Faculty Directory

Thomas A. Costello
Thomas A. Costello
(BAEG)-Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Assoc Professor
Brian Haggard
Brian Haggard
(BAEG)-Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Director, Arkansas Water Resources Center
Professor, Biological Engineering Program
Jin-Woo Kim
Jin-Woo Kim
(BAEG)-Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Professor
Kieu Ngoc Le
Kieu Ngoc Le
(BENG)-Biological Engineering
Instructor
Yanbin Li
Yanbin Li
(BAEG)-Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Distinguished Professor, Tyson Endowed Chair in Biosensing Engineering
Otto J. Loewer Jr.
Otto J. Loewer Jr.
(BENG)-Biological Engineering
Professor
Marty D. Matlock
Marty D. Matlock
(SUS)-Sustainability-Interdisciplinary Program
Executive Director, U of A Resiliency Center
Professor of Ecological Engineering, Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
G. Scott Osborn
G. Scott Osborn
(BENG)-Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Associate Professor - ENGR
Benjamin R. Runkle
Benjamin R. Runkle
(BENG)-Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Assistant Professor
ENGR 231
Lalit R. Verma
Lalit R. Verma
(BAEG)-Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Professor and Department Head
Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Jun Zhu
Jun Zhu
(BAEG)-Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Professor

Extension Faculty Projects

Yi liang

Yi Liang

  • Air Quality and Energy Efficiency in Poultry Housing
  • Quantification of Emission and Transport of Air Pollutants
  • Emission and Mitigation and Control Technologies
chris henry

Chris Henry

  • Irrigation scheduling
  • Water resource development
  • Irrigation system technology development and alternative irrigation systems
  • Crop water use
  • Chemigation Irrigation scheduling
  • Pumping plant performance
  • Irrigation energy use
  • Overall irrigation efficiency  
sammy sadaka

Sammy Sadaka

  • Grain Drying and Storage
  • Gasification of Fresh and Torrefied Cotton Gin Waste
  • Bioenergy and Energy Conservation
karl vandevender

Karl Vandevender

  • Livestock and Poultry Manure Management
  • Educational Programs in Collection, Storage, and Land Application of Manure as an Animal Production By-Product Resource that has Potential Beneficial and Adverse Impacts on the Farming Operation and the Environment.