Jack, Joshua | Faculty
Climate and Energy | CO2 Capture, Storage and Use | Energy and Water | Energy Materials | Renewable Energy | Transportation Energy |
Joshua Jack is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Prior to joining the University of Michigan, Prof. Jack served as a postdoctoral research scholar in the Andlinger Center for Energy and Environment and the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at Princeton University. Jack previously earned a bachelor’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and holds a doctoral degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder. During his graduate studies, Jack obtained extensive interdisciplinary research experience at both the DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory and NASA Langley Research Center, and has received numerous awards and honors. Jack’s current research focuses on energy and resource recovery as part of a sustainable water-energy-climate nexus with a special focus on process design of integrated electrochemical and biological technologies towards advanced water treatment, water electrolysis( i.e. H2 production), bioenergy and biofuels synthesis from waste feedstocks, and scalable CO2 valorization into valuable fuels and chemicals. Jack collaborates with many researchers across the College of Engineering as well as various DOE laboratories and private energy companies.