Sarah Chambliss, MS Student, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
Luke Snell, MS Student, Environmental and Water Resouces Engineering
Shahzad Gani, PhD Student, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
Sarah Seraj, PhD Student, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
Dr. Kyle Messier (PhD, University of North Carolina, 2015)
Positions are available for motivated doctoral students with outstanding preparation. Doctoral students in our group undertake field measurements, analyze large datasets, and build mathematical models to better understand and mitigate human exposures to air pollution and their health effects.
A background in environmental science or engineering — especially in environmental, civil, chemical, mechanical, or electrical engineering — is preferred. Otherwise, a rigorous quantitative training with a degree in the physical, mathematical and/or environmental scicences is required. Prior experiences in one or more of the following areas are of key interest: data analysis; field and/or lab air quality measurements; GIS and spatial statistics, programming and mathematical modeling; and design of electronic and/or mechanical hardware systems.