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Lingzi Wu

Lingzi Wu is Assistant Professor in the Department of Construction Management. Strategically expanding Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI) is essential to support the electrification of the transportation sector, which is responsible for a significant 27% of total greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. My research interests include assessing and developing an equitable nationwide expansion of EVCI to rectify past injustices rooted in various communities, particularly ones that have been historically underrepresented, environmentally burdened, and economically distressed. Email...

Donald Mackenzie

Donald MacKenzie

Assistant Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering Email | Web Site | LinkedIn CEI-related research interests: Modeling the charging decisions of electric vehicle drivers, and implications for electric grid loads and generation emissions; assessing prospective energy efficiency and travel demand implications of vehicle automation;  evaluating the effects of services such as car-sharing and online shopping on total travel demand. ...

Jun Liu

Jun Liu

Washington Research Foundation Innovation Chair in Clean Energy Campbell Chair Professor, Materials Science & Engineering Professor, Chemical Engineering Email | Web site CEI-related research interests: developing fundamental principles to guide materials synthesis, characterization and application of advanced materials for energy, biomedicine and environment, development and deployment of new materials and technologies for electric vehicles, grid scale energy storage and modern communications. ...