Dr. Michael Mann, Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor Emeritus has been working in the energy field since 1981. His research interests include production of energy and other value-added products from both conventional and renewable resources. Much of his activity focuses on system integration and the development of energy strategies coupling thermodynamics with political, social, and economic factors. Dr. Mann currently provides support to the Office of Research and Ecnomic Development.
Advanced energy systems firing coal and biomass; emission control; renewable and sustainable energy systems; coupling of thermodynamics with political, social, and economic factors
Ph.D. Energy Engineering
Masters in Business Administration
Masters of Science - Chemical Engineering