- MS, Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT, 2012
- B.S.E., Mechanical Engineering, Duke University, 2010
Fields: Environmental Impacts of Aviation, Alternative Energy
Lab Role: Research Assistant
I am originally from Fairfax, VA and attended Duke University from 2006 to 2010. I just completed my Masters degree at MIT and am continuing on to a PhD. My Masters work focused on performing global scale policy analysis for aviation policy scenarios, including determining climate and air quality impacts of aircraft emissions for an ultra-low sulfur fuel scenario. My PhD work will focus on alternative energy uses, including environmental impacts and overall cost-effectiveness.
Publications and Presentations
Barrett S.R.H., Yim S.H.L., Gilmore C.K., Murray L.T., Tai A.P.K., Kuhn S.R., Jacob D.J., Yantosca R.M., Byun D., Ngan F., Li X.S., Ashok A., Koo J., Levy J., Dessens O., Balasubramanian S., Fleming G.G., Wollersheim C., Malina R., Pearlson M.N., Stratton R.W., Arunachalam S., Binkowski F.S., Hileman J.I. and Waitz I.A. (2012). Public Health, Climate and Economic Impacts of Desulfurizing Aviation Fuel, Environ. Sci. Technol., 46(8) 4291-4296.
“Benefit-Cost Assessment of Aviation Environmental Policies”, C. Gilmore, SM Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, May 2012.