatic clinical trial designs and efficient use of clinical and regulatory resources; and increasing patient input into the medical device research and development process. Why choose Purdue? I joined the Purdue faculty to share the knowledge and experiences that I have gained during my time working in the medical device industry with future biomedical engineers and regulatory scientists, as well as with our faculty, staff, and collaborators.Joseph MakinAssistant professorElectrical and Computer Engineeringjgmakin@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of California, San Francisco (Center for Integrative Neuroscience)Teaching interests: Computational neuroscience, machine learning, control theory.Research interests: Computational neuroscience, brain-machine interfaces.Why choose Purdue? I chose Purdue to work with its extremely talented faculty and students.Ajay MalsheR. Eugene and Susie E. Goodson Distinguished professorMechanical Engineering email@example.comFrom where are you coming? University of Arkansas Teaching interests: Materials, manufacturing, bio-inspired designs, nanotechnology, social innovations, entrepreneurship, leadership.Research interests: Materials, manufacturing, mechanical systems, extreme frugal engineering for social equality, manufacturing in space, agriculture and food manufacturing. Why choose Purdue? To make a world-class impact on social equality through STEAM.Cornelius MasukuAssociate professor of engineering practiceChemical Engineeringcmasuku@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? From Carnegie Mellon UniversityTeaching interests: Process design.Research interests: Process intensification.Why choose Purdue? There is a strong process system engineering group that works well with the experimental catalysis group in my area of interest in energy and sustainability.Sogand Mohammadhasanzadeh (Hasanzadeh)Assistant professorCivil Engineeringsogandm@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Virginia TechTeaching interests: Construction safety, risk management, cyber-physical-human systems, and data science. My teaching philosophy is to integrate cooperative learning, active learning, and problem-based learning. Research interests: My research interests are construction safety, decision making, human factor, human-machine interaction,and risk management. More specifically, my research experience focuses on advancing smart construction safety and building smart communities through the application of cyber-physical-human systems, VR/AR/MR, wearable technologies, and data analytics. Why choose Purdue? I chose to join Purdue's community in part due to the exceptional resources that make Purdue University a unique environment to implement the construction-related research initiatives that I will develop. Purdue's excellent and renowned body of students, as well as the interdisciplinary research of its faculties and colleges, attest to Purdue University’s exceptional atmosphere for pioneering studies. More importantly, Purdue's diverse research centers make it a prominent leader in conducting transdisciplinary and inter-institutional research.Andrew OtteResearch assistant professorBiomedical Engineeringaotte@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? PurdueTeaching interests: Drug delivery, regulatory affairs.Research interests: Drug delivery/controlled drug release.Why choose Purdue? World-class research institution.Toyya PujolAssistant professorIndustrial Engineeringtpujol@purdue.eduJunjie QinAssistant professorElectrical and Computer Engineeringqin164@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? UC BerkeleyTeaching interests: Power systems.Research interests: Power systems.Why choose Purdue? Great research environment.Santiago Torres-AriasAssistant professorElectrical and Computer Engineeringsantiagotorres@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? New York UniversityTeaching interests: Software/hardware system security, operating systems, open source software, privacy.Research interests: Software supply chain security, os security, privacy, security education.Why choose Purdue? All the people I met are great, and I love Purdue's commitment to innovation, education and diversity.Mirian Velay-LizancosAssistant professorCivil Engineeringmvelayli@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Before joining Purdue, I was a research postdoctoral engineer at the Automotive Technology Centre of Galicia (), testing engineering department.Teaching interests: Engineering materials.Research interests: Durability of materials, sustainable materials, forensic engineering and cementitious composite properties. Why choose Purdue? Purdue is a top university, especially in Engineering. The civil engineering school is very strong, and it has a great reputation around the world, and we have exceptional faculty and students. Yi XieAssistant professorNuclear Engineeringxie90@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? A distinguished postdoc and R&D scientist at Idaho National Laboratory, PhD at The Ohio State University, bachelor at University of Science and Technology of ChinaTeaching interests: Nuclear materials.Research interests: Materials degradation in extreme environments, nuclear fuel, high-temperature sintering, advanced manufacturing, materials characterization.Dianyun ZhangAssistant professorAeronautics and Astronauticsdianyun@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of ConnecticutTeaching interests: Aerospace structures; mechanics of composites; composites design.Research interests: Composites manufacturing, modeling, and design.Why choose Purdue? Purdue is a prestigious university with strong engineering programs. I am also very excited to join the Composites Manufacturing and Simulation