The Team

The Worldwide University Network funds multinational, collaborative projects that are responsive to a series of global challenges.  This is one such project, and brings together a group of WUN partners, as well as affiliated partners who have demonstrated an interest in supporting this initiative.

NameInstitutionResearch Interests
Richard E PeltierUniversity of Massachusetts, USatmospheric chemistry, measurements in the developing world, health effects
Charles SchweikUniversity of Massachusetts, USopen source technologies, common space peer production
Samuel Agyei-MensahUniversity of Ghanapopulation geography, development, inequalities and justice
David CarslawUniversity of York, UKair pollution data analytics, spatial and temporal variability of pollution
Camille Raynes-GreenowUniversity of Sydney, Australiaepidemiology focusing on the developing world, cookstove use, cohort studies
Stephen MobbsUniversity of Leeds, UKdata analytics, meteorology


Others, who are not affiliated with Worldwide University Network play an important role in shaping our understanding of these technologies:

Kofi Amegah Adeladza, University of Cape Coast (Ghana)Rejina Maskey, Tribuvan University (Nepal)
Abdus Salam, Dhaka University (Bangladesh)Raphael Arku, University of British Columbia (Canada)
Majid Ezzati, Imperial College (UK)Maheswar Rupakheti, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany
Eben Cross, Aerodyne Research (Billerica, Massachusetts, USA)