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Dr. William J. Makofske received his Ph.D. in physics from Rutgers University and has been a faculty member at Rutgers University, University of Minnesota and Columbia University. His main area of interest has been on physics and the environment where he has focused on the environmental impacts of energy production, computer modeling of environmental systems, alternative energy sources, radon, and global climate change. He has been a visiting scientist at the Building Research Establishment in England and at Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois. In 1999, he received a Fulbright Fellow in alternative energy and environmental protection in Germany. He teaches courses in the physics, environmental science and environmental studies majors.

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WILLIAMJ.MAKOFSKE,Ph.D. ProfessorofPhysics SchoolofTheoreticalandAppliedScience RamapoCollegeofNewJersey CurriculumVitae,2005 WORKADDRESS: ADDRESS:

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TheoreticalandAppliedScience Mahwah,NewJersey07450 2016847752

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EDUCATIONALBACKGROUND Degrees Ph.D.inPhysics M.S.inPhysics Institution

B.S.inPhysics PROFESSIONALEXPERIENCE Title

DateAwarded RutgersUniversityJanuary1968 Rutgers University June1966 PrattInstituteJune1964

Agency

ProfessorofPhysics

Dates Ramapo College of New Jersey 1/80 pres. 1

Mahwah,NewJersey MeadowlandsScholar RamapoCollege/NJMeadowlands9/04=9/05. EnvironmentalCenter

Convener,EnvironmentalRamapoCollegeofNewJersey9/999/00. Science Mahwah,NewJersey 9/019/05. FulbrightScholar AlternativeEnergyandEnv.6/99 ProtectioninGermany Ramapo College of New Jersey 9/85 6/88 9/949/95 1/986/99

Director,Institutefor

EnvironmentalStudies

Mahwah,NewJersey

VisitingResearch Scientist Consultant,Radon

1993

ArgonneNationalLaboratory1992 Argonne,Illinois New YorkState Energy Office 1987 1992 Albany,NewYork Ramapo College of New Jersey 9/85 9/90

Program Convener,MathPhysics

Program

Mahwah,NewJersey 2

VisitingResearch 1/846/84 Scientist Assoc.ProfessorPhysics

Building

Research

Establishment

Garston,England Ramapo College of New Jersey 9/76 12/79

Mahwah,NewJersey Asst.ProfessorPhysics

ResearchAssociatein

Ramapo College of New Jersey 9/74 9/76 Mahwah,NewJersey Columbia University 8/71 8/74 NewYork,NewYork Columbia 9/726/74 NewYork,NewYork University

Physics Lecturer,Instructor inPhysics ResearchAssociate inPhysics LecturerinPhysics

University of Minnesota 8/687/71 Minneapolis,Minnesota University of 9/696/71 Minneapolis,Minnesota 3 Minnesota

Postdoctoral Fellow 1/688/68 inPhysics CoadjutantInstructor inPhysics ResearchFellowin Physics TeachingFellowin

Rutgers University

NewBrunswick,NewJersey RutgersUniversity9/676/68 NewBrunswick,NewJersey Rutgers 6/651/68 University

NewBrunswick,NewJersey

Physics

NewBrunswick,NewJersey

Rutgers University 9/646/65

CANDIDATE'SPROFILE A. CoursesTaught(19952005) EcologicalAgriculture SustainableCommunities ToolsforDataAnal. AppropriateTechnology 300level S98 300level F96 600level S98,S99 300 S00,S02,S03,S04,

level

EnergyandSociety

s05 200 level S05,F04,S04,F03,S03, F02,S01,F00,S99,F98 F97,S97,F96,S96,F95, S96,F95,S95, 300levelF05,F04,F02,F01

ComputerModinEnvSci.Lec 4

F99,F98,F97,F96,F95 ComputerModinEnvSciLab 300level F04,F02,F01,F99, F98,F97,F96,F95 TopicsinEnv.Modeling 300 F03 ModernPhysicsLec 200 level F05,F95 ModernPhysicsLab 200level F04,F03,F01,F97,F95 EnergyEfficientSolarDesign300level S95 Intro.toEnv.Studies 100 S02,F99,S97,S96 Nuclear&Cond.MatterPhys.300levelS96 AdvancedDynamics(Adv.Phys.I)300level F02,F96 Sr.Sem.Nutrition,Energy 400levelS04,S00 &Agric.AGlobalPerspective B.Scholarship 1.RecentWork Research and study of sustainable building design, zero energyhouses,andenergystoragesystems(ongoing).Researchand study of alternative energy and environmental protection as FulbrightScholar,1999.Researchworkonsabbaticalprojectson windenergyinGermanyandtheUnitedStates,andonphotovoltaic development, 20002001. Grant work developing energy curricula for Meadowlands Environmental Center, 2004=2005. Article on sustainableenergy,2005. Research and writing of a book, Radons Deadly Daughters: Science,EnvironmentalPolicyandthePoliticsofRisk,withM. Edelstein,publishedbyRowmanandLittlefield,1998. Research work on sustainable buildings. Conference presentation and proceedings publication, 1997. Designed and builtpassivesolarenergyefficienthome,19971998.Sustainable buildingdesignentryandconferencepostersession,2000.Home includedonNationalSolarTour,20032005. 5 level

