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Justin J. Henriques, Ph.D.


Justin Henriques is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering at James Madison University. As an educator, he creates curricular and co-curricular learning experiences for students that encourage them to think creativity and engage the world around them to make a difference. His scholarly focus is on sustainable and resilient infrastructure systems, climate change vulnerability assessments, and humanitarian technology. His previous professional experiences includes founding a nonprofit development organization that worked with communities in east Africa and Latin America on community scale basic needs infrastructure.

Last Updated 22-Sep-2019

EDUCATION

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor of Engineering (2018-Present)
Assistant Professor of Engineering (2012-2018)
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

Postdoctoral Researcher, Infrastructure Systems Analyst (2011-2012)
University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Postdoctoral Researcher (2011-2012)
Malaysian Commonwealth Studies Centre, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow (2008-2011)
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Graduate Research Fellow, Interdisciplinary Water Resources
& Contaminant Hydrology Program
(2007-2008)
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Graduate Teaching Assistant (2007–2010)
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Graduate Research Assistant (2010, 2011)
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Instructor, Saturday Enrichment Program (2010)
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Executive Director, Cofounder (2005–2012)
LOTI, Charlottesville, VA

Instructor and Project Advisor (May 2006)
James Madison University Study Abroad, ISAT 480 Sustainable Societies, Valletta, Malta

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Articles and Technical Reports

  1. Robert Nagel, Kyle Gipson, Keith Holland, Justin Henriques and Kurt Paterson. 2018 (Forthcoming). Creating an ecosystem to support innovation and creativity at an undergraduate institution, Pathways Special Issue, Advances in Engineering Education.
  2. Moss, R.H., L. Mearns, J.J. Henriques, E. Malone, A. Blohm, R. McCrary, A. Delgado, M. Bukovsky, and J. Brandenberger. 2016. Vulnerability of DoD Installations to Climate Change: Understanding Data Needs for Assessment and Decision making. Technical Report, Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) Project RC-2206. February 2016. [Web Link]
  3. Kristi Lewis, Justin Henriques, Juhong Christie Liu, Edward J. Brantmeier. 2016. Opportunities and Barriers for Community-engaged Scholarship: A Case Study at a Public Master's Level University National Social Science Journal, Vol. 47, 1, ISSN 2154-1736.
  4. Richard H. Moss, Andrew Blohm, Alison Delgado, Justin Henriques, Elizabeth L. Malone. 2015. Vulnerability Assessments and Resilience Planning at Federal Facilities: Preliminary Synthesis of Project Results. Technical Report PNWD--4451, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US Department of Energy. August 2015. [doi: 10.2172/1211559]
  5. Richard H. Moss, Andrew Blohm, Alison Delgado, Justin Henriques, Elizabeth L. Malone. 2016. Vulnerability Assessments and Resilience Planning at Federal Sites: Synthesis of Project Results. Technical Report PNWD--4451 Version 3, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US Department of Energy. February 2016. [Web Link]
  6. Moss RH, L Mearns, AJ Blohm, J Brandenberger, M Bukovsky, JJ Henriques, EL Malone, R McCrary, J Rice, T Wang, and Z Yang. 2014. Installation Briefing Document: United States Naval Academy Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment. Technical Report PNWD-4433, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US Department of Energy.
  7. R Moss, A Blohm, A Delgado, J Henriques. (2014) Climate Vulnerability Screening at Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. Technical Report, September 2014, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US Department of Energy.
  8. Jim W Hall, Justin J Henriques, Adrian J Hickford, Robert J Nicholls, Pranab Baruah, Mark Birkin, Modassar Chaudry, Tom P Curtis, Nick Eyre, Cliff Jones, Chris G Kilsby, Alex Leathard, Alexander Lorenz, Nicolas Malleson, Fraser McLeod, William Powrie, John Preston, Neha Rai, Roger Street, Anne Stringfellow, Chris Thoung, Pete Tyler, Roberta Velykiene, Geoff Watson, W Jim Watson. 2014. Assessing the long-term performance of cross-sectoral strategies for national infrastructure. Journal of Infrastructure Systems, American Society for Civil Engineering (ASCE). [Abstract, doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)IS.1943-555X.0000196]
  9. Jim W Hall, Justin J Henriques, Adrian J Hickford, Robert J Nicholls. 2013. Systems-of-systems analysis of national infrastructure. Proceedings of ICE - Engineering Sustainability 166, 5, 249-257. [Abstract, doi: 10.1680/ensu.12.00028]
  10. Bailey, M., Henriques, J.J., Holmes, J., Jain, Ruchi. 2012. Providing village-level energy services in developing countries - Scoping study report for the 'smart villages' initiative. European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) and Malaysian Commonwealth Studies Centre, University of Cambridge [Web Link]
  11. Hall, J.W., Henriques, J.J., Hickford, A.J. & Nicholls, R.J. (Lead Authors) 2012. A Fast Track Analysis of strategies for infrastructure provision in Great Britain. Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford. ISBN 978 1 874370 49 9. [Web Link]
  12. Henriques, Justin; Louis, Garrick. 2011. A decision model for selecting sustainable drinking water supply and greywater reuse systems for developing communities with a case study in Cimahi, Indonesia. Journal of Environmental Management 92, 214-222. [Abstract, doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2010.09.016]
  13. Henriques, Justin. May 2011. Methodology for the Systematic Selection, Design, & Implementation of Sustainable Distributed Household Energy Infrastructure in Developing Countries. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA.
  14. Henriques, Justin. 2008. Using Requirements Analysis to Select Sustainable Drinking Water Supply and Grey Water Reuse Systems For Developing Communities: Case Study In Cimahi, Indonesia. M.S. Thesis, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA.

