Thursday, December 18, 2014

Energy

 

 

Name College/Department Research Interests
Isabella Alcaniz BSOS/Government and Politics Globalization, energy, science, the environment, and multilateral security in the developing world
Clara Angel AGNR/Animal and Avian Sciences Reducing air emissions, phosphorus reductions
Maureen Cropper BSOS/Economics Environmental health, energy economics
Qingin Cui Engineering Renewable energy development and design, carbon management in infrastructure projects, green contracting in transportation projects
James Edmonds Public Policy/JGCRI Long-term, global, energy, economy, and climate change
Steve Fetter School Public Policy Climate change and carbon-free energy supply, nuclear energy and effects of radiation
Steven Gabriel Engineering Intersection of wastewater and methane and power production modeling, energy modeling, game theoretic model of global natural gas markets
Amy Gardner

School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Alternative energy and sustainability
Liangbing Hu

Engineering/UMERC

sustainable energy storage: battery, supercapacitors for various applications; energy conversion
Yunho Hwang

Engineering/Center for Environmental Energy Engineering

energy-efficient appliances and electronics/electrical devices
Jungho Kim Engineering Sustainable energy, building energy research
Jeffrey Klauda Engineering Alternative energy sources, hydrogen storage forfuel cells, and environmental aspects of carbon capture and release
Baoxia Mi Engineering Physicochemical/biological processes with emphases on advanced membrane processes and nanotechnology to address critical issues in water sustainability, public health protection, and renewable energy production
Patrick McCluskey Engineering Renewable Energy
Arthur Popper CMNS/Biology Offshore Energy development
Reinhard Radermacher Engineering Environmentally responsible, economically feasible integrated energy conservation systems for buildings and transportation
Gary Rubloff Engineering Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage (NEES), enable new, green solutions to energy storage in smaller, lighter packages
Steven Smith JGCRI Long-term socioeconomic scenarios and the interface between socioeconomic systems and the climate system; aerosols, non-CO2 greenhouse gases, renewable energy, the carbon cycle, biomass energy, energy technologies, and land-use changes.
Gerald Stokes JGCRI Climate change, climate and the design of large-scale field research facilities, climate change and technology revolution, global change and long-term energy strategy.
David Tilley Engineering Ultralite Green Roof Design, Ecological Engineering Design, Wetland Hyperspectral Radiometry, Ecosystem Filtration of Air Pollutants, Net Energy Analysis of Bio-fuels, Environmental Accounting of Ecosystem Services, Energy Analysis, Industrial Ecology
Eric Wachsman Engineering Developing advanced, efficient, energy conversion devices and technologies
Roberton Williams III AGNR/Agriculture and Resource Economics Environmental economics, applications to climate, local air pollution, transportation and energy policy
Sean Williamson Engineering Climate, energy, sustainability
Michael Zachariah Engineering Nanomaterials for energy and advanced combustion, effect of aerosols on global climate change, developing measurement science for nanoparticles, high temperature chemistry in nanomaterials
Yun Zhou CISSM, Public Policy Nuclear material safety under dry storage, human health risk assessment, ecosystem dynamics, biodiversity, energy policy, nuclear non-proliferation, climate change