Geospatial and Toxicity Assessment of Carbon Nanomaterial Releases

Elizabeth Wronko

Rochester Institute of Technology

Elizabeth Wronko is a 3rd year PhD student in the Sustainability Program at RIT working with Dr. Callie Babbitt. She is originally from New Jersey and holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Integrated Science and Technology from James Madison University and a Masters degree in Sustainable Systems from RIT. She is passionate about STEM education and volunteers at various Rochester K-12 schools to share her research and teach about the importance of sustainability. 


The growing demand and use of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) increases the likelihood of release to the environment, especially for freshwater ecosystems. To better understand the potential risks of incorporating ENMs into... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Elizabeth Wronko (Rochester Institute of Technology)
  2. Callie Babbitt (Rochester Institute of Technology)
  3. Sandra Connelly (Rochester Institute of Technology)
  4. Brian Tomaszewski (Rochester Institute of Technology)
  5. Christy Tyler (Rochester Institute of Technology)

Topic Areas

• Management and technology for sustainable and resilient energy, water, food, materials, , • Advances in methods (e.g., life cycle assessment, social impact assessment, resilience a , • Decision support methods and tools


TS-19 » Sustainable Emerging Materials and Technologies (15:30 - Tuesday, 27th June, Room D)

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