Department of Systems Engineering & Management

Department of Systems Engineering & Management
AFIT Faculty: Michael L. Shelley
CONTACT INFORMATION
Name: Michael L Shelley
Title: Professor
Doctor
Commercial Phone: (937) 255-3636 ext 7387 (7387)
DSN Phone: 785-3636 ext 7387 (7387)
EDUCATION

PhD, 1985, Environmental Science and Engineering, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

MS, 1975, Environmental Engineering, Virginia Tech

BCE, 1974, Civil Engineering, Auburn University

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Research Interests:
·   System dynamics modeling in analyzing long-term management strategies
·   Biochemical contaminant fate and transport modeling in complex environmental systems
·   Physiologically-based pharmacokinetic modeling for improvement of risk analysis paradigms
·    Ecological engineering design to optimize environmental program management
EXPERTISE
  • ATMOSPHERIC DYNAMICS
  • COMPLEX SYSTEMS
  • ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • FACILITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
  • LIQUID AND GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY
  • MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING
  • SIMULATION
  • SIMULATION MODELING AND ANALYSIS
  • ATMOSPHERIC CLIMATIC CHANGES
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESS ANALYSIS AND MODELING
  • DELPHI METHODS
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
  • ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
  • ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
  • ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION
  • ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT
  • ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
  • ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
  • FACILITY LOCATION
  • FLUID DYNAMICS
  • IRREGULAR WARFARE
  • MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING AND OPTIMIZATION
  • RADON
  • REACTION KINETICS
  • SIMULATION
  • SIMULATION MODELING AND ANALYSIS
  • SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
  • SYSTEMS DYNAMICS MODELING
  • WASTEWATER
  • WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION-TECHNICAL ASPECTS
PUBLICATIONS & RESEARCH PAPERS

 

13. Shelley, Wagner, Hussain, and Bleckmann, “Modeling the in vivo case with in vitro nanotoxicity data”, International Journal of Toxicology 27, pp 1-9, 2008 (cit. = 3)
 
12. Amon1, Agrawal2, Shelley, Opperman3, Enright4, Clemmer3, Slusser5, Lach5, Sobolewski3, Gruner4, and Entingh3, "Development of a wetland constructed for the treatment of groundwater contaminated by chlorinated ethenes", Ecological Engineering 30 (1), pp 51-66, May 2007 (cit. = 7)
[Co-PI’s: Amon, Agrawal, Shelley
 1: Wright State Faculty, Dept of Biological Sciences
 2: Wright State Faculty, Dept of Earth & Environmental Sciences
 3: Shelley’s student; 4: Amon’s student; 5: Agrawal’s student]
 
11. Amon3, Jacobson1, and Shelley2, “A fen constructed without hydric soils,” Ecological Engineering 24 (4), pp 341-357, Apr 2005 (cit. = 5)
[1: student; 2: research advisor; 3: Wright State faculty]
 
10. Shelley, Nixon, Bleckmann, Colborn, and Benter, “Dynamic Simulation of Landfill Waste Stabilization,” ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 127, no. 12, pp 1100-1110, Dec 2001 (cit. = 2)
 
9. Shelley and Mudgett, “A Mechanistic Simulation Model of a Constructed Wetland Designed to Remove Organic Matter from Stormwater Runoff,” Journal of Environmental Systems, 27: pp 33-54, 1999 (cit. = 1)
 
8. Ference1, Shelley2, and Pohl, “A Methodology for Habitat Suitability Mapping via the Integration of Multicriteria Evaluation Techniques and GIS: A Pilot Study”, Military Operations Research 3, No. 5, 1999
                        [1: student; 2: research advisor]
 
7. Wood1 and Shelley2, “A Dynamic Model of Bioavailability of Metals in Constructed Wetland Sediments”, Ecological Engineering 12, pp 231-252, 1998 (cit. = 14, including a review of the state-of-the-art in constructed wetlands)
[1: student; 2: research advisor]
 
