Paul Blowers
University Distinguished Professor, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
(520) 626-5319

Paul Blowers received his B.S. in chemical engineering from Michigan State University in 1994, then M.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1997, and Ph.D. from the sam in 1999. He moved to the University of Arizona into a faculty position and has remained at UA since then, being promoted to University Distinguished Professor and Full Professor in 2012, 2013, respectively. His research is on using quantum chemistry to predict global warming potentials and other environmental impacts. Other research uses life cycle assessment to categorize the different in environmental impacts when considering personal or corporate choices. His last research area is on transforming the pedagogical approaches for engaging students in learning material at all levels.

Research Themes: 
Carbon emissions and offsets
Decision making
Green business practices
Green economy
Green manufacturing
Modeling and simulation
Atmospheric sciences
Decision support
Emissions
Global warming
Energy
Alternative fuels
Biofuels
Energy conservation
Energy-water nexus
Engineering
Renewable energy
Alternative fuels
Decision making
Water
Engineering
Water reuse

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