Adebayo A. Ogundipe, Ph.D.
- Office: HHS 2112
- Phone: 540-568-4964
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mailing Address:
801 Carrier Drive
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807
Dr Ogundipe’s specialty is in environmental sustainability, physicochemical processes, environmental fate and transport studies and water resources.
- Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in 2006
- M. Eng. in Chemical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in 2003
- B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Lagos in 1999
Dr Ogundipe joined JMU in August 2010 from a position as Research Fellow with the Center for Environmental Systems at Stevens Institute of Technology. He was also concurrently a faculty member in the Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering department at Stevens. His previous research works have involved assessing the environmental viability of newly developed and proposed U.S. Military munitions and the environmental impact of the use of such, as a basis for sustainable best practices. In addition he has worked on the design of remediation systems as well as the development of analytical techniques to identify and evaluate contamination
Scholarly Interests/Research Topics
Dr Ogundipe’s ongoing research involves Life Cycle Impact Assessment Studies, Industrial Ecology, Environmental Compatibility in Product and Process design, Emerging Pollutants and the development of areas of synergistic activities between engineering and non engineering disciplines and specializations with the goal of an interdisciplinary holistic approach to sustainable problem solving.
- September 28
Fall Career & Internship Fair
Festival Conference and Student Center
- October 2
Cohen Center Talk:
David Campbell of Boston University presents: Back to the Future: Recovering the Age of Wonder
- November 13
Cohen Center Talk: Henry Petroski of Duke University presents on the topics of design, success and failure, and history of engineering and technology.
Grafton Stovall Theater
- April 16, 2016
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.