Valeria La Saponara
Information theory, stochastic signal processing, machine learning and their applications.
J. Kent Leach
Cell-instructive biomaterials, understanding the local biophysical microenvironment, drug and gene delivery, application of in vivo imaging tools to monitor tissue formation.
Professor Lee’s research focuses on aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, rotorcraft noise, wind energy, and turbomachinery CFD . Aeroacoustics is a branch of fluid mechanics and aerodynamics, and it is defined as aerodynamically induced noise. Our lab is conducting mathematical, computational, and experimental research on fluid mechanics, aerodynamics, and aeroacoustics. Professor Lee worked at GE Global Research Center in New York for five years prior to joining UC Davis.
Yong Jae Lee
Professor Levitt conducts research in the areas of computer security, automated verification, and software engineering. With respect to computer security he is working on techniques to detect malicious code (viruses, worms, time bombs, etc.) in programs and to detect attempts to penetrate or misuse computer systems, especially computer networks. With respect to verification, he is applying an automated theorem prover (Higher Order Logic – HOL) to the verification of hardware and software systems, especially operating systems for safety-critical embedded systems. With respect to software engineering, he is working on new methods for testing programs that make use of heuristic techniques and methods for automating the generation of operating system code from templates.
Bernard C. Levy
Estimation, detection, statistical signal processing, signal processing for communications, equalization, space-time array processing, blind system identification, signal processing for A/D converter calibration. Multidimensional signal processing, imaging, and inverse problems.
Immuno-modulatory materials, stimuli-responsive materials, dendritic cell immunobiology, translational medicine, host immune system-material interactions, autoimmune disease therapy.
Stephen H. Lewis
Analog integrated circuits, data conversion, filters, and signal processing.
Professor Liu’s research areas include data-driven networking, mobile system resource management, resource allocation and scheduling mechanisms in wireless networks.
Frank J. Loge
The water-energy nexus, water and energy efficiency in urban and agriculture systems, sustainable building design, water reuse, conservation based water rate design, and data analytics.
Microstructural, phase, transport, and mechanical properties of biological membranes and lipid monolayers in viral infection, cell signaling and transport, alcohol tolerance, imaging, and drug delivery.
Molecular imaging, cellular imaging, development of diagnostic and therapeutic agents, magnetic resonance imaging, novel contrast agents.
rofessor Ludaescher’s primary research interests are in scientific data management, in particular scientific data integration, scientific workflow management, and knowledge-based (semantic) extensions thereof. He is also interested in foundations of databases, e.g., query languages and query rewriting.
N.C. Luhmann Jr.
Millimeter Wave Imaging, Vacuum Microelectronics, Phased Array Antennas, Microwave Tube Design, High Power Microwave Sources, Free Electron Lasers, Plasma Physics, Wave-Plasma Interactions, Ultrashort Pulse Electronics, High Power Millimeter Wave Sources, Millimeter Wave Quasi-Optical Grid Arrays, Laser Diagnostics, RF Accelerators, Advanced Light Sources, , Gyrotrons, MEMS , Cancer Diagnostics and Treatment.
Jay R. Lund
Systems analysis in water resources and environment planning and management.