The very productive 2018 Multimodal Data Fusion (MMDF) workshop hosted in March 2018 at Northeastern resulted in insightful discussion and productive suggestions for moving the field of multimodal data fusion forward in the coming years.
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- 2012 PhD in Environmental Chemistry at MIT
- 2003 MEng in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT
- National Science Foundation, Ocean Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2015-2016)
- MIT-Xerox Fellowship (2009)
- Geological Society of America, Graduate Research Grant (2009)
- National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship (2004-2007)
- American Geophysical Union
- Geological Society of America
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- A.V. Mueller, H.F. Hemond, Statistical Generation of Training Sets for Measuring NO3-, NH4+, and Major Ions in Natural Waters by an Ion Selective Electrode Array, Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts, 18(5), 2016, 590-599
- A.V. Mueller, M.S. Orosz, A. Narasimhan, R. Kamal, H. Hemond, Y. Goswami, Evolution and Feasibility of Decentralized Concentrating Solar Thermal Power Systems for Modern Energy Access in Rural Areas, MRS Energy and Sustainability, 2016
- M.S. Orosz, A.V. Mueller, Dynamic Simulation of Performance and Cost of Hybrid PVCSP-LPG Generator Micro Grids with Applications to Remote Communities in Developing Countries, Proceedings of the ASME 2015 Power and Energy Conference, 2015, San Diego
- A.V. Mueller, H.F. Hemond, Extended Artificial Neural Networks: Incorporation of a Priori Chemical Knowledge Enables use of Ion Selective Electrodes for in-situ Measurement of Ions at Environmentally-Relevant Levels, Talanta, 117, 2013, 112-118
- A.V. Mueller, H.F. Hemond, Towards an Automated, Standardized Protocol for Determination of Equilibrium Potential of Ion-Selective Electrodes, Analytica Chimica Acta, 690(1), 2011, 71-78
Joins the Civil & Environmental Engineering department in Fall 2016.
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CEE/COS Assistant Professor Amy Mueller, in collaboration with University of Washington and CalTech, will work on a $2.7M DARPA grant for the "Implementation of a synthetic Anammox bio-granular technology in the main wastewater treatment line."
Amy Mueller, assistant professor in the departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Marine and Environmental Sciences, and science and engineering students in her research group are tackling environmental problems using a multidisciplinary research approach.