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Marie-Odile Fortier

Marie-Odile P. Fortier

Assistant Professor

307 Bray Hall
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210

Phone: (315) 470-4788/470-6536

Email: mfortier@esf.edu

Education

Ph.D. Environmental Engineering - University of Kansas (2015)

B.S. Environmental Engineering - University of Florida (2010)

Website

http://marieodilefortier.com

Research Interests

  • Life cycle assessment (LCA) methodology development
  • Modeling energy systems
  • Climate intervention strategies
  • Geographic resource demand analysis
  • Deployment of sustainable technologies
  • Algal biofuels
  • Increasing geographic resolution in LCA

Teaching

SRE 225: Physics of Energy (Fall)

SRE 325/525: Energy Systems (Fall)

SRE 479/679: Life Cycle Assessment (Spring)

Publications

Fortier M-OP, Teron L, Reames TG, Munardy DT, and Sullivan BM. "Social life cycle assessment metrics for energy justice." Submitted in 2017 to Applied Energy; under review.

Frank JR, Fortier M-OP, Brown TR, and Malmsheimer RW. "Comparative life cycle assessment of a reusable menstrual cup and disposable tampons." Submitted in 2017 to Sustainable Production and Consumption; under review.

Fortier M-OP, Roberts GW, Stagg-Williams SM, and Sturm BSM. (2017) "Determination of the life cycle climate change impacts of land use and albedo change in algal biofuel production.” Algal Research, in press.

Roberts GW, Sturm BSM, Hamdeh UH, Stanton GE, Rocha A, Kinsella TL, Fortier M-OP, Sazdar S, Detamore MS, and Stagg-Williams SM. (2015) “Promoting catalysis and high-value product streams by in-situ hydroxyapatite crystallization during hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae cultivated with reclaimed nutrients.” Green Chemistry 17(4), 2560-2569.

Fortier M-OP, Roberts GW, Stagg-Williams SM, and Sturm BSM. (2014) “Life cycle assessment of bio-jet fuel from hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae.” Applied Energy 122, 73-82.

Roberts GW, Fortier M-OP, Sturm BSM, and Stagg-Williams SM. (2013) “Promising pathway for algal biofuels through wastewater cultivation and hydrothermal conversion.” Energy & Fuels 27(2), 857-867.

Fortier M-OP and Sturm BSM. (2012) “Geographic analysis of the feasibility of collocating algal biomass production with wastewater treatment plants.” Environmental Science & Technology 46(20), 11426-11434.

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Current Graduate Advisees

Current Graduate Advisees

Dynta Trishana MunardyDynta Trishana Munardy
dymunard@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Fortier
  • Area of Study: FRM Ecology and Ecosystems

Ryan QuinnRyan Quinn
rquinn@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Fortier
  • Area of Study: Sustainable Energy

Julio RosadoJulio Rosado
jcrosado@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Fortier
  • Area of Study: Sustainable Energy

Breck SullivanBreck Sullivan
brsulliv@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Fortier and Malmsheimer
  • Area of Study: Environmental Monitoring

Amanda TromblyAmanda Trombly
ajtrombl@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Fortier
  • Area of Study: Sustainable Energy
  • Undergraduate Institute: Le Moyne College