Carbon Mitigation Initiative
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Alumni Lead Project PI

David Bradford David Bradford
Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, PEI-STEP, (1941-2005) Deceased.

Policy & Integration Group

Bradford's research centered on public sector economics and he is particularly noted as an authority on taxation. His published papers addressed a wide range of topics, including investigations of public utility pricing, criteria for public investment, the economic structure of urban areas as well as environmental economics and the relationship between economic development and environmental quality. David died Feb. 22, 2005 from extensive injuries sustained while escaping from a fire in his home two weeks earlier.

Peter Jaffe Peter Jaffe
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, CEE, (2001-2002)

Fluids & Energy Group
jaffe@princeton.edu

The physical, chemical, and biological processes that govern the transport and transformation of pollutants in the environment, and their application towards the remediation of contaminated systems.

Chung K. Law Chung K. Law
Robert H. Goddard Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Capture Group

D323C Engineering Quad
609-258-5271
cklaw@princeton.edu

Physical and chemical aspects of fundamental combustion phenomena, with applications to propulsion, energy, fuels, and the environment.

George Scherer George Scherer
William L. Knapp '47 Professor of Civil Engineering, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials
Fluids & Energy Group

E319 Engineering Quad
609-258-5680
scherer@princeton.edu

Materials science research on deterioration mechanisms of concrete, stone, and masonry, fundamental examination of transport of fluids in porous media, nucleation and growth of crystals, swelling of clay inclusions in stone, and initiation and growth of cracks.

Daniel Sigman Daniel Sigman
Professor of Geosciences
Carbon Science Group

M52 Guyot Hall
609-258-2194
sigman@princeton.edu

Cycling of biologically important elements for observed correlations between climate and atmospheric carbon dioxide over the last 700 thousand years and the initiation of extensive Northern Hemisphere glaciation 2.7 million years ago. Analytical approach based on the isotopic analysis of N in sedimentary organic matter and microfossils.

Robert Vanderbei Robert Vanderbei
Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Chair, Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, (2000-2001)

Policy & Integration Group
rvdb@princeton.edu

Algorithms for solving nonconvex nonlinear optimization problems. He is also interested in stochastic processes and potential theory.

 
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