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Associate Professor, Faculty of Science · University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Leading aquatic microbial biologist working to understand and preserve ecological systems
Professor, Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Bioengineer who modifies micro-organisms to produce chemicals (e.g. from beer to fuel).
Eversource Energy Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering Education · University of Connecticut
Professor Wagstrom is a chemical engineer with a specialization in atmospheric chemistry.
University Distinguished Professor · Michigan State University
Agriculture and climate change (particularly mitigation strategies), bioenergy sustainability, and greenhouse gas emissions.
Associate Dean for Faculty Research Development | Professor of Chemical & Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Research interest: batteries, electrochemistry, sustainable energy, biofuel, supercritical extraction, and nanomedicine.
Professor, Environmental Sciences & Engineering, Gillings School of Global Public Health · UNC at Chapel Hill
Dr. Characklis is a professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering at the UNC Chapel Hill.
Allen E. Paulson Distinguished Chair of Renewable Energy and Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering · Georgia Southern University
Valentin Soloiu is an expert in Renewable and Sustainable, Biofuels Advanced Combustion Technologies, and Heat Transfer and Emissions.
Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering · Georgia Southern University
Gustavo Molina is an expert in Triboemission of Charged Particles, Renewable Energy, and Tribology of Nanofluids.
Director of the Centre for Low Carbon Research and Lead of the Bioenergy Research Group, Senior Researcher, School of Engineering and the Built Environment · Birmingham City University
Dr. Lynsey Melville researches accelerating the adoption of environmentally sustainable and commercially viable energy from biomass.