Congratulations to our recent Ph.D. and M.S. graduates!
These graduates have explored a variety of issues relating to sustainable transportation and energy efficiency. Some of their studies include energy use and efficiency for government buildings in Beijing, greenhouse gas emissions optimization modeling, environmental analysis of biofuel, and the use of alternative fuels for heavy duty trucks.
Our graduates hold key positions addressing transportation, fuels and energy, and the environment in government agencies, energy companies, automotive companies, non-profit organizations, academic, and more.
UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis) is looking for talented individuals interested in leading the future of sustainable transportation, energy efficiency. ITS-Davis offers programs in Transportation Technology and Policy, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. For more information, click here.
Photo (Left to Right): Zhijun Liu, Micah Fuller, Matthew King, Zhengmao (Jack) Liu, Lin Zhu, Yu (Eileen) Liu, Professors Joan Ogden, John Harvey, and Alissa Kendall; Saleh Zakerinia, Ting Wang, Yu Pei, Xiaoxiao Zhang, Colin Murphy. Photo credit: Adam Gottlieb.