Interdisciplinary Faculty

Healthy and Sustainable Communities

Interdisciplinary Faculty

We work together to develop and apply technologies that support and enable healthy and sustainable communities. 

Each faculty member on our research team brings unique industry experience and far-reaching academic collaborations from a wide range of disciplines, including:

  • transportation systems
  • the built environment
  • applied engineering
  • materials science
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • environmental quality
  • healthy living through both detailed and systems-level thinking
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Lisa Bosman

Assistant Professor,  TLI

 

photovoltaic performance modeling, design and innovation integrating solar power, renewable energy curriculum development

Rick Homkes

Rick Homkes

Associate Professor, CIT

 

Quality of life (QoL) and Quality of Place (QoP) efforts, Engagement with local governments and organizations

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Joseph Hupy

Associate Professor, SATT

 

Unmanned Aerial Systems, Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing

Bill Hutzel

Bill Hutzel

Professor,  SOET

 

Energy, Buildings, Solar

Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson

Professor, SATT

 

Aviation sustainability, strategic justification, quality systems and process improvement, data driven analysis of transportation data

Flavio Mendonca

Flavio Mendonca

Assistant Professor, SATT

 

Aircraft Accident Investigation, Human Factors, Safety Management Systems, and Safety Management of Wildlife Hazards to Aviation

John Mott

John Mott

Professor, SATT

 

Transportation data aggregation and analysis, stochastic modeling of transportation systems

Jason Ostanek

Jason Ostanek

Assistant Professor, SOET

 

Energy Storage, Energy Conversion, Thermal Management

Maher Shehadi

Maher Shehadi

Assistant Professor, SOET

 

Green & Sustainable Buildings, Energy Conservation, Capstone Industry Engagement