Post Docs & Associates
|First Name||Last Name||Position||Research Interests|
Sustainable energy, Life cycle assessment, Climate change, Sustainable development, Environmental economics, Energy Storage, Linkages between energy and environment, Electric vehicles
sustainable food supply chains in cities; urban agriculture; beef hoofprint of cities
GIS, remote sensing, spatial analysis, land use/cover change, scenario-based simulation.
Life cycle assessment, autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles, individual travel patterns, GPS data, lightweighting materials, emission inventory
|Martin||Heller||Core Staff, Research Specialist||
Life Cycle Assessment of Food and Agricultural Systems; Food System Sustainability; Sustainable Diets; Integrating Nutrition and Environmental Impact
|Geoffrey||Lewis||Core Staff, Research Specialist||
|Nolan||Orfield||Core Staff, Lecturer, Research Associate||
Dr. Orfield is interested in product design and the role that life cycle modeling can play in the creation of products that serve rather than deplete the planet. His background in both entrepreneurship and academic research position him to understand not only the complex interaction between goods and the natural world, but also the design constraints required for commercialization.
Shen Qu is a Dow Sustainability Postdoctoral Fellow at SEAS of the University of Michigan. His current research focuses on how environmental risks may impact the global trade network. In particular, he combines tools of input-output analysis and network analysis to uncover the role of international trade in spreading and preventing environmental impacts.
materials, structures, vehicle safety, life cycle assessment, recycling, and sustainability