Conference Publications

  1. William Metzler, Daniel Pinson, Austen Hendrickson, Richard Xu, and Justin Henriques. “Low-Cost Drone System for Analyzing Elevation,” 2018 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), April 2018.
  2. Elise Barrella, Kyle Gipson, Justin Henriques, Keith Holland, Jacquelyn Nagel, Robert Nagel, Kurt Paterson. "Using Design-Based Learning to Nurture Interdependent Engineering," Mudd Design Workshop IX: Design and the Future of the Engineer of 2020, 1-3 June 2017, Center For Design Education, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California
  3. Justin Henriques, Andy Blohm, Richard Moss. "A Framework for Analyzing Climate Change Vulnerability in The Built Environment," Engineering Sustainability, Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, 9-11 April 2017. Hosted by University of Pittsburgh and Carnagie Mellon. Pittsburgh, PA
  4. Nghi Dam, Andrew Ricketts, Benjamin Catlett,, and Justin Henriques. “Wearable Sensors for Analyzing Personal Exposure to Air Pollution,” 2017 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), April 2017.
  5. Justin Henriques, Kurt Paterson, Kyle Gipson. 2017. Engineering Projects and the Liberal Arts as Platforms to Infuse Ethical Reasoning throughout an Undergraduate Engineering Program. Workshop on Overcoming Challenges to Infusing Ethics into the Development of Engineers, January 10-12, 2017, Center for Engineering Ethics & Society, National Academy of Engineering, National Academy of Sciences Building, Washington, DC. [web: http://www.nap.edu/24821/]
  6. R. L. Nagel, S. K. Holland, K. Paterson, K. Gipson, and J. J. Henriques, Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset, The Fourth International Conference on Design Creativity (4th ICDC), Atlanta, GA, November 2nd-4th, 2016
  7. Elise Barella, Justin Henriques, Kyle Gipson "Using Concept Maps as a Tool for Assessment and Continuous Improvement of a First-Year Course." 123rd American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference, New Orleans June 26 - 29, 2016
  8. Kyle Gipson, Jacquelyn Nagel, Justin Henriques, Elise Barrella, Heather McLeod, Keith Holland, Scott Padgett, John Wild, "Development and Implementation of a First-year Engineering Experience", 7th First Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) Conference, August 2 – 4, 2015, Blacksburg, VA
  9. Kyle G. Gipson, Meghan Daly, Cairo J. L. Sherrel, Thomas A. Ware, Diane L. Foucar-Szocki, Justin J. Henriques. "Development of the James Madison University Undergraduate Engineering Leadership Program," 122nd American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference, June 14 - 17, 2015 Seattle, WA
  10. Kyle G. Gipson, Justin J. Henriques, Sancho Sequeira "Development and Implementation of a Cornerstone Course: Engineering Opportunities," 122nd American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference, June 14 - 17, 2015 Seattle, WA - Development and Implementation of a Cornerstone Course: Engineering Opportunities
  11. Brian Groener, Nile Knopp, Kent Korgan, Rowen Perry, Jonathan Romero, Kody Smith, Albert Stainback, Austin Strzelczyk, Justin Henriques. "Preliminary Design of a Low-Cost Greenhouse with Open Source Control Systems," Humanitarian Technology: Science, Systems and Global Impact, May 12-14, 2015. University Park at MIT, Cambridge, MA [doi: 10.1016/j.proeng.2015.06.105]