Center, which provides me with rich resources for my research and teaching.Davide ZivianiAssistant professorMechanical Engineeringdziviani@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Purdue University Teaching interests: Thermodynamics, thermal systems, HVAC.Research interests: Advanced heat pumping and energy conversion systems.Why choose Purdue? Great combination of academic life (teaching, research, students, faculty, labs) and community.HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCESMary AjuwonClinical assistant professorNursingaajuwon@purdue.eduTeaching interests: Medsurg.Research interests: Self-management of Type 2 diabetes.Why choose Purdue? Teaching and research possibilities.Jim AmellClinical associate professorPublic Healthjamell@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of Minnesota DuluthTeaching interests: Public health field education, social determinants of health.Research interests: Community-based participatory research, photovoice, men's health and mental health.Why choose Purdue? To join a dynamic Department of Public Health and the opportunity to return to a top Big Ten, land-grant university.Tara BehrendAssociate professorPsychological Sciencestbehrend@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? I was previously at The George Washington University from 2009 to 2020.Teaching interests: I teach a variety of courses in industrial and organizational psychology, including Selection, Training, and The Future of Work.Research interests: My research has to do with how we use technology in the workplace to learn, perform, and make decisions. Recent projects concern the use of virtual reality for career and technical skill development, and the use and consequences of electronic means of surveillance.Why choose Purdue? I believe strongly in the mission of the land-grant university and I am excited to join a group of brilliant and wonderful colleagues, many of whom I have admired for years.Eugene ChanAssociate professorHospitality and Tourism Managementeychan@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Monash UniversityTeaching interests: Consumer psychology, advertising, decision making, negotiations.Research interests: Behavioral economics, judgment and decision making, consumer psychology, political psychology, health psychology.Why choose Purdue? The college town atmosphere of West Lafayette.Rachel ClarkClinical assistant professorNutrition Sciencerachelclark@purdue.eduTeaching interests: Experiential teaching, specifically in nutrition counseling and sports nutrition.Why choose Purdue? I have been at Purdue as professional staff and continuing lecturer since 2001.Julian GallegosClinical associate professor/director, Doctor of Nursing Practice ProgramNursingjlgalleg@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Touro University Califorina/ NorthBay HealthcareTeaching interests: I enjoy teaching advanced practice clinicians, primarily nurse practitioners. I enjoy teaching advanced pathophysiology, advanced pharmacology, and advanced health assessment. I also have interest in teaching men's health.Research interests: My major areas of research are the pathophysiology of the development of diabetes in vulnerable groups along with the effects of testosterone replacement therapy in men with primary hypogonadism. Why choose Purdue? I chose to join the faculty at Purdue because as an undergraduate student I promised myself that once I obtained my PhD I would return to Purdue to give back what I had learned while attending Purdue.Laura HawkinsClinical assistant professorNursinglhawkin@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Promotion from continuing lecturer at PurdueTeaching interests: Psychiatric nursing.Research interests: Trauma effects and recovery.Why choose Purdue? Great teaching opportunity.Shinyong (Shawn) JungAssistant professorHospitality and Tourism Managementsyjung@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Metropolitan State University of DenverTeaching interests: Event and meeting management.Research interests: Event and meeting management.Why choose Purdue? Reputation of the university.Jiyun KangAssociate professorHospitality and Tourism Managementjiyunkang@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Worked at Texas State UniversityTeaching interests: Consumer behavior, research methods, sustainability.Research interests: Sustainability from the consumer behavior perspective, corporate social responsibility, consumer well-being.Why choose Purdue? Great fit and opportunities for research and working with graduate students.Sarah KaralunasAssistant professorPsychological Sciencesskaralunas@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Oregon Health & Science UniversityTeaching interests: Neuropsychology, developmental psychopathology.Research interests: ADHD, emotion-cognition interactions.Why choose Purdue? I'm excited to join an engaged group of faculty, who are smart, engaged, and supportive.Lydia KruseClinical assistant professorSpeech, Language, and Hearing Scienceslrkruse@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Franciscan Health, Indianapolis; The Voice Clinic of IndianaTeaching interests: Voice and upper airway disorders, transgender voice therapy, fluency disorders.Research interests: Voice and upper airway disorders.Why choose Purdue? As a proud alum of the Purdue SLHS master's degree program, I am thrilled to return now as a faculty member. I hope to build upon the incredible foundation here and create new opportunities for our students to learn. Aaron LawryAssistant professor, Consumer ScienceHospitality and Tourism Managementclawry@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of ConnecticutTeaching interests: Consumer behavior, e-commerce, international