Julian D. Marshall
John R. Kiely Endowed Professor
Office: Wilcox 268
Phone: (206) 685-2591
PhD, UC Berkeley, 2005
MS, UC Berkeley, 2002
BSE, Princeton University, 1996
My research is in exposure assessment: understanding how much pollution people breathe, and how to reduce those exposures. My specific areas of focus are (1) Air pollution impacts of urban form; (2) Air pollution and health impacts of transportation energy consumption, including alternative fuels (biofuels, electric vehicles) and active travel (walking, biking); (3) In situ measurement of fine particles in developing countries.
Two core themes underlying those areas are modeling and measuring spatiotemporal variability in pollution concentrations; and environmental justice: understanding who is more exposed or less exposed to air pollution, how exposures correlate with attributes such as race or income, and how changes in emissions might shift existing exposure gaps.
Right now (Fall 2015) I am at University of Minnesota. I will be joining the University of Washington in February 2016.
More information on my research is available here.
- Air quality engineering
- Air pollution exposure assessment
- Environmental impacts of energy consumption
- Environmental engineering in low-income countries
- Environmental health
- Environmental justice