Mitchell Robinson is a Research Analyst at the UVM Transportation Research Center. He holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering and a M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Mitch’s research broadly focuses on air quality as it relates to transportation. He is interested in topics around transportation, air quality, and equity, and hopes to use his research to address why and how the most vulnerable people are the most negatively impacted by transportation emissions.
Prior to joining the TRC team in the fall of 2018, Mitch spent several years conducting research at UVM’s Transportation Air Quality (TAQ) Laboratory in the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. His past work focused on measuring particle and gas-phase tailpipe emissions from conventional and comparable hybrid-electric vehicles under real-world driving conditions.