retailing.Research interests: Retail innovation and shopping behavior.Why choose Purdue? The Division of Consumer Science is the perfect setting for conducting my research and teaching future thought leaders in retail, fashion, and sales management.Laura MoffatClinical assistant professorNursinglmoffat@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? IU Health Arnett HospitalTeaching interests: Evidence-based practice, medical-surgical nursing, statistics.Research interests: The use of machine learning (artificial neural networks) to predict in-hospital cardiac arrest.Why choose Purdue? To mentor the next generation of nurses and to teach at the best School of Nursing in Indiana!Eric PalmerClinical assistant professorNursingehpalmer@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Purdue UniversityTeaching interests: Public health nursing.Research interests: Disaster nursing in elderly population.Why choose Purdue? Great reputation for elderly health and research.Kimberly PorterClinical assistant professorNursingporter47@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Center for Healthy LivingTeaching interests: I enjoy the opportunity to teach and mentor students into becoming future bedside caregivers and leaders.Research interests: Two of my family members have autism spectrum disorder (ASD), which sparked my research focus on primary care for those on the spectrum.Why choose Purdue? Purdue’s program is fantastic because all Nursing faculty and staff are supportive and willing to help the students. They are internationally recognized for their achievements, but they will take the time to help you grow and develop. You couldn’t ask for a better group of nurses to help you achieve your dreams.Melissa RobertsonAssistant professorPsychological Sciencesrobertmm@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of GeorgiaTeaching interests: Research methods, occupational health psychology, relationships at work.Research interests: Mentoring, the work-family interface, occupational health.Why choose Purdue? I felt it was a place where I would be supported by my colleagues and where I could be productive.Allison SchaserAssistant professor Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciencesaschaser@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? I recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Neurology department at Oregon Health & Science University focused on understanding the pathophysiology of age-related synucleinopathies like Parkinson disease (PD) and dementia with lewy bodies (DLB). Teaching interests: Based on my previous teaching, clinical, and research experiences, I am looking forward to teaching courses related to anatomy and physiology of the speech mechanism, motor speech disorders, normal and disordered voice and swallowing, and research methods. These courses require sound knowledge of the anatomic and physiologic underpinnings of the sensorimotor system, as well as an understanding of the literature, and are inherently tied to the promotion of critical thinking skills and application to clinical populations.Research interests: The goal of my research is to merge clinical issues, animal behavior, and exploration of pathology in the cranial sensorimotor system to characterize and treat voice, communication, and swallowing deficits in age-related synucleinopathies.Why choose Purdue? I am certain that the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University will provide an excellent environment for discovery and collaboration. It is my belief that it will be the perfect place to accomplish my goal of establishing a highly productive, translational, and nationally recognized research laboratory. Kristen SwartzellClinical associate professorNursingklswartz@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Acute Hospital nursing Teaching interests: Adult health, essentials of nursing practice.Research interests: Informal caregivers and gerontology.Why choose Purdue? As a Purdue alumna, I wanted to support future Purdue nurses as they start their careers. Rachel TiefelClinical assistant professorNursingrtiefel@purdue.eduHONORS COLLEGEAnish VanaikClinical associate professorHonors Collegeavanaik@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Jindal Global University, IndiaTeaching interests: Interdisciplinary courses centered on social science themesResearch interests: Urban history and political communicationWhy choose Purdue? Brilliant students and wonderful colleagues. I've learned a lot about teaching and research from each of them.LIBERAL ARTSPedro BassoeAssistant professor School of Languages and Cultures firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom where are you coming? University of California, BerkeleyTeaching interests: I teach Japanese literature of all eras, film, and visual culture. In addition to content, I am especially interested in helping students to develop strong writing and critical thinking skills.Research interests: Text and image studies, visuality, illustration, Japanese literature in a global perspective, Japan-Latin American literary connections, science fiction and fantasy literature in Japan.Why choose Purdue? I was impressed by the strong research and publication record of the language faculty, as well as the friendliness of everyone I met during the interview. I also found the Lafayette area to be charming, welcoming, and diverse.Ashley BelletAssistant professorTheatrebellet@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of Wisconsin-Madison Teaching interests: Theatrical design and aesthetics, material culture, historical craft, and fashion design.Research interests: Practice as research, practical pedagogy, material aesthetics and craft technologies.Why choose Purdue? I felt