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  • J. Gregory McDaniel J. Gregory McDaniel

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    Dr. McDaniel is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Boston University. His work integrates analytical, numerical, and experimental approaches in efforts to improve the built world and understand the natural world. Most of his research falls in the area of structural acoustics and involves interactions of vibrations and acoustics with complex structures and media. Examples of recent projects include mitigating automotive brake squeal, steering and mixing of waves in composite structures, escape hatching of the red-eyed tree frog, and the rheology of wet foam.  

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  • Vijay Modi Vijay Modi

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    Vijay Modi received a B. Tech. in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (Mumbai, India) in 1978, and he received his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1984. He pursued postdoctoral research at MIT from 1984 to 1986. He has been a professor of mechanical engineering at Columbia since 1986, and a member of the Earth Institute faculty since 2006. His expertise is in the fields of energy sources and conversion, heat/mass transfer, and fluid mechanics. Previously, he led the UN Millennium Project effort on the role of energy and energy services in reaching the Millennium Development Goals. Currently, he is focused on three projects: leading the infrastructure team for the Millennium Villages Project (10 countries, 14 sites across sub-Saharan Africa), developing planning and decision-support tools for infrastructure, and looking at the food-energy-water nexus in Indian agriculture. Modi also works on projects in water (with fellow Earth Institute faculty member Upmanu Lall), urban infrastructure (through the IGERT program led by fellow Eart

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  • Stephen J. Harrison Stephen J. Harrison

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    Dr. Harrison has many years of experience in the development and evaluation of solar energy equipment. Author of numerous technical papers and patents, he is the Director of the Solar Calorimetry Laboratory at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON. The laboratory supports the efforts of graduate students and post-doctoral researchers, and undertakes applied research for industry and government partners. As a faculty member in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and the School of Environmental Studies at Queen's University, he presents courses in renewable energy, heat transfer and thermodynamics. Dr. Harrison has also been the Faculty Advisor for the Queen's Universtiy Solar Vehicle Team since 1988.

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  • Edward Sargent Edward Sargent

    New energy

    The development of nanophotonics could lead to ultrafast computer networks and a revolution in how we express and share information Professor Sargent's research interests cover many areas of nanotechnology and its application to communications and computing, medicine, and tapping new energy sources. His groundbreaking research has been cited more than 7,000 times and has been disseminated in Nature, Science, Nature Materials, Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Chemistry and Nature Photonics.

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  • Marc Dubé Marc Dubé

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    Professor Dubé‚ a native of Welland, Ontario, Canada, received his Ph.D. from the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Waterloo in 1995. His studies were focused on multicomponent polymerization kinetics and modelling. His industrial experience includes work with Polysar on ionic polymerizations, the Uniroyal Chemical Co. modelling emulsion copolymerization, and ICI Worldwide studying high temperature polymerizations. He joined the faculty at the University of Ottawa in 1996 and was Department Chair from 2006 to 2011. Dr. Dubé's expertise lies in polymer reaction engineering applied to kinetics, polymer characterization, modeling, and process monitoring for multicomponent bulk, solution and emulsion polymer systems. Recent applications of his work have been in the area of polymers from renewable materials and sustainable polymer production methods for pressure sensitive adhesives. A second significant area of interest to him is the production of biodiesel fuel. Professor Dubé, along with Professor André Tremblay, has developed a novel membrane reactor process for the production of biodiesel fuel. A spin-off company, BioDiesel Reactor Technologies Inc., has been formed with the goal of commercializing the process. In his spare time, Professor Dubé plays ice hockey.

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  • Handan Tezel Handan Tezel

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    Professor F. Handan Tezel was born in Ankara, Turkey. She started her undergraduate studies in Chemical Engineering at the Middle East Technical University in Ankara and later transferred to Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Massachusetts where she received her undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering in 1979. She then moved to Canada to continue her graduate work, receiving her M.Sc.E. and Ph.D. degrees from University of New Brunswick in 1981 and 1986, respectively, under the supervision of Professor Douglas M. Ruthven. Professor Tezel joined University of Ottawa in 1988, following two years of Post-Doctoral studies at the University of New Brunswick. Professor Tezel is currently the Vice Dean (Research) for the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Ottawa. In 2004, Professor Tezel has spent a sabbatical leave at Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. in Allentown, Pennsylvania, as a Research Engineer working in their Adsorption Technology Center. She has been elected to serve on the board of International Adsorption Society. She is also representing Canada on the International Energy Agency (IEA) Task Force for Solar Energy and Thermal Heat Storage (Task 4224).