  12. Luna Magpili, Garrick Louis, C. Ariel Pinto, Justin Henriques. "A Framework for Assessing Risk from Natural Hazards Including Climate Change
    for Water, Wastewater and Solid Waste Services " American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) 35th International Annual Conference, 15-18 October 2014. Virginia Beach, VA.
  13. Ethan Thompson, Joshua Yeager, Matthew Boyer, and Justin Henriques. “Preliminary Design for a Paratransit Tracking System to Inform Planning Decisions in Urban Centers in Developing Countries,” 2014 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), pp. 289-293, 25 April 2014 [Abstract, doi: 10.1109/SIEDS.2014.6829893]
  14. Henriques, Justin J.; Bojarski, Brian; Byrd, Kyle Wayne; Von Wald, Melissa, "Crowd-sourcing urban air-quality in developing countries through open source technologies," 2013 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), pp.447-451, 20-23 Oct. 2013 [Abstract, doi: 10.1109/GHTC.2013.6713727]
  15. Garrick Louis , Justin Henriques, Jeffrey Rogers, Luna Magpili. "Integrated Municipal Sanitation Systems for Efficient Management of Public Water and Sanitation Services," American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) 34th International Annual Conference, 2-5 October 2013. Minneapolis, MN.
  16. Pierrakos, Olga; Barrella, Elise; Nagel, Robert; Nagel, Jacquelyn; Henriques, Justin; Imholte, Devon. "An Innovative Two-Year Engineering Design Capstone Experience at James Madison University," 120th American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference, 23-26 June 2013. Atlanta, Georgia.
  17. Kohl, Zachary; Laustsen, Kelly; Moy, Andrew; Ruff, Thomas; Foster, Benjamin; Henriques, Justin. "Preliminary design for low-cost prefabricated housing for developing countries," Engineering Sustainability, Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, 7-9 April 2013. Hosted by University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA
  18. Hall, J.W., Henriques, J.J., Hickford, A.J. & Nicholls, R.J. "Tunnelling through the complexity of national infrastructure planning," In Dawson, R.J., Walsh, C.L. and Kilsby, C.G. (eds.). Earth Systems Engineering 2012: A technical symposium on systems engineering for sustainable adaptation to global change, Centre for Earth Systems Engineering Research, Newcastle University UK., pp. 65–70, 2012 [Web link]
  19. Henriques, Justin J.; Foster, Benjamin T.; Schnorr, William G.; Barton, Reed, "Implementation of a Mobile Vaccine Refrigerator with Parallel Photovoltaic Power Systems," 2012 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), pp.128-131, 21-24 Oct. 2012 [Abstract, doi: 10.1109/GHTC.2012.28]
  20. Henriques, Justin J.; Kock, Beaudry E., "Empowering Smallholders and Local Food Markets with Smartphones and Social Networks," 2012 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), pp.181-185, 21-24 Oct. 2012 [Abstract, doi: 10.1109/GHTC.2012.37]
  21. Thacker, Scott; Henriques, Justin; Hall, Jim; Alderson, David; Barr, Stuart. "Accounting for interdependent infrastructure failure from flood risk in the UK," Networks Of Networks: Systemic Risk and Infrastructural Interdependencies, NetSci, 18-22 June 2012. Northwestern University. Chicago, IL.
  22. Henriques, Justin; Foster, Ben. "Integrating Rainwater Catchment Systems Into Residential Buildings," Engineering Sustainability, Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, 10-12 April 2011. Hosted by University of Pittsburgh & Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA
  23. Barton, Reed; Henriques, Justin. "After the 2010 Haiti Earthquake – Evaluating critical vulnerabilities and key opportunities in the water supply infrastructure of Port-au-Prince, Haiti," NC AWWA-WEA Annual Conference, 14-17 November 2010. Winston-Salem, NC [Web Link]
  24. Henriques, Justin; Foster, Benjamin; Louis, Garrick. "Learning From Port-Au-Prince, Haiti: Developing Methodologies for Choosing Water Supply Infrastructure," American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) 31st Annual Conference, "Lean and Green: Building a Sustainable Future Through Engineering Management." 13-16 October 2010. University of Arkansas. Bentonville, AR.
  25. Henriques, Justin; Louis, Garrick. "Comparative Life Cycle Costing of electric grid extension and photovoltaic micro-generation for rural electrification: Case Study in Namawanga, Kenya," American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) 31st Annual Conference, "Lean and Green: Building a Sustainable Future Through Engineering Management," 13-16 October 2010. University of Arkansas. Bentonville, AR.
  26. Henriques, Justin J. "Sustainability assessment and implementation design of distributed energy micro-generation for lighting in Western Kenya," 2010 IEEE Conference on Innovative Technologies for an Efficient and Reliable Electricity Supply (CITRES), pp.443-447, 27-29 Sept. 2010 [Abstract, doi: 10.1109/CITRES.2010.5619789]
  27. Clellend, D.; Henriques, J.; Knopp, A.; Wilson, Z., "Using distributed energy infrastructure for rural health care services: Design of a mobile health vaccine refrigeration technology in rural kenya," 2010 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), pp.31-35, 23 April 2010 [Abstract, doi: 10.1109/SIEDS.2010.5469683]
  28. Andrukonis, M.; Foster, B.; Henriques, Justin J.; Wildfire, L., "Choosing sustainable decentralized water supply infrastructure: Selection and design of a rainwater harvesting system for Delmas 30, Port-au-Prince, Haiti," 2010 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), pp.124-129, 23 April 2010 [Abstract, doi: 10.1109/SIEDS.2010.5469668]
  29. Henriques, Justin J.; Schnorr, W.G., "Sustainability Assessment and Implementation of a Biogas Digester System in Western Kenya," 2010 IEEE Green Technologies Conference, pp.1-5, 15-16 April 2010 [Abstract, doi: 10.1109/GREEN.2010.5453784]
  30. Henriques, Justin. "Development of Capacity Factor Analysis to Select Sustainable Drinking Water Supply and Grey Water Reuse Systems for Developing Communities: Case Study in Cimahi, Indonesia," Engineering Sustainability 2009. 19–21 April 2009. Hosted by University of Pittsburgh & Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA
  31. Henriques, Justin. "Selecting Essential Infrastructure for Sustainable Metabolisms in Developing Communities," Graduate Research Conference (GRC): Sustainable Cities for the Future 2009. November 29–December 5, 2009. Universities of Melbourne Queensland (Brisbane), Australia [Web Link]
  32. Louis, Garrick E.; A. Castillo, Henriques, Justin, A. Mardikanto, V. Williams, and B. Yamakoshi. Community "Access to Improved Water and Sanitation Systems: A Systems Approach," International Symposium on Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (SIDISA) 2008. 24-27 June 2008. Convitto della Calza, Florence, Italy.