a wonderful community focused on inclusion and exploration. Colleagues to admire, a liberal arts education, and a group of students who dream big.Laura BittnerAssistant professor of practice Design, Art, and Performance email@example.comTeaching interests: Design for the aging population, lighting, materials and finishes for the interior environment. Research interests: Same.Why choose Purdue? Reputation of the design department.Charlie CatalanoAssistant professor of practice Brian Lamb School of Communicationccatalan@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? HertzTeaching interests: Public relations.Research interests: Public relations.Why choose Purdue? I earned my doctorate from Purdue and want to teach and inspire future Boilermakers!Toni DeAztlan SmithAssistant professor of practiceBrian Lamb School of Communicationdeaztlan@purdue.eduJoshua DoyleAssistant professorSociologydoylejf@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Duke UniversityTeaching interests: Sociology, social psychology, culture and cooperation, environmental sociology.Research interests: Social psychology, social trust, cultural sociology, cooperation.Why choose Purdue? Purdue's commitment as an R1 university to research. I also am a Hoosier and the prospect of returning to my home state was exciting to me.Brandon JacksonAssociate professorSociologybajackso@purdue.eduJonathan LandeAssistant professorHistoryjlande@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Weber State UniversityTeaching interests: American history.Research interests: Civil War American and African American history.Why choose Purdue? Commitment to research and teaching.Kali RubaiiAssistant professorAnthropologyjrubaii@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of California, DavisTeaching interests: Ethnographic methods, critical thinking, critical analysis of power.Research interests: Critical security studies, environment, Middle East, culture and power.Jennifer ScheuerAssistant professor Design, Art, and Performance firstname.lastname@example.orgJoan TimonedaAssistant professorPolitical Sciencetimoneda@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Duke UniversityTeaching interests: Authoritarian regimes, democratic backsliding, big data methods.Research interests: Authoritarian regimes, democratic backsliding, big data methods.William WhiteClinical professor Historywhite660@purdue.eduLIBRARIES AND INFORMATION STUDIESAnnette BochenekAssistant professorLSIS, business info email@example.comFrom where are you coming? Barrington Area Library, Arlington Heights Memorial Library, and Turner Classic MoviesTeaching interests: Business, library, and information science courses. I also have a great deal of prior experience teaching English and film courses, in addition to freelance presentations I offer in relation to classic cinema.Research interests: At Purdue, I would like to focus on researching how scholarly communities are built. I am also interested in studying materiality in relation to the numinous experience, as a wide variety of new media formats continue to be circulated and accessed.Why choose Purdue? I am excited about the wonderful research opportunities that Purdue has to offer and to work with an accomplished group of faculty members. I have always had the goal of working in academia and teaching in the collegiate setting and am eager to contribute my research to the field of librarianship.Mark PuenteAssociate deanLibraries firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom where are you coming? Association of Research LibrariesTeaching interests: Diversity, equity, inclusion; information science. Research interests: Organization development; equity.Why choose Purdue? Reputation of faculty and institution.Gang ShaoAssistant professorSchool of Information Studiesgshao@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Postdoctoral research associate at Michigan State University Teaching interests: Data science, data management, python programming, and geospatial analysis.Research interests: Data science education; machine learning with text, image, and geospatial data.Why choose Purdue? Purdue is a national leader in data science education and research. It's my honor to join the faculty at Purdue University and make contributions to the university-level Integrative Data Science Initiative and college-level data science majors, minors and certificate programs.MANAGEMENTTongseok LimAssistant professorManagementLim336@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? ShanghaiTech UniversityTeaching interests: Mathematical optimization and applied probability.Research interests: Mathematical optimization and applied probability.Why choose Purdue? At Purdue I will be able to apply and expand my study into operations research and management via collaboration with excellent faculty members.Yixuan LiuAssistant professorManagementliu3179@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? The University of Texas at AustinTeaching interests: Management information systems; business analytics.Research interests: Digital platforms; sharing economy; health care analytics.Why choose Purdue? Tremendous support and opportunities to collaborate with active researchers and industry partners; well-developed academic programs to help students become business leaders.Gary MercadoClinical assistant professorManagementmercadov@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of IndianapolisTeaching interests: Applied statistics/analytics courses.Research interests: Statistical process monitoring , business analytics and nonparametric and robust statistical inference.Why choose Purdue? It has such a vibrant environment that enables faculty to do their best work.Kasie RobersonClinical assistant professor