Bin Cheng spent the past 3 years as an ORISE post-doc working with the EPA ORD’s Center for Environmental Measurement and Modeling. He worked on a variety of projects including urban-scale measurements and modeling fate and transport of PFAS across multimedia, introducing a new turbulent kinetic energy formulation for dry deposition modeling. Prior to that, he worked on several studies using local-scale dispersion models to assess PM10 from swine and poultry houses, assessing the dynamics of rural and urban atmospheric chemical conditions related to inorganic aerosols, etc. Cheng will be supporting a new NYSERDA award for applying the new ZAPPA model for New York State to address health co-benefits, as the state looks at various pathways for decarbonizing the energy sector, besides supporting couple of other ongoing projects. He earned his Ph.D. in biological and agricultural engineering with a minor in statistics from NCSU.
Ph.D., Major in Biological and Agricultural Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2018
Ph.D., Minor in Statistics, North Carolina State University, 2018
B.S., Agricultural Structure Environment and Energy Engineering, China Agricultural University, 2013