Paul Alsing

Paul Alsing

Adjunct Professor, Physics and Engineering Physics

Research Physicist at Air Force Research Lab (retired)
505-681-4509
School of Science & Engineering

Education & Affiliations

Ph.D., University of Arkansas (1991)
Senior Research Physicist, Air Force Research Lab (2009-2023)

Biography

 

Recent Publications

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Research

Quantum Information
Quantum Computation
Quantum Entanglement
Geometry of Entanglement
Relativistic Quantum Information

Velencia Witherspoon

Velencia Witherspoon

Assistant Professor


School of Science & Engineering
Velencia Witherspoon

Office

526 Lindy Boggs Center
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Tulane University
New Orleans, LA 70118

Courses Taught

Fall

Spring
BMEN 6840: Medical Imaging Physics

Education & Affiliations

IRTA Postdoctoral Fellow, K99 Mosaic Fellow NIGMS – NIH, NICHD
University of California Berkeley – Ph.D. Chemical Engineering
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University – BASc Chemical Engineering

Biography

Research Interests

1.    Fabrication and materials characterization of model synthetic biomimetic systems embodying magnetic resonant, compositional, and structural features of the connective tissue ECM
2.    Application and Optimization of Multidimensional (MD) MRI Spectroscopy for quantification of observables in ex-vivo animal tissue models.
3.    Innovate and optimize LF instrument design for in-vivo preclinical studies of MSK connective tissue employing homogenous and inhomogeneous LF magnets paired with customized RF coil.


 

Jamiat Nanteza

Jamiat Nanteza

Visiting Assistant Professor

School of Science & Engineering
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Office

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Blessey Hall 101A
New Orleans, LA 70118

Courses Taught

EENS-4180/6180– Introduction to Remote sensing
EENS 1110 – Planet Earth
EENS 4300 – Groundwater Hydrology

Education & Affiliations

Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 2016
M.Sc., University of Reading, UK, 2008

Biography

Dr. Nanteza's research interests include Hydrology, The Water cycle in a changing climate, GRACE satellites, Land surface modelling, Groundwater sustainability, Drought, Water security and community adaptation, and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Recent Publications

Thomas, B. F., & Nanteza, J. (2023). Global assessment of the sensitivity of water storage to hydroclimatic variations. Science of The Total Environment, 879, 162958. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2023.162958

Nanteza J., Thomas B., Kisembe J., Nakabugo R., Mukwaya P.I., Rodell M (2022). A Google Earth-GIS based approach to examine the potential of the current rainwater harvesting practices to meet water demands in Mityana district, Uganda. PLOS Water 1(11): e0000045. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pwat.0000045

Hu, K. X., Awange, J. L., Kuhn, M., & Nanteza, J. (2021). Inference of the spatio-temporal variability and storage potential of groundwater in data-deficient regions through groundwater models and inversion of impact factors on groundwater, as exemplified by the Lake Victoria Basin. Science of The Total Environment, 800, 149355. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.149355

Li,B., Rodell M.,, Kumar S.,, Beaudoing H.K.,, Getirana A., Zaitchik F. B., de Goncalves G. L., Cossetin C., Bhanja S., Mukherjee A., Tian S., Tangdamrongsub N., Long D., Nanteza J., Lee J., Policelli F., Goni B. I., Daira D., Bila M., de Lannoy G., Mocko D., Steele-Dunne C. S., Save H., Bettadpur S (2019). Global GRACE data assimilation for groundwater and drought monitoring: advances and challenges. Water Resources Research, 55(9), 7564-7586. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018WR024618

Thomas, B. F., Caineta, J., & Nanteza, J. (2017). Global assessment of groundwater sustainability based on storage anomalies. Geophysical Research Letters, 44(22), 11-445. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017GL076005

Nanteza, J., de Linage, C. R., Thomas, B. F., & Famiglietti, J. S (2016). Monitoring groundwater storage changes in complex basement aquifers: An evaluation of the GRACE satellites over East Africa. Water Resources Research. https://doi.org/10.1002/2016WR018846

Matthew Dalva

Matthew Dalva

Presidential Chair, Director of the Tulane Brain Institute, and Professor of Cell and Molecular Biology

Office Address
202 Flower Hall, 6823 St. Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118
School of Science & Engineering
Dalva

Education & Affiliations

Duke University, Durham NC, 1996 Ph.D. Neurobiology

Biography

Research Interests

The Dalva laboratory is focused on understanding synaptic development and function. 