Managementroberso7@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Purdue UniversityTeaching interests: Managerial communications, leadership and strategic communication, crisis communications.Research interests: leadership and strategic communication, crisis communications.Why choose Purdue? I am excited about teaching in the Krannert School of Management and sharing my expertise with many of its outstanding students.Hojun SeoAssistant professor Managementseo92@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? National University of SingaporeTeaching interests: Corporate accounting.Research interests: Financial accounting, corporate disclosure policies, compensation contracting.Why choose Purdue? Great colleagues and research environment.Elchin SuleymanovAssistant professorEconomicsesuleyma@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? I am joining Purdue from the University of Michigan, where I received my Ph.D. in economics. Teaching interests: My main teaching interests are in microeconomic theory, behavioral economics and mathematical economics. Research interests: My main research interests are in microeconomic theory, behavioral economics and decision theory. Most of my research deal with decision making under bounded rationality such as non-Bayesian updating, reference-dependent choice, and limited attention.Why choose Purdue? I believe that Purdue University is the best place for me to pursue my research. I am extremely happy to join Purdue. Philip ThompsonAssistant professorManagementthompsp@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of CambridgeTeaching interests: Statistics and optimization.Research interests: Statistics and optimization.Why choose Purdue? Purdue is a world-class university.Yichen ZhangAssistant professorManagementzhang@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? New York UniversityTeaching interests: Machine learning, theoretical statistics.Research interests: Modern statistical inference and learning.PHARMACYOmolola Adeoye-OlatundeAssistant professor Pharmacy Practiceadeoyeo@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Purdue University Teaching interests: My current teaching interests include the provision of community-based preventive health services, policy, and the conduct of qualitative/mixed-methods research.Research interests: Examining drivers of pharmacy workforce readiness to support the effective and equitable provision of community-based preventive health services to diverse older adults living with chronic conditions. Drivers of interest include 1) pharmacist/support staff characteristics and practices, 2) policy implications, 3) health information technology, and 4) social determinants of health.Why choose Purdue? I chose to join faculty at Purdue University primarily because I believe Purdue will provide an environment conducive to 1. conducting and being successful in my area of research and teaching, 2. meeting my family needs, and 3. optimizing diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives within the College of Pharmacy and the pharmacy profession.Ryan AltmanAssociate professorMedicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacologyraaltman@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of KansasTeaching interests: Whatever the department needs.Research interests: Synthetic organic and medicinal chemistry.Why choose Purdue? Awesome research environment and great colleagues.POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTEDon BarnesAssistant professor of practiceAviation and Transportation Technology email@example.comFrom where are you coming? I was the SATT research technician before becoming faculty.Teaching interests: Avionics/aircraft electrical systems.Research interests: Avionics.Why choose Purdue? I was the SATT research technician and was asked to teach a class two years ago. Since then, I have taught three classes a semester! And I love to teach!Soowon ChangAssistant professorConstruction Management Technologychang776@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? I graduated PhD in Georgia Tech prior to joining Purdue.Teaching interests: Digital smart construction and sustainable built environment.Research interests: Smart and connected communities.Why choose Purdue? Purdue Polytechnic Institute has a unique setting of multidisciplinary research and teaching that can foster students and lead forthcoming innovations in society.Farid El BreidiAssistant professorEngineering Technologybreidi@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of Southern IndianaTeaching interests: Fluid power systems, modeling and design of dynamic systems, and other engineering courses.Research interests: Smart fluid power systems and mechanical engineering design.Why choose Purdue? Purdue University is nationally and internationally recognized, the faculty do high-impact research and excellent teaching, beautiful campus, wonderful colleagues in the department, and the position perfectly matches my career interests.Dongming GanAssistant professorEngineering Technologydgan@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Khalifa University, UAE Teaching interests: Mechanical design, computational modeling and analysis.Research interests: Robotics.Why choose Purdue? Its engineering and technology quality/reputation.Tawfiq SalemClinical assistant professor Computer and Information Technologytsalem@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Miami University, OhioTeaching interests: Computer programming courses.Research interests: Computer vision and machine learning.Why choose Purdue? Purdue is a well-known university.Rua WilliamsAssistant professor Computer Graphics Technology firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom where are you coming? Graduated