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Jacek A. Koziel.

Jacek A. Koziel, an assistant professor, recently received a research/teaching appointment at Iowa State University with the animal and plant systems engineering focus group. Koziel received his bachelor's and master's degrees in mechanical engineering in 1989 from Warsaw University of Technology, Poland; a master's degree in environmental quality engineering in 1993 from the University of Alaska; and a doctoral degree in civil engineering from the University of Texas in 1998.

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Koziel's areas of teaching include air quality engineering, animal production systems, livestock odor and air emissions measurement and control technologies, engineering technology, and critical emerging areas. His research encompasses air quality engineering and livestock odor. Koziel was formerly a Texas Agricultural Experiment Station assistant professor of air quality engineering at Amarillo, a faculty member of the Center for Agricultural Air Quality Engineering and Science in Texas A&M University's Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department and Texas Cooperative Extension, and adjunct professor at West Texas A&M University. He is credited with initiating the first confined-swine odor research program in Texas. He has been a member of ASAE for six years.
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Date:Nov 1, 2004
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