Presentations and Workshops

  1. Kurt Paterson, Justin Henriques, Robert Nagel, Kyle Gipson, and Keith Holland. "Developing mindsets, community, and curiosity through a camp for first year undergrad engineering students," Venturewell OPEN 2019 National Conference, March 28-30, 2019. Washington D.C.
  2. [Workshop] Kurt Paterson, Justin Henriques, Robert Nagel, Kyle Gipson, and Keith Holland. "Strategies to increase diversity and inclusion in I&E ecosystems," Venturewell OPEN 2019 National Conference, March 28-30, 2019. Washington D.C.
  3. [Workshop] Kurt Paterson, Justin Henriques. "Using Entrepreneurially Minded Learning for Work-life Success and Fulfillment," KEEN National Conference 2019, January 4, 2019. Dallas, TX
  4. [Workshop] Kurt Paterson, Justin Henriques, Robert Nagel, Kyle Gipson, and Keith Holland. "Using Scenario Analysis to Future Proof Engineering Education," KEEN National Conference 2019, January 4, 2019. Dallas, TX
  5. Shannon Conley, Justin Henriques, Amy Goodall, Keith Holland, Henry Way, Jon Miles, Paul Goodall, Bob Kolvoord. "Sustainable Engagement Study Abroad: A Case Study in International Collaboration between James Madison University and Maltese Non-profit Institutions," Engagement for the Public Good, James Madison University November 7-9, 2018
  6. Justin Henriques. "Pechakucha Tips and Tricks", Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN), October 17, 19, 2018 Webinar
  7. Bob Kolvoord, Justin Henriques, Zachary Bortolot. "Teaching Across the College: Non-Traditional Approaches to Course Development", The Oliver Twist on Teaching, James Madison University, October 16, 2018. Harrisonburg, VA
  8. [Panel] Dana Elzey, Michael Gorman, Justin Henriques, Leidy Klotz, Michael Smith, and Reid Bailey (moderator), Thinking (and Talking!) about Systems Thinking and Design, CSER 2018: "SYSTEMS IN CONTEXT" 16th-Annual Conference on Systems Engineering (CSER), University of Virginia, May 8, 2018.
  9. Justin Henriques and Carissa Henriques. "The Creative Fellows Program," 2017 a2ru National Conference, Hosted by Northeastern University, and co-hosted by Boston University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Tufts University, November 1-4, 2017. Boston, MA
  10. Justin Henriques. "Engaged Learning: Creative Fellows," Parents Council, Academics & Education Subcommittee, James Madison University, September 22, 2018
  11. [Workshop] Justin Henriques and Keith Holland. "Innovation and invention education for the first year student Planning Workshop, " Venturewell, August 11, 2017 Hadley, MA [Abstract]
  12. Nghi Damn, Andrew Ricketts, Justin Henriques, “New Developments in a Wearable Air Quality Sensor,” 2017 Environment VA Symposium, Virginia Military Institute (VMI), APRIL 4-6, 2017, Lexington, Virginia [Abstract]
  13. [Workshop] Justin Henriques, Kurt Paterson, Keith Holland, Robert Nagel, and Kyle Gipson. "Creating an Ecosystem of Curricular and Co-curricular Programs that Support Innovation and Creativity at an Undergraduate Institution, " Venturewell Open 2017, April 24, 2017 Washington, D.C. [Abstract]
  14. Justin Henriques. "Using Student Fellowship Programs to Empower Students and equip them with an Entrepreneurial Mindset." Ashoka Exchange, Best Practice Session: (Social) Entrepreneurship for All, Co-hosted by Miami Dade College, March 2-4, 2017. Miami, Florida.
  15. Matthew Brown, Justin Henriques, Anna Lauren Hoffmann, Eduardo Mendieta, Harold Stern, Carla Zoltowski. "Assessment of Engineering Ethics Education" Affinity Group 8. Workshop on Overcoming Challenges to Infusing Ethics into the Development of Engineers, National Academy of Engineering, National Academy of Science, Jan 12, 2017, Washington, DC. [Web link]
  16. Justin Henriques and Carissa Henriques. "Integrating the arts, design, and engineering through a social entrepreneurship course," 2016 a2ru National Conference, University of  Colorado Denver, November 3-5, 2016. Denver, CO
  17. [Workshop] Justin Henriques. "Design Thinking Workshop," University Innovation Fellows Regional Meetup, James Madison University, November 14, 2015 [Web link]
  18. [Workshop] Elise Barrella, Rob Alexander, Audrey Barnes, David Ehrenpreis, Justin Henriques, and Henry Way. "Engaging Campus and Community through Transdisciplinary Collaboration,"16th Annual Conference of the Engagement Scholarship Consortium, Workshop 2-4, September 29, 2015 [Web Link]
  19. [Workshop] Justin Henriques. "Human-Centered Design", 2nd Annual K-12 STEM Educator's Workshop, James Madison University, February 27, 2015. Harrisonburg, VA
  20. Rob Alexander, Audrey Barnes, Elise Barrella, David Ehrenpreis, Justin Henriques, Henry Way. "Transdisciplinary Model for Sustainable Placemaking and Engagement," Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) Annual Conference 2014, 26-29 October 2014. Portland, OR .[Abstract]
  21. Henriques, Justin J.; Bojarski, Brian; Byrd, Kyle Wayne; Von Wald, Melissa, "Crowd-sourcing urban air-quality in developing countries through open source technologies," 2013 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), 23 October 2013. San Jose, CA.