from the University of Florida Teaching interests: Critical disability studies and critical race studies in engineering and design.Research interests: Research ethics, technology ethics, design justice, Criptechnoscience. Why choose Purdue? I'm very excited about the User Experience Design Program and its potential to develop critical designers that can create ethical and equitable technologies that resist systemic oppression. Tracy YotherAssistant professor Aviation and Transportation Technology email@example.comSCIENCEJordan AwanAssistant professorStatisticsjawan@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Penn State UniversityTeaching interests: Mathematical statistics.Research interests: Data privacy, nonparametric statistics.Why choose Purdue? Good research environment and location.Kamyar AzizzadenesheliAssistant professorComputer Sciencekamyar@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? CaltechTeaching interests: Learning with students.Research interests: Machine learning, learning theory, applied mathematics.Why choose Purdue? Two of the reasons were Purdue's leading figure and its initiatives.Arnab BanerjeeAssistant professorPhysics and Astronomyarnabb@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Oak Ridge National LaboratoryTeaching interests: Statistical physics, interconnect various fields.Research interests: Quantum statistics and experiments.Why choose Purdue? Great respect for my science and technology interests.Hisham BenotmanAssistant professor of practiceComputer Sciencehbenotma@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Portland State UniversityTeaching interests: Databases and information retrieval.Research interests: CS education, information retrieval, and databases.Why choose Purdue? Purdue offers great resources to support both teaching and research. The large body of students and faculty members at Purdue creates a plenty of opportunities for collaborations.Ali BramsonAssistant professorEarth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciencesbramsona@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary LaboratoryTeaching interests: Undergraduate and graduate-level classes in planetary science, research skills, spacecraft data analysis and mission development/operations.Research interests: Planetary surface processes, ice in the solar system, spacecraft observations, radar remote sensing.Why choose Purdue? Excellence in research; growth and dedicated commitment to planetary sciences, making Purdue EAPS a top institution for planetary sciences and the ability to attract top graduate students; exciting, vibrant faculty to interact within my new department; lots of opportunities for collaborating with other departments, including engineering; great location (Big Ten sports!) and cost of living.Rolando de SantiagoAssistant professorMathematicsdesantir@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? UCLATeaching interests: Functional analysis, linear algebra, analysis.Research interests: Operator algebras, dynamical systems.Why choose Purdue? Purdue's Department of Mathematics and its functional analysis community offers me an excellent opportunity for research in my field. The department also is host to The Math Alliance, allowing me to continue my outreach efforts to cultivate a community of mathematicians that actively strives to create a diverse workforce. Jonathan DelphAssistant professorEarth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciencesjdelph@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of Arizona, PhD; Rice University, postdoctoral fellow; University of Oregon, postdoctoral fellowTeaching interests: I enjoy teaching the details and fundamentals of the evolution of the solid earth, ways to quantify different characteristics of the Earth, and why it differs from other terrestrial bodies in our solar system. The surface of the Earth is dynamic and complex (e.g., Why do mountains form? Where are volcanoes likely to occur? Why are the Great Plains so much flatter than the Rockies?), but many of the processes can be simplified in an intuitive and qualitative way, which provides a foundation from which to test ideas quantitatively.Research interests: My research involves taking the equivalent of a CT-scan of the Earth. I primarily focus on subduction zones, where large hazardous earthquakes and volcanoes are an ever-present threat. Understanding the internal workings of the Earth and linking that to phenomena we can observe at the surface is my primary research interest.Why choose Purdue? The Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences is exploding in size, expertise, and skill. The innovative ideas and enthusiasm of the faculty in the department, along with the immense computational capacity available for research, made joining Purdue an easy decision.Tamal DeyProfessorComputer Sciencetamaldey@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Ohio State UniversityTeaching interests: Algorithms, computational geometry, computational topology.Research interests: Topological data analysis, computational geometry, shape and data analysis.Why choose Purdue? It provides a top-notch environment for computational science.Jonathan HoodAssistant professorChemistryhoodjd@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Harvard UniversityTeaching interests: Quantum mechanics.Research interests: Ultracold chemistry and quantum information.Christopher JanjigianAssistant professorMathematicscjanjigi@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of UtahTeaching interests: I am happy to teach anything in mathematics, but I particularly enjoy teaching introductory probability. Research interests: My research is currently mainly focused on the infinite volume structure of random walks