James McKelvey Scool of Engineering

Department of Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering

The Jay Turner group applies science tools such as monitoring and modeling to air quality planning and management and human exposure.  We also work on green engineering including life cycle assessments for processes and products. Our efforts lean towards applied research with applications to the interface between engineering and policy, and also health effects of air pollution.

First-Year Doctoral Students

While research rotations for our department's first-year doctoral students have been postponed until Spring Semester 2021, we are pleased that Kaseba Chibwe, Yan He, and Runyu Zhao are conducting 3-credit Independent Study (Guided Research) projects with our group this semester. Welcome to Kaseba, Yan and Runyu! Learn more about them on the People page.

Clean Air Solutions Webinar

Jay Turner was an invited speaker at an October 1 two-part webinar co-hosted by UNICEF's East Asia Regional Office and UNEP's  Asia Pacific Office.  The webinar "Air Quality Data to Drive Stronger Clean Air Action" is part of the UNICEF/UNEP Clean Air Solutions series. Jay's morning presentation summarized the current work in Mongolia - led […]

Maryssa Loehr receives graduate research award

Maryssa Loehr has received a Graduate Research Award from the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP).  This one-year, $12,000 award partially supports a project titled “Ultrafine Particle Ground Level Impacts during Aircraft Approach and Climb Out Operations”. (ACRP Press Release) Congratulations, Maryssa!

University of Louisville Environmental Medicine Grand Rounds

Jay Turner is the invited speaker for the University of Louisville's Environmental Medicine Grand Rounds on September 17, 2020.  His virtual visit is hosted by the University of Louisville's Envirome Institute.  Jay's presentation is "COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies and the Nexus with Air Quality and Environmental Health" - a critical summary of recent papers published by […]

We are member of the Center for Aerosol Science and Engineering (CASE) at Washington University in St. Louis.