Brajesh Dubey teaches and does research in the area of solid and hazardous waste management at the Department of Environmental Health at the East Tennessee State University. Dr. Dubey graduated with a B.Tech. degree (honors) in civil engineering from IIT Kharagpur, India, in 1997. Following a 4-year stint in a consulting practice (at Engineers India Limited (EIL), New Delhi) as a Civil and Environmental Engineer, he joined the University of Florida’s Environmental Engineering Sciences Ph.D. Program. Dr. Dubey was heavily involved in many different research projects related to solid and hazardous waste management during his stay at the University of Florida. His Ph.D. research focus was on treated wood and its environmental impacts. He graduated with his Ph.D. degree in 2005 and continued his work in the UF Solid Waste research group as a Postdoctoral Fellow and a Research Program Coordinator. Dr. Dubey demonstrated himself to be one of the department’s top contributors during his tenure at the University of Florida. He was awarded an outstanding international student award in 2004 and to date has published approximately 30 refereed journal publications and more than 100 total publications. His research contributions on the environmental impacts of treated wood helped shaping national policy in the USA on this subject. After his tenure at the University of Florida, he taught and did research in environmental engineering at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, before joining the East Tennessee State University as a Faculty Member.
Biography Updated on 7 September 2011