Erin Gibbemeyer

Contact Information

  • Email: Erin Gibbemeyer
  • Phone: 937-229-2627
  • Location: Kettering Laboratories Room 542

Erin Gibbemeyer

Lecturer

  • Full-Time Faculty

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Chemical Engineering with a Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization in University Teaching, The Ohio State University, 2014
  • B.Cm.E., Chemical Engineering, University of Dayton, 2009
  • B.S., Applied Mathematical Economics, University of Dayton, 2009

Academic Experience

  • Lecturer (2018 to Present)
  • Adjunct Professor-University of Dayton (2014 to 2017)
  • Graduate Research Associate-The Ohio State University (2010 to 2014)
  • Guest Lecturer-The Ohio State University, on the topic of Agroecosystems FABENG 5320

Non-Academic Experience

  • Quality Engineering Co-op-MeadWestvaco Calmar (2008)

Professional Organizations

  • American Society for Engineering Education

Publications

  • Gibbemeyer, E. L., Singh, S., Tam, B. E., Urban, R. A., & Bakshi, B. R. Forthcoming. The carbon-nitrogen nexus of transportation fuels manuscript.
  • Singh, S., Gibbemeyer, E. L., & Bakshi, B. R. (2014). N footprint and the nexus between C and N footprints. In Assessing and measuring environmental impact and sustainability, ed. Jiri Klemes.
  • Zhang, Y., Gibbemeyer, E. L., & Bakshi, B. R. Forthcoming. Comparing input-output methods for life cycle assessment, Part II: Empirical evaluation. Journal of Industrial Ecology.
  • Landers, E. F., Urban, R. A., & Bakshi, B. R. (2012). Accounting for ecosystem goods and services in life cycle assessment and process design. In Life cycle assessment handbook: A guide for environmentally sustainable products, ed. Mary Ann Curran.

Conference Presentations

  • Gibbemeyer, E. L., & Bakshi, B. R. (2014). Seeking synergies between buildings and surrounding environments for a sustainable built environment. U.S.-Israel Workshop on Industrial Ecology in Multi-Scale Design and Construction of Sustainable Built Environments, March 9-11, in Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Gibbemeyer, E. L., & Bakshi, B. R. (2013). Integrating technological and ecological design for sustainable buildings on a university campus. AIChE Annual National Meeting, November 3-8, in San Francisco, CA.
  • Gibbemeyer, E. L., & Bakshi, B. R. (2013). Eco-synergy design: Integrating technological & ecological systems on campus for sustainability. Chemical Engineering Graduate Research Symposium, September 16, in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Gibbemeyer, E. L., & Bakshi, B. R. (2013). Eco-synergy design: Integrating technological and ecological systems on campus for sustainability. ISSST Annual National Meeting, May 15-17, in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Bakshi, B. R., Landers, E. F., Singh, S., Merugula, L. A., Mishchenko, O., & Fiksel, J. (2012). Accounting for ecosystem services in life cycle assessment by Eco-LCA: Advances in methodology and software.  AIChE National Meeting, October 28-November 2, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Urban, R. A.,Landers, E. F.Bakshi, B. R., & Ziv, G. (2012). Evaluating the sustainability & resource consumption of bioproducts using Eco-LCA & spatial analysis. AIChE National Meeting, October 28-November 2, in Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Landers, E. F., Laing, B. E., & Bakshi, B. R. (2011). Comparing resource consumption and sustainability of bio-based materials using Eco-LCA. AIChE Annual National Meeting, October 16-21, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Landers, E. F., Singh, S., & Bakshi, B. R. (2002). Comparing resource consumption in the U.S. economy for 1997 and 2002 via Eco-LCA: A case study on bio-fuels. ISIE International Conference, June 7-10, in Berkeley, CA.

Professional Development

  • KEEN Innovative Teaching Workshop, June 2016, development of entrepreneurial mindset and active learning module and incorporation into courses 2016-2017.
  • Preparing Future Faculty Program, The Ohio State University, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, mentored by Dr. Michael Fuson, professor of chemistry, Denison University.
  • Faculty Mentored Teaching Assistant, The Ohio State University, Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Design CHBE 3610, Dr. Jim Rathman, Spring 2013.