  22. Garrick Louis , Justin Henriques, Jeffrey Rogers, Luna Magpili. "Integrated Municipal Sanitation Systems for Efficient Management of Public Water and Sanitation Services," American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) 34th International Annual Conference, 2-5 October 2013. Minneapolis, MN.
  23. Lorenz, Alexander; Henriques, Justin. "National infrastructure factsheet," Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC) Early Career Researchers Conference, 27 November 2012, Clare College, Cambridge University. Cambridge, UK [Web Link]
  24. Justin Henriques. "Implementation of a mobile vaccine refrigerator with parallel photovoltaic power systems," 2012 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), 24 October 2012. Seattle, WA.
  25. Justin Henriques. "Empowering smallholders and local food markets with smartphones and social networks," 2012 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), 23 October 2012. Seattle, WA.
  26. Thacker, Scott; Henriques, Justin; Hall, Jim; Alderson, David; Barr, Stuart. "A 'First Pass' Analysis of Infrastructure Vulnerability to Flood Hazards in the UK," Networks Of Networks: Systemic Risk and Infrastructural Interdependencies, NetSci, 18-22 June 2012. Northwestern University. Chicago, IL.
  27. Henriques, Justin. "A Systems Perspective on Sustainable Energy Access," Oxford Energy Society: Energy in Developing Countries, 8 May 2012, Lindemann Lecture Theatre (Physics Department), Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom
  28. Henriques, Justin. "Towards the long-term, systems of systems
    planning for sustainable infrastructure," Senseable City Lab, MIT 28 March 2012, Webinar
  29. Henriques, Justin. "ITRC Fast Track Analysis – emerging messages about UK National Infrastructure," Transition strategies for infrastructure provision in Great Britain, ITRC Seminar, Herbertson Room, OUCE, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford. 29 February 2012.
  30. Henriques, Justin. "Complex Systems Concepts and Methodologies," Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium Fast Track Analysis Dissemination Conference, 24 January 2012. Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, United Kingdom
  31. Henriques, Justin; Foster, Ben. "Integrating Rainwater Catchment Systems Into Residential Buildings," Engineering Sustainability, Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, 10-12 April 2011. Hosted by University of Pittsburgh & Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA
  32. Henriques, Justin; Louis, Garrick. 2010. "Decision Models for Sustainable Water, Sanitation, & Household Energy for Developing Communities," Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Meeting, 7 November 2010. Austin, TX
  33. Henriques, Justin. Comparative Life Cycle Costing of electric grid extension and photovoltaic micro-generation for rural electrification: Case Study in Namawanga, Kenya. American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) 31st Annual Conference, "Lean and Green: Building a Sustainable Future Through Engineering Management". University of Arkansas, 16 October 2010. Bentonville, AR.
  34. Henriques, Justin. "Learning From Port-Au-Prince, Haiti: Developing Methodologies for Choosing Water Supply Infrastructure," American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) 31st Annual Conference, "Lean and Green: Building a Sustainable Future Through Engineering Management," University of Arkansas, 15 October 2010. Bentonville, AR.
  35. Henriques, Justin. "Sustainability assessment and implementation design of distributed energy micro-generation for lighting in western Kenya, " 2010 IEEE Conference on Innovative Technologies for an Efficient and Reliable Electricity Supply (CITRES). 28 September 2010. Boston, MA.
  36. Henriques, Justin. "Sustainability assessment and implementation of a biogas digester system in western Kenya," 2010 IEEE Green Technology Conference, 15 April 2010. Dallas/Fort Worth, TX.
  37. Henriques, Justin. "Revisions to a decision aid for the selection of sustainable water and wastewater infrastructure in low-income communities in developing countries," Decision Analysis and Its Applications to Systems Engineering, HRA INCOSE, 17-18 November 2009. Hampton, VA
  38. Henriques, Justin. "Development of Capacity Factor Analysis to Select Sustainable Drinking Water Supply and Grey Water Reuse Systems for Developing Communities: Case Study in Cimahi, Indonesia," Engineering Sustainability 2009. 19–21 April 2009. Hosted by University of Pittsburgh & Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA
  39. "Choosing technology for essential infrastructure that facilitates sustainable metabolic flows for communities in the Global South," Universitas 21 International Graduate Research Conference: Sustainable Cities for the Future, 1 December 2009. University of Melbourne, Australia.
  40. "Community Access to Improved Water and Sanitation Systems: A Systems Approach," International Symposium on Sanitary and Environmental Engineering, 25 June 2008, Convitto della Calza, Florence, Italy
  41. "Lessons learned in fieldwork in international development," University of Virginia's Global Development Organization (GDO), 3 April 2007. University of Virginia, Charlottesville Virginia

