William & Mary


Core faculty research interests include: nondestructive evaluation, robotics and medical imaging; epidemic modeling and non-linear dynamics; nanotechnology and thin films, surface science, electronic and magnetic materials science; physical and chemical properties and characterization of polymers; laser spectroscopy; solid state nuclear magnetic resonance; neurophysiology; computational neuroscience, and cell biology.

Applied Science research takes place both on and off campus. Facilities include the Beowulf-like SciClone parallel computing system, the solid state NMR spectroscopy laboratory, the NASA-Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC) and Technical Library, and the The Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab), including the Free Electron Laser (FEL) at Jefferson Lab, and the materials processing applications that are of particular interest to Applied Science.