in random potentials. This model is connected to a many interesting things happening in probability today and in particular to the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang universality class. I am also interested in related topics like stochastic partial differential equations and interacting particle systems.Why choose Purdue? Purdue has an excellent mathematics department with a strong probability group.Daniel LeAssistant professorMathematics firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom where are you coming? University of TorontoTeaching interests: I enjoy teaching linear algebra and look forward to teaching classes I haven’t taught before.Research interests: My research interest are in number theory and related fields.Why choose Purdue? Because of the exciting research being done by my colleagues and the talented and dedicated students I will teach and mentor.Pan LiAssistant professorComputer Sciencepanli@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Stanford UniversityTeaching interests: Optimization and scientific computation. Research interests: Optimization and machine learning on graphs.Why choose Purdue? Purdue University is prestigious, where I may find a group of great colleagues to work with. Dennis LinDistinguished professor/HeadStatisticsdkjlin@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Penn State University.Teaching interests: Statistics.Research interests: Data science.Mia LiuAssistant professor Physics and Astronomyliu3173@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Fermi national lab Teaching interests: Undergrad and grad physics classes, machine learning basics, experimental methods. Research interests: Uncover new fundamental physics at colliders; advance instrumentation capability with machine learning. Why choose Purdue? Rich opportunities in interdisciplinary research. Ruichao MaAssistant professorPhysics and Astronomymaruichao@purdue.eduHatef MonajemiAssistant professorStatistics email@example.comFrom where are you coming? Stanford UniversityTeaching interests: Data science, high-dimensional statistics, cloud computing.Research interests: Sparsity, machine learning, high-dimensional classification, massive computational experiments, medical imaging, finance.Why choose Purdue? Purdue’s leading role in data science.Sam NarimanAssistant professorMathematicssnariman@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of CopenhagenTeaching interests: I am interested in teaching wide range of course to undergraduates and teaching topic courses around topology to graduate students. Research interests: In general, I am interested in geometric topology and algebraic topology and in particular geometric structures on manifolds and their symmetries.Why choose Purdue? Purdue has a long tradition in topology and geometry and now has a very active group in topology. It would be my pleasure to contribute to this tradition. Stephanie OlsonAssistant professorEarth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciencesstephanieolson@purdue.eduAlex PsomasAssistant professorComputer Scienceapsomas@purdue.eduMike SoriAssistant professorEarth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciencesmsori@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of ArizonaTeaching interests: Planetary science, solar system exploration, planetary geophysics.Research interests: Planetary science, geophysics and surface processes.Why choose Purdue? Quickly becoming elite institution for my subfield (planetary science).Irena SwansonProfessor and department headMathematicsirena@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Reed CollegeResearch interests: Commutative algebra.Shiliang TianAssistant professorChemistrysltian@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Stanford UniversityTeaching interests: Bioinorganic chemistry and spectroscopy.Research interests: Metals in neurobiology.Why choose Purdue? World-class colleagues, innovative research and talented students.Oleksandr TsymbaliukAssistant professorMathematicsotsymbal@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Yale UniversityResearch interests: Representation theory.Jukka VayrynenAssistant professorPhysics and Astronomyjvayryne@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? I will be coming from Santa Barbara, California, where I've spent the last three years as a postdoctoral researcher in the Microsoft quantum computing group. Before that, I obtained my PhD at Yale University on the East Coast. Originally I come from Finland, where I also did my undergrad!Teaching interests: Purdue has a very strong reputation in engineering and science, and thus I'm very much looking forward to teaching Purdue students in their studies of physics and applied physics. In particular I'm excited about teaching the emerging field of quantum information science, which lies at the intersection of basic and applied science and engineering. Research interests: My research is in the field of quantum information science -- a rapidly growing area with the aim to develop new kind of information technologies by using the power of quantum mechanics. More specifically, I am a theoretical condensed matter physicist interested in developing the theory needed for future and current quantum hardware. Why choose Purdue? The Purdue physics department is world-class with many faculty sharing common interests to mine. Also the university has vision and drive to push quantum information science forward. Jianguo WangAssistant professorComputer Sciencecsjgwang@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? AmazonTeaching interests: Databases and big data.Research interests: Database systems: cloud-native database; database for modern hardware; database for emerging applications.Why