Yi Wang

Yi Wang

Assistant Professor

School of Science & Engineering
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Office

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Room 211 Blessey Hall
New Orleans, LA 70118

Education & Affiliations

Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2020
B.S., Xiamen University, 2015

Research

Dr. Wang's research interests include Marine Biogeochemistry, Paleoclimatology, Paleoceanography, Trace Metal Cycling, and Isotope Geochemistry.

Recent Publications

R. F. Phillips* (student mentee), Y. Wang, F. Klein, G. Farfan, C. M. Ostrander, H. Gadol, C. M. Hansel, and S. G. Nielsen. The role of manganese oxide mineralogy in thallium isotopic fractionation upon sorption, 2023. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 356, 83-92, doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2023.07.011. 

A. Heard**, Y. Wang**, C. M. Ostrander, M. Auro, D. Canfield, S. Zhang, H. Wang, X. Wang, and S. Nielsen. Coupled vanadium and thallium isotope constraints on Mesoproterozoic ocean oxygenation around 1.38-1.39 Ga, 2023. Earth & Planetary Science Letters, 616, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2023.118127. (**co-first author) 

K. M. Costa, S. G. Nielsen, Y. Wang, W. Lu, S. Hines, A. W. Jacobel, and D. W. Oppo. Marine sedimentary uranium to barium ratios as a potential quantitative proxy for Pleistocene bottom water oxygen concentrations, 2023. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 343, 1-16, doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2022.12.022. 

Y. Wang, S. Bodin, J. S. Blusztajn, C. Ullmann, and S. G. Nielsen, 2022. Orbitally paced global oceanic deoxygenation decoupled from volcanic CO2 emission during the middle Cretaceous Oceanic Anoxic Event 1b (Aptian-Albian transition), Geology, doi: 10.1130/G50553.1. 

Y. Wang, W. Lu, K. M. Costa, and S. G. Nielsen, 2022. Beyond anoxia: exploring sedimentary thallium isotopic compositions in paleo-redox reconstructions from a new core top collection, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 333, 347-361, doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2022.07.022.  

W. Lu, Y. Wang, D. Oppo, S. G. Nielsen, and K. M. Costa, 2022. Comparing paleo-oxygenation proxies (benthic foraminiferal surface porosity, I/Ca, authigenic uranium) on modern sediments and glacial Arabian Sea, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 331, 69–85.  

Y. Wang, and I. L. Hendy, 2021. Reorganized atmospheric circulation during the Little Ice Age leads to rapid Southern California deoxygenation, Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL094469, doi:10.1029/2021GL094469. 

Y. Wang, I. L. Hendy, and J. Zhu, 2020. Extreme low-oxygen conditions in the early- to mid-Holocene associated with ventilation shifts in the Northeast Pacific, Quaternary Science Reviews, 238, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106326.  

Y. Wang, I. L. Hendy, and R. Thunell, 2019. Local and remote forcing of denitrification in the Northeast Pacific for the last 2000 years. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34, doi:10.1029/2019PA003577.  

Y. Wang, I. L. Hendy, J. C. Latimer, and D. Bilardello, 2019. Diagenesis and iron paleo-redox proxies: new perspectives from magnetic and iron speciation analyses in the Santa Barbara Basin, Chemical Geology, 519, 95-109, doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2019.04.018. 

Y. Wang, I. L. Hendy, and T. Napier, 2017. Climate and anthropogenic controls of coastal deoxygenation on interannual to centennial timescales, Geophysical Research Letters. 44, 11,528–11,536, doi: 10.1002/2017GL075443.  

Carola Wenk

Carola Wenk

Adjunct Professor (Chair of Computer Science)

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Office Address
Stanley Thomas Hall 303D
School of Science & Engineering
Carola Wenk
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