Dr. Cox earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Missouri, followed by a P.hD. in Environmental Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Chris Cox is the Department Head in Civil & Environmental Engineering. He has been on the faculty of the University of Tennessee since 1991, and is a registered professional engineer in the State of Tennessee. His additional UT professional service includes Chi Epsilon Faculty Advisor; Chair, Department Curriculum Committee; and Chair, Department Assessment Committee. Dr. Cox’s research interests include bioenergy production, mathematical modeling of metabolic and genetic regulatory systems, and modeling of engineered pollution control and remediation systems.
Focus Areas: Bioenergy Production | Mathematical Modeling of Metabolic and Genetic Regulatory Systems | Modeling of Engineered Pollution Control and Remediation Systems
Skills and Expertise: Mathematical Modeling | Simulation | Exposure Assessment