Daniel Cohan is an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rice University. His research specializes in the development of atmospheric models and their application to air quality management, energy policy, and health studies. He received a B.A. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University, a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Chemistry from Georgia Tech, and served as a Fulbright Scholar to Australia. Dr. Cohan is a recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER award and was a member of the NASA Air Quality Applied Sciences Team. He is the author of 50 peer-reviewed publications, numerous articles in popular media, and the forthcoming book, Confronting Climate Gridlock, which will be published by Yale University Press in spring 2022.
Lina Luo is a Ph.D. student focusing on modeling emissions from soils and their impacts on ozone and particulate matter. Lina completed her M.S. degree in Environmental Science and Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Ricky Morse is an undergraduate research assistant who researched the air pollution impacts of emissions from chemical fires near Houston and is modeling how wind and solar power could replace coal in Texas.
Ricky Morse is an undergraduate research assistant who is researching how wind and solar power could replace coal in Texas.
Tona Akerele is an undergraduate research assistant who is studying the environmental footprint of hydrogen production.
Winnie Louh is an undergraduate research assistant who is studying changes in ground-level air quality in U.S. cities during the COVID pandemic.
Yunseo Choi is an undergraduate research assistant who is studying changes in ground-level air quality in U.S. cities during the COVID pandemic.