James Levis

Research Assistant Professor

Research areas: Life-cycle assessment, optimization, and environmental decision support for waste and energy systems.

Grants

  • Life-Cycle Assessment of NO2 Filter
  • Economic and Environmental Comparison of Emerging Plastic Waste Management Technologies
  • Development of a Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Systems Analysis Tool (SAT) to Assist in Prioritization of Destruction Research and Management Decisions
  • Development of a Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Systems Analysis Tool (SAT) to Assist in Prioritization of Destruction Research and Management Decisions
  • Optimization of Self-healing Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites via Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Science and Technologies for Phosphorus Sustainability (STEPS) Center
  • Ensuring Smart and Sustainable Material and Energy Use through Real-Time Environmental Life-Cycle Assessment
  • Development of a Life-Cycle Model for Open Dumps and Informal Waste Collection
  • Development and Assessment of Cost-Effective Sustainable Integrated Organics Management Strategies
  • Development of a Predictive Model to Estimate Emissions from Open Dumps in Emerging Economies
Jim Levis