6. Brennan1 and Shelley2, “A Model of the Uptake, Translocation, and Accumulation of Lead (Pb) by Maize for the Purpose of Phytoextraction”, Ecological Engineering 12, pp 271-297, 1998 (cit. = 31)
[1: student; 2: research advisor]
 
5. Brown1, Shelley2, and Fisher, "A Pharmacokinetic Study of Occupational and Environmental Benzene Exposure with Regard to Gender", Risk Analysis 18, no 2, PP 205-213, 1998 (cit. = 17; including a review of the state-of-the-art in benzene metabolism and human health effects)
[1: student; 2: research advisor]
 
4. Shelley, Harris, and Boehlecke, "A Mathematical Model of Bronchial Absorption of Vapors in the Human Lung and Its Significance in Pharmacokinetic Modeling”, SAR QSAR Environ. Res., 5, pp 221-253, 1996 (cit. = 2; including a review of whole-body pharmacokinetic models, state-of-the-art)
 
3. Cronin1, Oswald1, Shelley2, Fisher, and Flemming, "A Trichloroethylene Risk Assessment Using a Monte Carlo Analysis of Parameter Uncertainty with Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Modeling", Risk Analysis, 15, no. 5, pp 555-565, Oct 1995 (cit. = 13; including several state-of-the-art reviews in pharmacokinetic modeling)
[1: student; 2: research advisor]
 
                  2. Shelley, Andersen, and Fisher, "A Risk Assessment Approach for Nursing Infants Exposed to Volatile Organics through the Mother's Occupational Inhalation Exposure," Applied Industrial Hygiene, 4, no. 1, pp 21-26, Jan 1989 (cit. = 12; including a review of the role of physiological based pharmacokinetic modeling in biological monitoring)
                        (Voted Paper-of-the-Year)
 
                  1. Shelley, Randall, and King, "Evaluation of Chemical-biological and Chemical-physical Treatment for Textile Dying and Finishing Waste," Journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation, 48, no. 4, pp 753-761, Apr 1976 (cit. = 9)
AWARDS & HONORS

 

AWARDS:
 
Instructor of the Quarter, Fall 93, AFIT Graduate School of Engineering (selected by student body for teaching excellence)
 
General Thomas D. White Environmental Quality Award for Individual Excellence (Certificate of Achievement), 1991
 
Commander's Award for Excellence (AFESC), 1990
 
Outstanding Paper of 1989, Applied Industrial Hygiene
 
Nomination, AAMRL Outstanding Research Scientist of the Year, 1987
 
Reserve Officer Association Award (Auburn University)
 
Air Force ROTC Scholarship Award
 
Distinguished Military Graduate, AFROTC
COURSES

 

- Courses Taught:
-- Environmental Systems Engineering (ENVR 550)
(16 offerings, 18 sections)
-- Environmental Risk Analysis (ENVR 651) **
(14 offerings, 16 sections)
-- Ecology and Conservation Management (ENVR 534)
(3 offerings)
-- Physiology and Pharmacokinetic Modeling (ENVR 621)
(1 offering)
-- System Dynamics Analysis (EMGT 642)
(17 offerings)
-- Ecosystem Dynamics (ENVR 622)
            (9 offerings)
-- Independent Study on Dynamics of Ecosystems (ENVR 699)
            (2 offerings)
-- Water & Wastewater Treatment Design (ENVR 645)
            (7 offerings)
-- Ind Study in Advanced Wastewater Treatment Design (ENVR 699)
            (1 offering)
-- Independent Study in Systems Analysis (ENVR 699)
            (2 offerings)
-- Independent Study in Nanoparticle Transport (ENVR 699)
            (1 offering)
-- Independent Study in Physiological Processes (ENVR 699)
            (1 offering)
-- Independent Study in Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Modeling (ENVR 699)
            (1 offering)
-- Strategic Environmental Management (ENVR 775)
            (6 offerings)
-- Industrial Ventilation Design (ENVR 548)
            (5 offerings)