Angele, Robyn, Melanie, Rabab and Marjan present their research at the Community Modeling and Analysis System (CMAS) Conference in Chapel Hill, NC.

  • Dates: October 24th-26th, 2016
  • Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
    • Visit the website here
  • Presentations:
    • Dr. Amir Hakami (Oral Presentation) – “Quantifying co-benefits of CO2 emission reductions in Canada and the US: An adjoint sensitivity analysis” (Presenting the work of Marjan Soltanzadeh, who could not attend)
    • Angele Genereux (Oral Presentation) – “Estimating age-segregated per-vehicle health benefits for the Canadian fleet”
    • Rabab Mayashekhi (Oral Presentation) – “Development of an Emission Uncertainty Inventory and Modeling Framework: Case Study of Residential Wood Combustion”
    • Melanie Fillingham (Oral Presentation) – “Assessing the impact of grid resolution on forward and backward sensitivity results”
    • Robyn Chatwin-Davies (Poster Presentation) – “Quantifying contributions to U.S. Ozone Environmental Inequality”