Conference Posters

  1. Kurt Paterson, Justin Henriques, Robert Nagel, Kyle Gipson, and Keith Holland. "Strategies to increase diversity and inclusion in I&E ecosystems," Venturewell OPEN 2019 National Conference, March 28-30, 2019. Washington D.C.
  2. Elise Barrella, Kyle Gipson, Justin Henriques, Keith Holland, Jacquelyn Nagel, Robert Nagel, Kurt Paterson. Using Design-Based Learning to Nurture Interdependent Engineering, Mudd Design Workshop IX, “Design and the Future of the Engineer of 2020,” 1-3 June 2017,Center For Design Education, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California
  3. Justin Henriques, Kurt Paterson, Keith Holland, Robert Nagel, and Kyle Gipson. "Creating an Ecosystem of Curricular and Co-curricular Programs that Support Innovation and Creativity at an Undergraduate Institution, " Venturewell Open 2017, April 24, 2017 Washington, D.C.
  4. Justin Henriques, Kurt Paterson, and Kyle Gipson. "Engineering Projects and the Liberal Arts as Platforms to Infuse Ethical Reasoning throughout an Undergraduate Engineering Program." Workshop on Overcoming Challenges to Infusing Ethics into the Development of Engineers, National Academy of Engineering, National Academy of Science, Jan 10-12, 2017, Washington, DC.
  5. Kurt Paterson, Kyle Gipson, Justin Henriques, Keith Holland, Robert Nagel. "Opportunities for embedding Curiosity, Connections, and Creating Value throughout an Engineering Community built on Collaborative Excellence," KEEN 2017 National Conference, January 4, 2017, Jacksonville, Florida.
  6. [Expo] Justin Henriques, Nghi Dam, Andrew Ricketts, Dias Zhakypbay, Benjamin Catlett. "EnviroSensors: Crowdsourcing community air quality," EPA P3 Student Team Expo, The 4th USA Science & Engineering Festival, Washington Convention Center, April 16-17, 2016.
  7. Justin Henriques. "Engineering Opportunities Reimagining the First Year Experience," National Academy of Engineering, 6th Frontiers of Engineering Education symposium. October 26-29, 2014. in Irvine, CA
  8. Kristi Lewis, Juhong Liu, Justin Henriques. "Community-engaged scholarship: Perspectives from faculty at a master's level institution,"American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Conference 2014, November 2014, New Orleans, LA [Abstract]
  9. Elise Barrella, Justin Henriques, Samuel Morton, Jacquelyn Nagel, Adebayo Ogundipe, Kurt Paterson, Olga Pierrakos, Bradley Striebig. "Developing systems solutions for climate change in the built and natural environments," National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) 14th National Conference, Building Climate Solutions, 28-30 January 2014. Washington D.C.
  10. Henriques, Justin; Kohl, Zachary; Laustsen, Kelly; Moy, Andrew; Ruff, Thomas; Foster, Benjamin. "Preliminary design for low-cost prefabricated housing for developing countries," Engineering Sustainability, Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, 7-9 April 2013. Hosted by University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA
  11. Henriques, Justin. "Planning, designing, and implementing sustainable infrastructure systems," James Madison University's Faculty Research Day, 5 October 2012. Harrisonburg, VA
  12. Henriques, Justin; Louis, Garrick. "Capacity Factor Analysis: A Decision Support Model for Selecting & Designing Basic Needs Infrastructure in Developing Countries," Conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistics, 3-4 March 2011. Georgia Institute of Technology. Atlanta, GA
  13. Louis, Garrick; Castillo, Aldrich; Henriques, Justin; Mardikanto, Aldy; Williams, Vicki; Yamakoshi, Brooke. Capacity Factor Analysis for Improved Water and Sanitation Service in Developing Communities. Global Development Symposium, Minor Hall, University of Virginia. April 18, 2008.
  14. Garrick E. Louis, Michael E. Gorman, Nathan Swami University of Virginia. Ethics Training for Engineers in Emerging Technologies & Fieldwork in Developing Countries: EESE-0530100 IREE Supplement: Rainwater Harvesting in Rajasthan. Annual IREE Grantee Conference, November 2007

