Sustainable Futures Institute



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Yu Cai
Assistant Professor - School of Technology
  • Research Interests: Sustainable computing (green computing) [e-mail]   ||   Academic Web Page

Jaime Camelio
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering–Engineering Mechanics
  • Research Interests: Modeling, analysis and control of manufacturing systems, Robust and optimal design focusing on product/process interactions, Sensors integration for manufacturing process control and modeling, Assembly systems, Complexity management [e-mail]   ||   Academic Web Page

Gary A. Campbell
Professor of Natural Resource Economics; Adjunct Professor of Mining Engineering - School of Business and Economics
  • Research Interests: Natural Resource Economics [e-mail]   ||   Academic Web Page

Gerard T. Caneba
Professor of Chemical Engineering
  • Research Interests: Polymers and Composites, Nanotechnology, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Phase Separation Kinetics and Thermodynamics, Nonlinear Dynamics, Polymerization Reaction Processes [e-mail]   ||   Academic Web Page

Joan Chadde-Schumaker
Education Program Coordinator Instructor, Cognitive and Learning Sciences
  • Research Interests: Great Lakes education and stewardship, Watershed management ; stream monitoring, Environmental education, Elementary engineering education, K-12 science education, K-12 teacher professional development, Communicating Science to a lay audience [e-mail]   ||   Academic Web Page

Rodney A. Chimner
Faculty Member - School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science
  • Research Interests: Applied wetland ecology, riparian and wetland restoration, peatlands, mountain wetlands, tropical peatlands, ecosystem carbon cycling, wetland ecohydrology [e-mail]   ||   Academic Web Page

Bahne Cornilsen
Professor, Chemistry
  • Research Interests: The nickel electrode used in Ni-hydrogen and Ni-Cd batteries (the active cathode material is actually a nickel hydroxide or oxyhydroxide), Prediction of vibrational spectra, Influence of point defects on vibrational spectra, Vibrational spectra of minerals [e-mail]   ||   Academic Web Page



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