Geoffrey M. Lewis

Geoff Lewis
Position: 
Core Staff
Research Specialist
Email: 
glewis@umich.edu
Degrees: 
Ph.D. Landscape Architecture and Architecture, University of Michigan, '06
M.S. Architecture, University of Michigan '01
M.S. Natural Resources, University of Michigan, '94
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, '83
Research Interests: 

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

  • Associate Professor (tenured), School of Planning, Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo. Waterloo, ON Canada. 2014-2016.
  • Assistant Professor, School of Planning, Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON Canada. 2008-2014.
  • Engineer, Westinghouse Electro-Optical Systems. Orlando, FL.
  • Engineer, Raytheon Missile Systems Division. Bedford, MA.
  • Engineer, Kollsman Instrument Company. Merrimack, NH.

ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS

  • Christidis, T., Lewis, G., & Bigelow, P. 2017. Understanding support and opposition to wind turbine development in Ontario, Canada and assessing possible steps for future development. Renewable Energy 112:93-103.
  • Casello, J., G. Lewis, D.  Santiago, and K. Yeung. 2014. Transit technology selection model. Journal of Public Transportation 17(4): 50-75.
  • Bennett, Claire and Geoffrey Lewis, 2014.  Integrating a triple bottom line approach into the management system: A framework for institutions and businesses alike. In 2nd World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities, Manchester UK, September 3-5, 2014.
  • Mallia, Eric and Geoffrey McD. Lewis. 2013. Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of electricity generation in the province of Ontario. Int. J. LCA 18(2):377-391.
  • Lewis, Geoffrey and Jeff Casello, 2012.  Commonalities between energy and transportation systems – problem-solving across a disciplinary boundary.  In QUEST 2012 International Conference & Tradeshow – Smart Energy Communities in Cold Climates, Winnipeg, MB, November 18-21, 2012.
  • Moore, Michael R., Geoffrey McD. Lewis and Daniel J. Cepela.  2010. Markets for Renewable Energy and Pollution Emissions: Environmental Claims, Emission-Reduction Accounting, and Product Decoupling.  Energy Policy 38(10): 5956-5966.
  • Lewis, Geoffrey and R.J. Laverne, 2009. Catastrophic Loss of Tree Canopy and an Opportunity to Study the Effect of Trees on Residential Energy Use.  In Proceedings of the 4th Annual Canadian Solar Buildings Conference, Toronto, ON, June 25-27, 2009, by the Solar Buildings Research Network.
  • Malkawi, Ali M., Yi, Y. K., and Lewis, G.  2005.  Integrated evaluation of a photovoltaic installation. Journal of Architectural Engineering 11(4): 131-138. 
  • Lewis, Geoffrey McD., and E. Brabec.  2005. Regional land pattern assessment: development of a resource efficiency measurement method.  Landscape and Urban Planning 72(4): 281-296.
  • Lewis, Geoffrey McD., and E. Brabec.  2005. Development of regional measurement methods:  the context for quantifying influence and impact.  Landscape Review 10(1 & 2): 44-48
  • Lewis, Geoffrey M., and Ali M. Malkawi.  2004. Links Between Satellite Thermal Imagery and Building Energy Use.  In Proceedings of the Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction: World Building Congress CIB2004 in Toronto, ON, May 2-7, 2004 by the National Research Council of Canada, 677-684.  Ottawa, ON, Canada: NRC.
  • Singh, M., M. Wang, N. Hazard, and G. Lewis.  2000. Quantifying the Fuel Use and Greenhouse Gas Reduction Potential of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, SAE paper 2000-01-1581.  In Society of Automotive Engineers Future Car Congress in Arlington, VA, April 2-6, 2000.  SAE, Warrendale, PA.
  • Murrell, J. D., G. M. Lewis, D. M. Baker, and D. N. Assanis.  1997. An Early-Design Methodology for Predicting Transient Fuel Economy and Catalyst-Out Exhaust Emissions, SAE paper 971838.  In Society of Automotive Engineers Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference in Indianapolis, IN, May 19–22, 1997. SAE,  Warrendale, PA.
  • Laverne, Robert J., and G. M. Lewis.  1996.  The Effect of vegetation on residential energy use in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Journal of Arboriculture 22(5): 234-243.
Admin Content
Start Date: 
Wednesday, September 1, 1999
Monday, February 1, 2016