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Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering

Dr. Gilmore works at the intersection of technology, society, and policy to better understand and identify solutions to the complex problems posed by climate change and other local to global environmental issues, like air pollution. Her research has focused on developing scenarios for integrated assessments of climate change, modeling human responses to environmental changes, and technological and societal transformations for mitigation and adaptation to climate change. She integrates tools and knowledge across engineering, social and economic sciences, and public policy.


B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc. (University of Toronto)
Dual PhD in Engineering and Public Policy and Chemical Engineering (Carnegie Mellon University)

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