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    Dr. David Cwiertny, University of Iowa
    Dr. David Ladner (Past Chair), Clemson University
    Mr.Dr. Fabrizio Sabba,
    Dr. Jennifer Benning, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
    Dr. Kyle Bibby, University of Pittsburgh
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Sunday, June 11

  1. page Qingshi Tu edited Qingshi Tu {head {head shot, Yale.JPG} Qingshi Tu joined Professor Julie Zimmerman’s group at…

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    Qingshi Tu joined Professor Julie Zimmerman’s group at Yale University as a postdoctoral associate in 2016 . His primary research interest is to promote the development and implementation of sustainable technologies via life cycle assessment (LCA), techno-economic analysis (TEA) and computational modeling approaches. Qingshi completed his PhD in Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. His doctoral work was focused on technology development and environmental impact assessment for producing biofuels and bioenergy from waste fats, oils and greases (FOG), which provides a sustainable solution to the long-standing issue of FOG management.
    Besides research, Qingshi is also actively involved in various extra-curriculum activities to promote sustainability. He attended Earth Day outreach events to educate the public about environmental protection and biofuels. He also worked in an interdisciplinary team to commercialize the technology that converts trap/sewer greases into biodiesel feedstock. The team won several student competitions on business and sustainability,with the most outstanding being the First Prize of the Odebrecht Award for Sustainable Development.
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    Enabling the Biorefinery: Isolation, Fractionation, and Transformation of Bio-based Feedstocks into Fuels and Chemical Products (funded by NSF)
    Past Projects
    Reinventing Aging Infrastructure for Nutrient Management (RAINmgt) (funded by US EPA)
    Community-based biodiesel production from trap grease: the evaluation of technical and economic feasibilities (funded by US EPA)
    Implications of biodiesel production on water resources in the US (funded by US EPA)
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  3. page Qingshi Tu edited ... Past Projects Community-based biodiesel production from trap grease: the evaluation of techni…
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    Past Projects
    Community-based biodiesel production from trap grease: the evaluation of technical and economic feasibilities (funded by US EPA)
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    the US (funded by US EPA)
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  4. page Qingshi Tu edited ... Current Projects Sustainability assessment of algae biorefineries producing biofuels and chem…
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    Current Projects
    Sustainability assessment of algae biorefineries producing biofuels and chemicals
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    Chemical Products (funded by NSF)
    Past Projects
    Community-based biodiesel production from trap grease: the evaluation of technical and economic feasibilities (funded by US EPA)
    Implications of biodiesel production on water resources in the US

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  5. page Qingshi Tu edited ... Qingshi Tu joined Professor Julie Zimmerman’s group at Yale University as a postdoctoral assoc…
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    Qingshi Tu joined Professor Julie Zimmerman’s group at Yale University as a postdoctoral associate in 2016 . His primary research interest is to promote the development and implementation of sustainable technologies via life cycle assessment (LCA), techno-economic analysis (TEA) and computational modeling approaches. Qingshi completed his PhD in Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. His doctoral work was focused on technology development and environmental impact assessment for producing biofuels and bioenergy from waste fats, oils and greases (FOG), which provides a sustainable solution to the long-standing issue of FOG management.
    Besides research, Qingshi is also actively involved in various extra-curriculum activities to promote sustainability. He attended Earth Day outreach events to educate the public about environmental protection and biofuels. He also worked in an interdisciplinary team to commercialize the technology that converts trap/sewer greases into biodiesel feedstock. The team won several student competitions on business and sustainability,with the most outstanding being the First Prize of the Odebrecht Award for Sustainable Development.
    Research Interests
    Biofuels, computational modeling, green chemistry and engineering, LCA, process simulation, renewable energy, resource recovery, and waste-to-energy (WTE)
    Current Projects
    Sustainability assessment of algae biorefineries producing biofuels and chemicals
    Enabling the Biorefinery: Isolation, Fractionation, and Transformation of Bio-based Feedstocks into Fuels and Chemical Products

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