Office: ECJ 5.438
Fax: (512) 471-3191
UT Mail: C1752
The University of Texas at Austin
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Department-CEPM
301 E. Dean Keeton St. Stop C1752
Austin, TX 78712-1094
Area(s) of Expertise:
Construction Engineering and Project Management
Ph.D, Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, 2011
Ph.D, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2011
M.S.E., Environmental and Water Resources, University of Texas at Austin, 2001
B.S.C.E, Civil Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 1999
Evaluating the life-cycle public and private impacts of sustainable building technologies under system constraints.
Blackhurst, M, Matthews HS, Sharrard A, Hendrickson CT, Azevedo IL (2011) “Preparing US community greenhouse gas inventories for climate action plans.” Environmental Research Letters, 6(3), pp 034003.
Blackhurst, M, Azevedo IL, Matthews HS, Hendrickson CT (2011) “Designing building energy efficiency programs for greenhouse gas reductions.” Energy Policy. 39(9), pp 5269-5279
Blackhurst MF, Hendrickson CT, Sels i Vidal J. (2010 )“Direct and Indirect Water Withdrawals for US Industrial Sectors.” Environmental Science and Technology, 44 (6), pp 2126–2130. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es903147k
Blackhurst MF, Hendrickson CT, Matthews HS. (2010) “Cost Effectiveness of Green Roofs.” Journal of Architectural Engineering. 16 (4) pp 136 - 143.
Mashayekh Y, Jaramillo P, Samaras C, Hendrickson CT, Blackhurst MF, MacLean HL, H. Scott Matthews. (2012) “Potentials for Sustainable Transportation in Cities to Alleviate Climate Change Impacts.” Environmental Science and Technology. 46(5), pp.2529–2537.
Hoesly R, Blackhurst MF, Matthews HS, Miller JF, Maples A, Pettit M, Izard C, Fischbeck P. “Historical Footprinting and Implications for Sustainability Planning: A Case Study of the Pittsburgh Region.” Environmental Science and Technology. In Press.