A multidisciplinary team of faculty and students from two colleges and six departments will be working on the center. Faculty members are listed below.

 

Jump down the list (by last name):
A - I / J- O / P - Z 

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Peter Adams
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy
Bio
Video: Airborne Particulate Matter: Public Health Impacts & Climate Change

 

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Ines Azevedo
Associate Professor, Engineering and Public Policy
Bio
Video: Transition to Sustainable Energy

 

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Neil Donahue
Professor, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, and Engineering and Public Policy
Bio
Video: Organics and Atmospheric Aerosols

 

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Paulina Jaramillo
Assistant Professor, Engineering and Public Policy
Bio
Video: “Sustainable Energy Access in the Developing World”

 

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H. Scott Matthews
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy
Bio

 

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Jeremy Michalek
Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy
Bio
Video: “Vehicle Electrification”
Video: “Electric Vehicle Adoption Potential in the U.S.”

 

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Spyros Pandis
Research Professor, Chemical Engineering
Bio

 

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Albert Presto
Assistant Research Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Bio
Video: Atmospheric Impacts of the Marcellus Shale Boom

 

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Allen Robinson
Director, Center for Air Quality, Climate, and Energy Solutions
Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Bio
Video: Improved Cook Stoves: Effects on Air Quality
Video: “Vehicle Emissions: Effects on Air Quality

 

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Ryan Sullivan
Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Chemistry
Bio
Video: “Understanding Climate Change through Clouds”

For more information about the Center for Air, Climate and Energy Solutions, please contact Kate Tucker, assistant to the director at 412.268.3860 or tuckerk@andrew.cmu.edu.