Nebraska Engineering Fall, 2005
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Civil Engineering: Shannon Bartelt-Hunt joined the Department of Civil Engineering in January. Her research interests focus on applications of geo-environmental engineering, specifically, contaminant fate and transport in soil and groundwater systems and landfills; engineering properties of solid waste; and the design of remediation gies for hazardous waste sites. Bartelt-Hunt received her Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (2004) and her M.S. in Civil Engineering (2000) from the University of Virginia; and her bachelor’s in Environmental Engineering (1998) from Northwestern University.

Electrical Engineering: Mathias Schubert, associate professor. Schubert came from Germany’s Universitat Leipzig. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. from Universitat Leipzig in 1997. His research interests are ellipsometry and terhertz spectroscopy. Tino Hofmann, research associate, will be working closely with Schubert. He received his Ph.D. from Universitat Keipzig in 2000. Mark Bauer, senior lecturer, came to the university in January. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. from UNL in 2001. He is teaching EE 215 and EE 494.