Amir Hakami is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. His research group uses air quality models and novel, in-house mathematical tools to provide policy advice for improving air quality and protecting public health. Hakami’s research at the interface of engineering, public health, and economics aims to valuate the societal damage caused by various pollution sources. His group works towards development of a comprehensive air pollution decision support system that can guide policy development within the context of a changing world.