Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Jessica Tryner

Research Scientist

Center for Energy Development and Health

Research Areas

I am interested in research topics related to energy, combustion, and air pollution. The goal of my research is to reduce emissions of pollutants such as carbon monoxide and particulate matter, which are harmful to human health, from combustion systems. To that end, I study how changes in design, fuels, and operational parameters affect emissions from devices such as household biomass cook stoves and diesel engines.