2019 Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst
Celebrating Engineers’ Week
Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering is excited to celebrate Engineers’ Week 2021.
Carnegie Mellon University
Engineering faculty quoted on climate policy
ChemE/EPP’s Neil Donahue, EPP’s Valerie Karplus, CEE/EPP’s Destenie Nock, CEE/EPP’s Costa Samaras, MechE’s Ryan Sullivan, and the Scott Institute’s Anna Siefken were quoted on President Biden’s climate policy.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
CEE faculty researching coronavirus effects
CEE researchers, including Kelvin Gregory, Kaushik Dayal, Destenie Nock, post-doc Mahnoush Babaei, and Ph.D. student Esteban Londono, are looking into detection and treatment methods as well as socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nock and Samaras partner with Google AI on energy equity
CEE’s Destenie Nock and Costa Samaras are partnering with Google AI researchers to characterize energy equity in the U.S. as part of the company’s Award for Inclusion Research (AIR) program. The team’s ultimate goal is to “explore policy options for increasing energy equity in electricity, heating, and transportation during the transition to a decarbonized energy system under climate change.”
Nock and Harper receive Block Center grant
CEE/EPP’s Destenie Nock and CEE’s Corey Harper have received a grant from the Block Center for Technology and Society to explore how autonomous vehicle (AV) transportation systems could lead to greater workforce resilience.
World Universities Network
Nock’s research on energy policy featured
CEE/EPP’s Destenie Nock’s research on energy policy was featured on WUN.
Electricity for all
CEE/EPP’s Destenie Nock led a study outlining a more equitable model of electricity planning in developing regions like Liberia.
Kar, Nock, and Pileggi named Energy Fellows
ECE’s Soummya Kar and CEE/EPP’s Destenie Nock were named Energy Fellows at the Scott Institute. ECE Head Larry Pileggi was named a Senior Energy Fellow.