Chris Frey

Glenn E. Futrell Distinguished University Professor

Measurement and modeling of transportation activity, energy use, and emissions, including onroad vehicles, nonroad vehicles, conventional and alternative fuels and energy sources, emission prevention and control, and interactions between vehicle, operator, site characteristics, and infrastructure. Capability to conduct real-world measurements of vehicle energy use and exhaust emissions using portable emission measurement systems. Modeling and evaluation of fossil- and non-fossil combustion and gasification power generation systems and associated emission control systems. Exposure and risk assessment of transportation-related and energy-related air pollution.

Grants

  • Personal and Population Air Pollution Exposure Assessment Simulation for the Personalised Real-Time Air Quality Informatics System for Exposure – Hong Kong (PRAISE-HK)
  • Efficacy and Durability of Advanced Retrofitted Emissions Controls for Passenger Service Diesel Locomotives
  • Impacts of Autonomous Vehicle Technology on Transportation Systems
  • Development of Real-World Light Duty Gasoline Vehicle Emissions Data
  • Real-World Light Duty Gasoline Vehicle Emissions Measured Using Portable Emission Measurement Systems
  • Evaluation of Real-World Emissions Impacts of Octane and Splash-Blended E25 for Light Duty Gasoline Vehicles
  • Managing Energy and Emissions for Rail Operations
  • Characterizing the Determinants of Vehicle Traffic Emissions Exposure: Measurement and Modeling of Land-Use, Traffic, Emissions, Transformation and Transport
  • Characterizing the Determinants of Vehicle Traffic Emissions Exposure: Measurement and Modeling of Land-Use, Traffic, Emissions, Transformation and Transport
  • Development and Demonstration of Methods for Measurement of Human Exposure to Air Pollution Using Portable Sensors Applied to High Potential Dose Scenarios in Urban Environments
Chris Frey