Liem Tran is an environmental geographer and GIS/geospatial analyst. His primary research interests include integrated regional vulnerability assessment and the use of artificial intelligence in geographic analysis and modeling.
Henri Grissino-Mayer is a professor of geography and director of the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Science. He uses dendrochronology, the science of tree rings, to learn about the past environment.
Lisa Reyes Mason has expertise in problems at the nexus of society and the environment, such as social vulnerability to environmental change, adaptation to climate change, water security and urban sustainability.
John Zhanhu Guo is an expert in nanocomposites, particularly as they relate to energy, the environment and safety.
Joshua Fu is an expert on climatic changes, air pollution and air quality, the impacts of extreme events on air, critical infrastructure, food, human health, land, and water, and transportation.
Asad J. Khattak is a foremost expert on transportation, transit, and safety related to both. He is Transportation Program Coordinator and serves with the Center for Transportation Research. He recently established the Initiative for Sustainable Mobility.
Catherine Wilt has expertise in research and testimony involving public policy in regard to sanitation and pollution issues, and is considered an expert on recycling and clean environment efforts.
Rapinder “Rupy” Sawhney is the Heath Fellow in Business and Engineering and a professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering whose research focuses on lean manufacturing, or the idea of producing products with as little wasted time, energy and material as possible.
Arthur Ragauskas’s main research focus is on finding plant and natural materials for both fuel and power sources, with a secondary focus on finding ways of using plants and natural materials for use in health care and packing materials.
Stephen Paddison is helping shape the future of alternative fuels through his research into fuel cells.