Center for Environmental Systems (CES)
The Center for Environemental Systems is generating new scientific knowledge leading to the creation of innovative technologies, sound environmental policy, and sensible resource management. Learn more about our areas of expertise.
Education from Environmental Experts
The Center for Environmental Systems is a leader in providing environmental education at the graduate and undergraduate level through degree and certificate programs. Learn more about our academic programs.
Technology Development & Commercialization
The Center for Environmental Systems develops new and innovative environmental technologies in collaboration with industry, government, and environmental service organizations through the marketplace realization of home-grown environmental technologies (high-tech spin-off companies such as HydroGlobe and PlasmaSol).
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Christos Christodoulatos, Director
The Center for Environmental Systems is directed by Civil, Environmental, and Ocean Engineering Professor Christos Christodoulatos. Since 2014, Christodoulatos has been leading a multi-million-dollar sustainability initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Defense. Part of the Army’s Net Zero Initiative established during the Obama administration, the multifaceted, multidepartmental project aims to improve energy efficiency, water consumption and solid waste reduction at military industrial base facilities through sustainability best practices.