Christopher Frey, professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at NC State, was recently selected to receive Fellow member status in the Air and Waste Management Association.
The Fellow Grade Membership for the Air and Waste Management Association honors members of the association who have shown achievement in their professional accomplishments and in their service to the Association. To be eligible to the recognition, a candidate must have worked in a field related to the mission and objectives of the association for at least 15 years and been an individual member of the association for at least 10 years.
During his time at the College of Engineering, Frey’s research interests have dealt mainly with energy and environmental systems, including work in modeling and evaluation of advanced energy conversion and environmental control systems, measurement and modeling of real-world fuel use and emissions of on-road and non-road vehicles, development and application of methods for quantification of variability and uncertainty and for sensitivity analysis in systems models and exposure and risk analysis.
Frey will be recognized in the AWMA’s monthly magazine in June. He will also be honored at the awards luncheon at the association’s annual meeting in Portland, Oregon on June 26, 2008.
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