Science & Technology Experts

Experts are listed alphabetically.


Jeffrey Powell Ph.D.
  • Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Professor of Environmental Health Sciences

Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Mosquitoes, Zika, Dengue, transgenic mosquitoes

Holly Rushmeier Ph.D.

Professor of Computer Science


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Computer science, application of perception to computer graphics, computer graphics in cultural heritage

Brian Scassellati Ph.D.

Professor of Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, and Materials Science


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Robotics, human-robot interaction, artificial intelligence, computer science

Robert Schoelkopf Ph.D.
  • Sterling Professor of Applied Physics and Physics
  • Director of the Yale Quantum Institute

Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Quantum computing, quantum error correction

Zhong Shao Ph.D.

Thomas L. Kempner Professor of Computer Science


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Bitcoin,  operating systems, software, kernels

Lawrence Staib Ph.D.

Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, of Biomedical Engineering and of Electrical Engineering


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Medical image analysis, automated radiology

A. Douglas Stone Ph.D.
  • Carl A. Morse Professor of Applied Physics
  • Professor of Physics

Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Theoretical condensed matter physics, optical physics, quantum computing, Albert Einstein

Jakub Szefer Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Security, computer engineering, computer hardware, cloud computing

Susumu Tomita Ph.D.

Professor of Cellular and Molecular Physiology and Neuroscience


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Synapse, ion channel, synaptic transmission, synaptic plasticity, synaptic dysfunction

Meg Urry Ph.D.

Israel Munson Professor of Physics and Astronomy


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Black holes, galaxies, astronomy, women in science