Anne Steinemann is Professor of Civil Engineering, and Chair of Sustainable Cities, at the University of Melbourne, Australia; and Professor of Engineering, and Chair of Sustainable Infrastructure, at James Cook University, Australia. She is internationally recognised for her research in areas of engineering and sustainability, such as healthy built environments, consumer product emissions, and drought management.
Professor Steinemann serves as adviser to governments and industries around the world, and has directed more than $24 million in competitive research funding. Her work has resulted in new federal and state legislation, agency policies, and industry practices. Professor Steinemann received the US National Science Foundation CAREER Award, and the highest teaching awards at the college, university, and national levels. An interdisciplinary scholar, she has published articles in leading journals in engineering, sciences, policy, and public health, as well as two textbooks: Microeconomics for Public Decisions, and Exposure Analysis. In addition to academic recognition, Professor Steinemann's research and journal articles have received significant international media coverage, spanning more than 1,000 major newspapers, magazines, and broadcast stations across six continents. Professor Steinemann's previous positions include Program Manager at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego; Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Professor of Public Affairs, and Director of the Water Center, at the University of Washington; and Associate Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She was also Visiting Professor at Stanford University, Florida Institute of Technology, and Linköping University in Sweden. Dr. Steinemann received her Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University.For more information, please visit Prof Steinemann's website: www.drsteinemann.comFor her full CV, please visit: www.drsteinemann.com/cv.html
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Evaluating air quality with and without air fresheners
Nigel Goodman, Neda Nematollahi, Giovanni Agosti, Anne Steinemann
Journal article | 2020 | Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health
Air fresheners emit a range of volatile organic compounds, which can include hazardous air pollutants. Exposure to air fresheners ..
Volatile chemical emissions from 134 common consumer products
Neda Nematollahi, Spas D Kolev, Anne Steinemann
Journal article | 2019 | Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health
Emissions from everyday consumer products have been associated with adverse effects on air quality and health. This study investig..
Something in the air but not on the label: A call for increased regulatory ingredient disclosure for fragranced consumer products
S LUNNY, R NELSON, A STEINEMANN
Journal article | 2017 | UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES LAW JOURNAL
The article examines the requirements for fragranced consumer products in Australia. Topics discussed include regulatory framework..
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