choose Purdue? A top computer science school in the U.S., and database research at Purdue fits very well with my research interests.Lei WangAssistant professorEarth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Scienceswanglei@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Harvard UniversityTeaching interests: Atmospheric dynamics.Research interests: Large-scale geophysical fluid dynamics.Why choose Purdue? Vibrant research environment and amazing students, staff, and faculty.Ning WeiAssistant professorMathematicswei307@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Purdue UniversityTeaching interests: Alegbra, analysis, mathbio.Research interests: Mathematical physiology, circadian clock and fluid dynamics.Why choose Purdue? Purdue is great.Xiaotao YangAssistant professorEarth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciencesxtyang@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Harvard UniversityTeaching interests: Earthquakes, volcanoes, and the Earth's interior structure.Research interests: I.ntraplate seismicity, structure and evolution of intracratonic basins and uplifts, dynamics of subduction systems, and improvements in seismic data processing methods.Why choose Purdue? Collaborate with brilliant researchers on exciting topics that advance our understanding of the Earth as a system and pass along my passion in Earth sciences to the next generation scientists through teaching.Chi ZhangAssistant professorChemistryzhan2017@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignTeaching interests: Chemical Imaging, microscopy.Research interests: Coherent Raman microscopy, label-free imaging, analytical instrumentation.Why choose Purdue? Purdue Chemistry is a great place to work, strong analytical chemistry background, excellent colleagues. I worked here before. Bingxin ZhaoAssistant professorStatisticsbingxin@purdue.eduVETERINARY MEDICINEMelinda AndersonClinical assistant professor Basic Medical Sciencesandersmj@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? HereTeaching interests: Clinical pharmacology for the practicing veterinarian and veterinary technician Research interests: Treatments to mitigate the morbidity and mortality of sepsis, opportunities for veterinary clinical pharmacists to improve patient care and outcomes, and lastly the impact of the opioid crisis on veterinarians Why choose Purdue? I have worked for Purdue since 2006 as a registered veterinary technician. In 2014 I went back to school to become a pharmacist. The Purdue Veterinary Hospital staff and faculty are like family, and i feel so honored to be able to work as a faculty member in the college I consider to be the best of the best.Wendy BeauvaisAssistant professorComparative Pathobiologywendybeauvais@From where are you coming? Cornell UniversityTeaching interests: Veterinary epidemiology and public health.Research interests: Mathematical modeling and infectious disease epidemiology. Why choose Purdue? The opportunity to pursue high-quality collaborative research and to engage with both veterinary students and other undergraduate and postgraduate students from wide-ranging academic backgrounds.Chad BrownClinical associate professor Veterinary Medicine administration firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom where are you coming? Mountwest Community & Technical College Teaching interests: Veterinary nursing. Why choose Purdue? I joined the faculty at Purdue to help a greater number of future veterinary nurses reach their goals. The Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine is always leading the way in progressive veterinary medicine. I wanted to be a part of that!Adam KimbroughAssistant professorBasic Medical Scienceskimbroua@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? University of California, San DiegoTeaching interests: NeuroscienceResearch interests: Substance use disorders, neurodegeneration, and mental health disordersWhy choose Purdue? The collegial environment for research and teachingGeoffrey LossieClinical assistant professorComparative Pathobiologyglossie@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Ohio State UniversityTeaching interests: Poultry medicine.Research interests: Poultry diagnostics.Ellen LoweryProfessorVeterinary Medicine administration email@example.comFrom where are you coming? Kansas State UniversityTeaching interests: Professional development and leadership.Research interests: Organizational behavior, professional student education in a clinical setting.Why choose Purdue? Opportunity to join a university with a strong reputation for excellence combined with position of leading the Purdue Veterinary Hospital. Jessica OgdenClinical assistant professorVeterinary Clinical Sciencesjaogden@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Prior to this, I had a mix of academic and private practice experience, most recently doing locum work.Teaching interests: I enjoy helping veterinary students take their classroom knowledge and apply it to real-life clinical cases.Research interests: Examining current standards of care and ascertaining if there are better ways to inform clinical decision making.Why choose Purdue? The smaller class size at Purdue's veterinary school will allow me to really get to know my students and personalize their education. I am also very excited for the new hospital building. On a personal level, the Midwest and the Big Ten Conference are home to me.Nobuko Wakamatsu UtsukiClinical associate professorComparative Pathobiologynutsuki@purdue.eduFrom where are you coming? Louisiana State UniversityTeaching interests: Anatomic pathology.Research interests: Pathology, infectious diseases.Why choose Purdue? Great people. ................
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