Sustainability

sustainability

OBJECTIVES

The needs of a burgeoning global population produce considerable, interconnected challenges related to energy, the environment, and economic development.  With ever increasing demands on finite resources, engineering solutions must be mindful of environmental stewardship by providing clean water, air and energy technologies while meeting social needs.  The UC Environmental Engineering and Science faculty recognize that natural and engineered ecosystems are inexorably linked, and as a result, our work is focused on providing solutions in Air Quality, Water Quality, and Hyrdosystems research.  Located in the heart of Cincinnati, UC Environmental Engineering faculty have a respected history of exploring how these solutions apply in an urban environment.  The last decade witnessed a sea change: more people now living in metropolitan environments than in rural areas for the first time; this serves to underscore the importance of the EES Center for Sustaining the Urban Environment (SUE) mission in the future.

THE  FACULTY

Boccelli
Dominic Boccelli, PhD

Associcate Professor

Buchberger
Steven Buchberger, PhD

Professor

Dionysiou
Dionysios Dionysiou, PhD

Professor

Kukreti
Anant Kukreti, PhD

Professor

Kupferle
Margaret Kupferle, PhD

Associate Professor

Lu
Mingming Lu, PhD

Associate Professor

McAvoy
Drew McAvoy, PhD

Adjunct Professor

Sorial
George Sorial, PhD

Professor

Wendell
David Wendell, PhD

Associate Professor

Yeghiazarian
Lilit Yeghiazarian, PhD

Associate Professor