The following faculty are currently active in the IAS Ph.D. program:
|Gerardo Camilo||Dept. of Biology||Tropical ecology, landscape ecology, community ecology of forest insects.|
|Thomas Crawford||Center for Sustainability||Theoretical and applied investigations of topics centered on geospatial analysis of human-environment interactions and sustainability issues.|
|Damon Hall||Center for Sustainability||Policy, Social science, sustainability science, water.|
|Jack Kennell||Dept. of Biology||Molecular biology, genomic evolution.|
|Istvan Kiss||Dept of Chemistry||Chemical nonlinear dynamics, synchronization dynamics of rhythmic electrochemical systems.|
|Jason Knouft||Dept. of Biology||Aquatic ecology, biogeogrpahy, GIS.|
|Irma Kuljanishvili||Dept. of Physics||Low dimensional nanomaterials: synthesis and characterization. Disorder in 2D systems, 1D wires and quantum dots (QD) devices.
|Richard Mayden||Dept. of Biology||Evolution, systematics, biodiversity.|
|Susan Spencer||Dept. of Biology||Cell and developmental biology.|
|David Wisbey||Dept. of Physics||Solid state neutron detectors, new materials for quantum computing.|
|Wasit Wulamu||Center for Sustainability||Remote sensing, GIS, Land-cover/Land-use change, precision agriculture and water resources, natural hazards.
|John Woolschlager||Center for Sustainability||Computer modeling of environmental systems to address pollution control, water quality improvement, and sustainability issues.|