Center for Energy & Environmental Resources
Research Unit Profile
The Center for Energy and Environmental Resources (CEER) serves as the central liaison for energy and environmental research, education, and public service at the University of Texas at Austin. It focuses on efficient and economical use of energy and on ensuring a cleaner environment by developing, in cooperation with industry, processes and technologies that minimize waste and conserve natural resources.
Web Site: http://www.utexas.edu/research/ceer/
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Allen, David||Chemical Engineering||Gas phase atmospheric chemistry and the chemistry of fine particles in the atmosphere; development of educational materials that bring environmental issues into the chemical engineering curriculum.|
|Corsi, Richard||Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering||Indoor air quality; Sources, fate, and control of indoor air pollution; Homogeneous and heterogeneous indoor environmental chemistry; Human exposure to toxins in indoor environments. Areas of …|
|Eldridge, Robert||Chemical Engineering||The separations research effort can be divided into three groups: Traditional technologies: Research in this area addresses both mass transfer and hydraulic aspects of these technologies. Novel …|
|Freeman, Benny||Chemical Engineering||Dr. Freeman's research program explores the relationship between polymer structure, processing and properties. More specifically, they study the effect of polymer structure and superstructure on …|
|Hildebrandt Ruiz, Lea||Chemical Engineering||Our research focuses on gas and particle-phase pollutants in the atmosphere – how they form and how they transform due to chemical and physical processes. Atmospheric particles are important for …|
|McDonald-Buller, Elena||Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering||Dr. McDonald-Buller's research interests include emissions inventory development, in particular the characterization of emissions from mobile sources, atmospheric chemistry, photochemical …|
|Novoselac, Atila||Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering||Ventilation and indoor air quality; computations and measurements of airflows in buildings; pollutants transport modeling; building energy analysis|
|Pearce, John||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Tissue Fusion: Coagulation of tissues by electrosurgery (RF current) or lasers to achieve fusion or "welding" during surgery. Cardiac Ablation: Thermal damage to achieve deactivation of …|
|Wilson, Clark||Bureau of Economic Geology; Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences; Institute for Geophysics||Geophysics; geodesy and applied seismology; causes of earth rotation and gravity field changes that arise from air and water mass redistribution due to weather and climate; global water balance; …|
|Xu, Ying||Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering||Semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC) emissions from polymers; indoor air quality; exposure analysis; environmentally benign materials; sustainable green building. Area of Expertise: Architectural …|