Dr. Joshua S. Fu is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Inaugural Professor of the UT-ORNL Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education Energy Science and Engineering Ph.D. Program, Faculty Affiliate at the Joint Institute for Computational Sciences and Institute of iBME, Joint Faculty Appointment in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Honorary Professor of the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences. The focus of Dr. Fu’s research work includes climatic changes, the impacts of extreme events on health, air pollution modeling, air quality impact assessments, the impacts of transportation planning and energy usages on air quality, land use (satellite applications) and emissions, diesel track emission effects, and energy optimization planning.
Focus Areas: Air Quality Engineering | Health Impacts of Air Pollution | Climate Change and Human Mortality | Fusion of Big Data with Public Health Issues
Skills and Expertise: Assessment of Health Effects/Air Pollution | Extreme Events and Mortality | Energy and Health | Climate Change and Air Pollution