Researchworkwithstudentsondesignandinstallationofa trackingphotovoltaicsolarwaterpumpingsystem(1997),ahigh efficiency1KWwindturbinesystem(1999),andasolarhotwater system(2000)attheRamapoAlternateEnergyCenter. Research and writing of articles on air pollution, stratospheric ozone depletion and global climate change and editingofentiremanuscript,TechnologyandGlobalEnvironmental Issues,withE.Karlin,publishedbyHarperCollins,1995. 2.SummaryofResearchandScholarlyInterests Developmentandassessmentofrenewableenergytechnologies; design and construction of sustainable buildings; studies in globalclimatechangeandregional/globalairpollution;global environmental problems; interaction of science, technology and publicpolicy;testingandmitigationforradonandradonpolicy; environmental radioactivity; design/construction of appropriate technology projects including solar greenhouses, passive solar buildings,windelectricandwaterpumpingsystems,andintensive biological agricultural systems; development of software for passive solar design and passive solar design tools, including large thermal network computer models for predicting building performance; studies in theoretical and experimental nuclear physics. 3.Publications Books: RadonsDeadlyDaughters:Science,EnvironmentalPolicyand the Politics of Risk, M. Edelstein and W.Makofske, Rowman and Littlefield,1998. TechnologyandGlobalEnvironmentalIssues,W.Makofske,E. Karlin,(eds.),HarperCollinsCollegePublishers,1995. 6

Technology, Development and the Global Environment, W. Makofske, H. Horowitz, E. Karlin, P. McConnell, Editors, InstituteforEnvironmentalStudies,RamapoCollege,Mahwah,New Jersey,1991. Reducing Indoor Radon: Training Manual, W. Makofske (coauthor),NewYorkStateEnergyOffice,Albany,NewYork,1989. Received Blue Pencil Award from National Association of GovernmentCommunicators. Radon and the Environment, W. Makofske, M. Edelstein, Editors,NoyesPublications,ParkRidge,NewJersey,1988. Radon and the Environment, W. Makofske, M. Edelstein, Editors, Institute for Environmental Studies, Ramapo College, Mahwah,NewJersey,1987. Recentarticlesandotherwork:

"Sustainable Energy in the 21st Century," W. Makofske, SustainableFutures,editedbyT.Schroyerand,Press, 2005,pp. BookReviewforAbruptClimateChange,W.Makofske,Forumon PhysicsandSociety,August2005. Book Review for Energy and Society, W. Makofske, Forum on PhysicsandSociety,July2003. "The Real Radioactivity Problem in Warwick," P. McConnell and W. Makofske, The Warwick Advertiser, Warwick, NY, November 29,2002. "Calpine Proposes Electrical Generating Facility in Waywayanda, NY", W. Makofske, Ecowatch,OE Newsletter,Goshen, NY,January2002. "TheSustainabilityCenteratRamapoCollege,"W.Makofske, 7

S. Tilly, K. Reisinger, The MidAtlantic Sustainability Conference: Energy, Buildings and the Bottom Line, NESEA Conference,RutgersUniversity,Newark,NJ,June27,2002. Sustainable Building Design in Warwick, NY, W. Makofske, DesignCompetitionEntryandPosterSession,Conference:Building Energy 2000: Buildings, People and the Planet, Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.,March1518,2000. AComparisonofQuantitativeReasoninginTwoEnvironmental Courses, W. Makofske, Proceedings of Quantitative Reasoning in theCurriculum,StocktonStateCollege,March1999. An Integrative Systems Approach for Enhancing Building Performance and Affordability, W. Makofske, Proceedings of the Conference on Building Energy: Ensuring a Sustainable Future, NortheastSustainableEnergyAssociation,1997. "TechnologyandGlobalEnvironmentalIssues:AnIntroduction and Overview," W.J. Makofske, Eric F. Karlin, Howard Horowitz, Patricia McConnell, In: Technology and Global Environmental Issues, W.J. Makofske, Eric F. Karlin (Eds.), H. Horowitz, P. McConnell Assoc. Eds.), HarperCollins College Publishers, 1995, pp.118. "HydroDevelopment," E.F. Karlin, H. Horowitz, W. J. Makofske, Technology and Global Environmental Issues, W.J. Makofske,EricF.Karlin(Eds.),H.Horowitz,P.McConnellAssoc. Eds.),HarperCollinsCollegePublishers,1995,pp.107125. "Desertification,"H.Horowitz,E.F.Karlin,W.J.Makofske, Technology and Global Environmental Issues, W.J. Makofske, Eric F. Karlin (Eds.), H. Horowitz, P. McConnell Assoc. Eds.), HarperCollinsCollegePublishers,1995,pp.174190. "WorldAirPollution:Sources,Impacts,andSolutions,"E.F. Karlin and W.J. Makofske, Technology and Global Environmental Issues, W.J. Makofske, Eric F. Karlin (Eds.), H. Horowitz, P. 8

McConnell Assoc. Eds.), HarperCollins College Publishers, 1995, pp.215244. "Stratospheric Ozone Depletion," W.J. Makofske and E.F. Karlin, Technology and Global Environmental Issues, W.J. Makofske,EricF.Karlin(Eds.),H.Horowitz,P.McConnellAssoc. Eds.),HarperCollinsCollegePublishers,1995,pp.245268. "The Challenge of Global Climate Change," W.J. Makofske, Technology and Global Environmental Issues, W.J. Makofske, Eric F. Karlin (Eds.), H. Horowitz, P. McConnell Assoc. Eds.), HarperCollinsCollegePublishers,1995,pp.269287. "TheSuitabilityofLowCostUrbanAirshedModelinginthe Chicago Area," M.E. Fernau, W.J. Makofske, and D.W. South, BulletinoftheAmericanMeterologicalAssociation,January1994. "Review and Impacts of Climate Change Uncertainties," M. Fernau,W.MakofskeandD.South,Futures,October1993,pp.850 863. "Global Warming: A Synopsis of Current Scientific Uncertainties," M. Fernau, W. Makofske and D. South, Global ChangeScalar,ANL/GCS2,September1993. "PotentialImpactsofTitleINonattainmentontheElectric Power Industry: A Chicago Case Study (Phase 2)," M.E. Fer