Roksana Mahmud


Roksana Mahmud received her Master’s degree in 2015 from Oklahoma State University in Chemical Engineering. Her research was focused on Development of a Sustainability Evaluator Interface to carry out sustainability analysis of Chemical Processes. Before that she got her Bachelor’s degree in 2009 from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh. She also received her MBA in 2013 from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. She joined Clemson University to pursue her PhD in Environmental Engineering and Earth Science in 2016.

Her research focus at Clemson University is to develop a tool by integrating Techno-economic Analysis (TEA) tool and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) tool to evaluate economic performance and environmental impacts simultaneously for early-stage technology appraisal.

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Honors & Awards:


    Dancz, C.L.A., Ketchman, K.J., Burke, R.D., Mahmud, R., Bilec, M.M., Adams, E.A., Parrish, K., Allenby, B., Khanna, V., & Landis, A.E. (2016). Integrating Sustainability Grand Challenges and Experiential Learning into Engineering Curricula: Years 1 through 3. Conference Proceedings of American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, June 26-29, 2016 New Orleans, LA.


    Mahmud, R., Carbajales-Dale, M.; and High, K. (2017) Poster: Development of Sustainability Evaluator Interface to Determine Environmental, Economic and Social Impacts of Chemical Processes, Engineering Sustainability, Pittsburgh, PA, April 9-11, 2017
    Mahmud, R., High, K. and Carbajales-Dale, M. (2016) Poster: Integrating Techno-Economic Analysis (TEA) and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), LCA XVI, Charleston, SC.