Joshua Fu has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for his lifetime of research into solving environmental issues.
John D. Tickle Professor Joshua Fu wrote about the toxicity of wildfire smoke in an article titled “Wildfire Smoke is […]
John D. Tickle Professor Joshua Fu’s eminence in the area of air pollution and control has earned him the distinction […]
While nitrogen is an essential element in nature, excessive amounts of nitrogen, mostly coming from human activities like combustion and […]
John D. Tickle Professor Joshua Fu was part of a team that evaluated if a shift to electric vehicles will result in lowering the Taiwan’s particulate matter.
John D. Tickle Professor Joshua Fu has completed a collaborative study to understand how smoke particles from wildfires can impact human health.
Professor Joshua Fu was appointed to the WMO’s Scientific Leadership Team of the Measurement-Model Fusion for Global Total Atmospheric Deposition project.
John D. Tickle Professor Joshua Fu was quoted in a recent Knoxville News Sentinel article about Knoxville’s air quality. The […]
The Graduate Student Senate recognized John D. Tickle Professor Joshua Fu, doctoral student Jiani Tan, and master’s student Elina Geut at a recent awards ceremony.
The Graduate School recently awarded a Student/Faculty Research award to CEE’s John D. Tickle Professor Joshua Fu and his doctoral […]
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