Couzo, Evan

Evan Couzo
Former Postdoctoral Associate, Engineering Systems Division
Assistant Professor STEM Education, University of North Carolina at Asheville


Evan's research interests cover a broad range of air quality issues from pollutant formation to regulatory decision-making to public health.  His work at MIT evaluated how sustainable development decisions in Saudi Arabia will affect air quality and health outcomes.  Evan has studied the contribution of heterogeneous nitrous acid formation to oxidant chemistry and radical cycling in an urban environment.  His past work has also investigated non-typical ozone formation in Houston, Texas.

Education + Credentials
B.A., Physics, Williams College, 2005
M.A., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Mississippi, 2007
M.S., Environmental Science and Engineering, University of North Carolina, 2010
Ph.D., Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of North Carolina, 2013

Recent Publications

Joint Program Reprint, Journal Article
Monier, E., S. Paltsev, A. Sokolov, Y.-H.H. Chen, X. Gao, Q. Ejaz, E. Couzo, C. Schlosser, S. Dutkiewicz, C. Fant, J. Scott, D. Kicklighter, J. Morris, H. Jacoby, R. Prinn and M. Haigh  (2018). Nature Communications, 9, 660 (doi:10.1038/s41467-018-02984-9) [PDF]
Joint Program Report
Paltsev, S., A. Sokolov, H. Chen, X. Gao, A. Schlosser, E. Monier, C. Fant, J. Scott, Q. Ejaz, E. Couzo, R. Prinn and M. Haigh (2016). Joint Program Report Series Report 291, February, 34 p. [PDF]

News + Media

News Release
MIT News | 
Feb 13, 2018