Earth & Atmospheric Science
Additional Departments/Affiliated Programs
Earth System Science and Environmental Engineering
Areas of Expertise/Research
- Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment
- Environmental Standards and Standardization
- Occupational Safety
- Agricultural Geophysics
Marshak Science Building
Dr. Angelo Lampousis serves as a lecturer since 2013 at the department of earth and atmospheric sciences of the City College of New York, City University of New York. His teaching and curriculum development efforts have been recognized nationally and internationally. In 2017 he was awarded a 70,000 grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to support standards-based training for geoscientists. Dr. Lampousis was also the recipient of the 2019 ASTM International Professor of the Year Award. He has been an active member of the ASTM International committee on environmental assessment, risk management, and corrective action (E50) since 2010. He also serves on the Committee on Education of the American National Institute on Standards (ANSI) and he is a board member of the Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE). He is the coordinator of the annual agricultural geophysics workshop at Cornell University’s Long Island Horticultural Research & Extension Center in Riverhead, NY, featuring geophysical equipment hands-on demonstrations for CCNY students and Long Island vineyard guided tours. Dr. Lampousis is associate editor of FastTIMES, the quarterly magazine on near-surface geophysics of the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS).
Ph.D. Earth & Environmental Sciences, Graduate School & University Center, City University of New York.
M.Phil. Earth & Environmental Sciences, Graduate School & University Center, City University of New York.
B.Sc. Agriculture, School of Geotechnical Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
- MHC 20301 (undergraduate) Honors Seminar III on Science and Technology Macaulay Honors College, CUNY
- EAS 10400 (undergraduate) Perspectives on Global Warming
- ENGR 10610 (undergraduate) Earth Systems Science & Engineering
- EAS 10600 (undergraduate) Earth Systems Science
- EAS 21700 (undergraduate) Systems Analysis
- EAS 32800 (undergraduate) Global Environmental Hazards
- EAS 33300 (undergraduate) and EAS B3300 (graduate) Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
- EAS 33400 (undergraduate) and EAS B3400 (graduate) Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
- PGEOG 130 (undergraduate) Weather & Climate, Department of Geography Hunter College, CUNY
- PGEOG 231 (undergraduate) Geomorphology, Department of Geography Hunter College, CUNY
Integration of near-surface geophysical measurements with data from aerial drones in vineyards; occupational health and safety standards for first responders; joint interpretation of remote sensing and surface geophysical data in high-latitude tundra and boreal forest environments to characterize permafrost’s active layer and in support of modeling efforts of long- term carbon sequestration in permafrost soils in arctic environments.
Publications, Conference Proceedings, Presentations
- James M. Meyers, Angelo Lampousis, and Olga Vargas, (2018), "Integration of near-surface geophysical measurements with data from aerial drones in a Hudson Valley vineyard," SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts: 2810-2812. https://doi.org/10.1190/segam2018-2997795.1
- Lampousis, Angelo, (2017), The pursuit of relevance in standards-based curriculum development: The CCNY approach, Standards Engineering Journal of the Society for Standards Professionals (SES), July/August 2017 Issue. [cover feature]
- Bower Peter, Kelsey Ryan, Bennington Bret, Lemke Lawrence D., Liddicoat Joseph, Miccio Briane Sorice, Lampousis Angelo, Thompson Doug M., Seewald Bess Greenbaum, Kney Arthur D., Graham Tamara, and Datta Saugata, (2014), Brownfield Action: Dissemination of a SENCER Model Curriculum and the Creation of a Collaborative STEM Education Network, Science Education and Civic Engagement Journal, Issue 6, Volume 1, Winter 2014.
- Lampousis, Angelo, and Drozdov, Mark, (2017), The Impact of New York State's 2016 Mold Licensing Requirement on Indoor Air Quality Assessments, 2017 Annual Conference of the Environmental Information Association (EIA,) March 25-29, 2017, Orlando, FL.
- Schenine Mitchell, Cindy Wang, Karmin Chong, and Angelo Lampousis, (2017), An analysis of the economic and environmental impact of the U.S. EPA's Brownfields program in New York and New Jersey from 2009 to 2014 using GIS, 2017 Annual Conference of the Environmental Information Association (EIA,) March 25-29, 2017, Orlando, FL.
- Lampousis Angelo, Kendall Aaron, and Caruso Chris, (2015), The Integration of Live Radio Programming and Real-time Blogging in the Macaulay Honors College Seminar III on Science and Technology in New York City, 11th Annual Coordinated Undergraduate Education (CUE) Conference, Engaging for Impact, CUNY as a Catalyst for Change, 2015, City College of New York.
- Lampousis, Angelo, Terry Neil, and Slater Lee, (2015) Examination of Geophysical Signatures of Ethanol-Water Mixtures in a Homogeneous Sand Column Using Ground Penetrating Radar and Time-Domain Reflectrometry, Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), Athens, Greece.
- Lampousis, Angelo, (2015), 25 years of ASTM Environmental Standards: An overview of the works and publications of ASTM Committee E50 on Environmental Assessment, Risk Management, Corrective Action. Invited oral presentation at the American Industrial Hygiene Association meeting of the New York Chapter (11/18/2015).
- Lampousis, Angelo, (2014), ASTM 1527 Environmental Site Assessment Standard: Anticipated effects of the 2013 amendments in the consulting industry. Invited oral presentation at the P.A.L.M.S. (PCBs, Asbestos, Lead, Mold, Silica) conference hosted by the MTA in New York City (12/02/14).
- Lampousis Angelo (2013), The Art and Science of Standardization: Standards in Research and Academia (oral conference presentation), 62nd Annual Conference of the Society for Standards Professionals (SES), August 12‐15, 2013, Savannah, GA.
- Lampousis, A. and Kenyon, P. M., (2009), The Effectiveness of Resistivity Imaging for Monitoring Infiltration in Agricultural Soils; Poster Presentation at American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting 2009, Abstract # NS23A-1121
- Tsabaris, C. and Lampousis, A., (2009), On-line continuous monitoring of groundwater radon levels at L’Aquila fault, Italy; Poster Presentation at American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting 2009, Abstract #NH43B-1326
- Lampousis, A., Kenyon, P. M., Sanwald, K. and Steiner, N., (2007), Electrical Imaging of Infiltration in Agricultural Soils on Long Island, New York; Oral Presentation at American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting 2007, Abstract # NS33A-02
Dr. Lampousis is the producer and host of the radio program “Innovation Unedited” for WNYE 91.5 Cosmos FM, a public television and radio station owned by the New York City Department of Education, and for WHCR-90.3FM “The Voice of Harlem”, a community radio station that is owned and operated by The City College of New York in Harlem.
Links to select interviews with CCNY Colleagues:
- Professor Kyle McDonald, CCNY
- Professor Johnny Luo, CCNY
- Professor James Booth, CCNY
- Professor Steven Kidder, CCNY
Links to select interview with invited guest:
- Richard Fuller, founder of Pure Earth/Blacksmith Institute and author of "The Brown Agenda: My Mission to Clean Up the World's Most Life-Threatening Pollution."