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  • Elie Bou-Zeid Elie Bou-Zeid

    New energy

    Research Interests: Professor Bou-Zeid's current research focuses on combining numerical, experimental, and analytical tools to study the basic dynamics of flow and transport in environmental systems. The aim is to study how Environmental Fluid Mechanics relate to problems in climate change, air quality, hydrology, and sustainable development. Boundary layer Meteorology, the study of dynamics and modeling of flow and transport in the thin (~1 km) layer of air near the earth surface, is a particular focus of our group. Most human activities and engineered systems are concentrated in this Atmospheric Boundary Layer; in addition, its dynamics are very important for surface-atmosphere couplings and for global atmospheric dynamics. Research Areas: Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Turbulence Urban Microclimatology and Hydrology Boundary-Layer Meteorology Buoyancy effects in Turbulent Flows Surface-Atmosphere Interactions Wind Energy Modeling and Forecasting Honors and Awards: E. Lawrence Keyes Jr./Emerson Electric Co. Faculty Advancement Award, 2011, Princeton University Prize of the "Fondation Latsis Internationale" for best research work at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland, 2009 Abel Wolman Graduate Scholarship, Johns Hopkins University, 2000

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  • Animesh Dutta Animesh Dutta

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    Dr. Dutta's research focuses on energy, primarily on clean and sustainable-renewable energy technologies in the changing global context. Since his tenure with the school of engineering, he has been taking initiative in developing a biomass conversion research program (BCRP) by securing research funding from a number of governmental agency and industry. The broad objective of his research program is to help Canada better meet the challenges of climate change and environmental degradation through advanced biomass conversion technologies and CO2 sequestration. Presently, his research program has been targeted broadly in following three areas: 1. Biomass torrefaction--to support immediate implementation of GHG reduction in large power plants with carbon-neutral biomass 2. Chemical looping thermal gasification of biomass--to help achieve near-term GHG reduction through production of hydrogen from biomass 3. Biomass conversion in supercritical water--aimed at longer-term GHG reduction, as future frontier technology for hydrogen production from biomass. His research Interests include biomass and agri-residue processing and conversion, renewable and cleaner energy technologies, efficient boiler design, design and assessment of advanced energy systems, and life cycle analysis and thermodynamic optimization

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  • Pierre-Olivier Pineau Pierre-Olivier Pineau

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    Expertise Energy policy Game theory Decision analysis Investment and privatization in developing countries Current research Environmental impact of electricity trading Electricity market models: strategic investment and production Voluntary electricity price increase mechanisms Inefficiency and sustainable development in energy and transportation

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  • Byungik Chang Byungik Chang

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    Dr. Byungik Chang joined the Department of Mechanical, Civil, and Environmental Engineering as an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering in Fall 2013. Dr. Chang's background and research activities are in the areas of structural engineering, wind engineering, and wind energy. He received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Civil engineering from Iowa State University in 2002, 2004, and 2007, respectively. Dr. Chang was also awarded his MBA degree from West Texas A&M University in 2012. His doctoral work focused on addressing a critical need related to the unexpected failure of slender light poles. Prior research from his master's degree work at Iowa State University included design verification, behavior analysis, and nonlinear modeling of an incrementally launched bridge to obtain roller-girder contact stresses using the finite element method. Before Dr. Byungik Chang joined the University of New Haven, he worked as an Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering and Computer Science and a Director of the Alternative Energy Institute at West Texas A&M University. Dr. Chang also worked for the Arizona Department of Transportation for two years. He is a registered professional engineer in Arizona. Dr. Byungik Chang and his wife, Hyesun (Sunny) Cheong, have two children: Eugene and Justin. Dr. Chang enjoys playing tennis, basketball, racquetball, soccer, and other sports. Research Interests: Dr. Chang's research has been focused on structural engineering, wind engineering, and wind energy. His strength is in numerical modeling and structural analysis for civil engineering applications. He has worked on several state highway agency projects assisted by graduate and undergraduate students.

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