Faculty


A longtime member of the Mines faculty, Woodson has taught ethics, environmental ethics and writing at the university since 1999.
Researchers will develop a first-of-its-kind quantum simulator that could be used to develop novel materials and, in the future, lead to the development of a high-performance quantum computer.
Water shortage is a significant problem for communities across the United States year after year, but a new mobile direct potable reuse system could help provide a fast and reliable solution. Tzahi
“It's not just the ice sheet we're talking about,” said Matthew Siegfried, assistant professor of geophysics and lead author on the new study. “We're really talking about a water system that is connected to the whole Earth system.”
Carbon is one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gases, and many researchers are trying to mitigate those effects. Many of those efforts involve carbon sequestration and reuse. Manika Prasad
Terri Hogue, professor of civil and environmental engineering and Dean of Energy and Society Programs, conducted field work with two graduate students in northern California this summer.
In findings published in the journal Materials Today, researchers from Colorado School of Mines, along with a team of international scientists, provided a multi-scale study of the origins of kinking in MAX phases.
Contact lenses that can selectively deliver therapeutic drugs, a “spoof proof” smart car key, and carbon-storing concrete are among the recipients of 2021 Proof of Concept Awards from the Mines Office
Priscilla Nelson, professor of mining engineering, discusses what can be done with waste materials left over at ore mining sites.
The possibility of robot overlords? Fortunately, we don’t have to worry about that for a while. For now, scientists and engineers are focused on improving basic human-robot interaction to perform