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Stephen H. Levine
Brown University A.B., Sc.B. in Engineering, June 1963
My research interests are on the applications of mathematical and computer models to environmental, ecological, economic, and engineering systems. Much of this falls within the new field of Industrial Ecology. My present research areas include the use of economic input-output models in analyzing the flows of resources and products in industrial systems and the use of computer simulation to evaluate alternative policies for controlling feral cat populations.
CEE 081 Civil Engineering Design
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Full Time
Service on the Faculty
Years of service at Tufts - 35
Other Related Experience
Scientific and Professional Societies
International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE)
Eta Kappa Nu
Courses Taught During Recent Academic Year
ES 005 Mechanics
I enjoy skiing, spinning at the local Y, learning to play the recorder, listening to classical music, books on evolutionary theory and on history, and reading in general. I also like to watch baseball and football games.
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