Research Interests

Dr. Klepeis has wide-ranging interests in applied science directed at improving human health. His research seeks to elucidate the physical and social mechanisms by which exposure to specific health risks can be reduced or eliminated.

Specific areas of interest include:

  • Secondhand Tobacco Smoke
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Airborne Particulate Matter
  • Human Activity Patterns
  • Exposure Modeling
  • Human Exposure Data Analysis
  • Social and Behavioral Health
  • Exposure Reduction Strategies
  • Health Promotion
  • Real-Time Monitoring of Environmental Contaminants
  • Exposure Tracking
  • Human Ecologies in the Built Environment
  • Quantitative Space-Time Characterization of Health-Related Social Behavior
  • Complexity and Agent-Based Simulation