Civil & Environmental Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Office: 123D Porter Hall
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website:http://faculty.ce.cmu.edu/small/
Mitchell Small, H. John Heinz Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering & Engineering and Public Policy
Areas of Interest:
Mathematical modeling of environmental quality: statistical methods and uncertainty analysis; human exposure modeling; human risk perception and decision making; applications to drinking water, air toxics; contaminated sediments, and groundwater risk assessment.
Ph.D. 1982, University of Michigan
- Gilau, A.M. and M.J. Small. 2007. Designing cost-effective seawater reverse osmosis under optimal energy options. Renewable Energy. Accepted for publication.
- Gilau, A.M., R. Van Buskirk and M.J. Small. 2007. Enabling optimal energy options under the Clean Development Mechanism. Energy Policy. Accepted for publication.
- Choi, T., M. J. Schervish, K. A. Schmitt and M. J. Small. 2007. A Bayesian approach to a logistic regression model with incomplete information. Biometrics, Accepted for publication.
- Ryker, S.J. and M.J. Small. 2007. Combining occurrence and toxicity information to identify priorities for drinking-water mixture research. Risk Analysis, Accepted for publication.
- Higgins, C.J., H.S. Matthews, C.T. Hendrickson and M.J. Small. 2007. Lead demand of future vehicle technologies. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 12(2): 103-114.