Dr. Kevin Repasky, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Kevin Repasky’s research is in laser development and remote sensing. Instruments under investigation by Kevin in the Applied Optics Research lab target the interaction of aerosols, water vapor and clouds. Some of these have been field deployed for the sensing of CO2 both above and below ground at carbon sequestration sites. Related work is expected to lead to a better understanding of climate change and the improvement of weather forecasting models.
See information on Dr. Repasky's technologies available for license under Optics.
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