STUDENT ADVISING & PROJECTS

  1. 2019-2020 University Innovation Fellows Faculty Advisor to Corinne Brady, Andrea MacGregor, Roman Cook, and Chris Jones.
  2. 2018-2020 Early Detection of Eutrophication using Drones and Multispectral Imaging (Isaac Miller, Ernest Benner, Dominic Coradazzi, Zachary Debey, Jacob Ortiz, Parth Patel, Brian Schieber, Justyn Girdner).
  3. 2018-2020 The Redesign and Implementation of a Local Aquaponics System (Caroline Clay, Daniel Butler, Jamie Riley).
  4. 2018-2020 Project Aeolus - space optimization and micro-wind turbines (Robert McFaddin, Carver Johnson, Lawrence Marfo, Emerson Youtsey).
  5. 2018-2019 University Innovation Fellows Faculty Advisor to Sabrina Hammell,  Kerry McCullagh, Arie Bradley, Andrew Payne.
  6. 2018 The Utilization of Modified Hydroponic Shipping Container Farming for Food Production: A Technological Review and Feasibility Scenario Analysis Co-Advisor for Danny Owoc's Masters Thesis, International Master's Program in Environmental Management and Sustainability, James Madison University/University of Malta Integrated Science and Technology.
  7. 2018 Environmental monitoring in Xrobb l-Għaġin Nature Park with Drones for project partner Nature Trust Malta (Ben Cotton, Clark Quave).
  8. 2018 Testing the efficiency of solar cooling of panels with forced air with Project partner Institute for Sustainable Energy (Kayla Rutherford, Rebecca Robertson, Analiesa DeRieux, Kostas Polyzos, Johanna Enzmann, Alexander Gellios).
  9. 2018 Design of a stand-alone nature observatory with integrated desalination system with project partner Institute for Sustainable Energy with project partner Institute for Sustainable Energy (Justyn Girdner, Megan Dowgiallo, Megan Link, Jacqueline Pickford).
  10. 2017-2019 Drones for Shenandoah (Wyatt Jankauskas, Sean Bartro, John Codington, Jeffrey Redd ).
  11. 2017-2019 Small Batch Coffee Roasting (Kristen Heaton, Madison Anderson, Zachary Leonard, Zachary Leonard).
  12. 2016-2018 UAV's for Climate Change Vulnerability Analysis (Advisor to Daniel Pinson, Austen Hendrickson, Billy Metzler, and Richard Xu).
  13. 2016-2018 Wearable Air Quality Sensors to Analyze Personal Exposure (Advisor to Ethan Reeves, Cameron Dudley, John Nevin).
  14. 2016-2017 Creative Fellows, Founding Director. Inaugural fellows: Livvy Call (Dietetics, Spanish-English Translation and Interpretation, Italian), Zach Gordon (Interdisciplinary Scholar, Theatre), RyanMichael Hirst (Computer Science, Religion), Jenny Hoye (Graduate Music Education), Anya Marie (Graphic Design), Najeeha Khan (International Relations, Religion).
    • Annual Report, May 1, 2017, Presentation to Dean Sparks, College of Visual and Performing Arts
  15. 2016-2017 University Innovation Fellows Faculty Advisor to: Anne Rusher (Architectural Design), Jack Boone (Engineering), Marian Gerlitzki (Engineering), and Stephanie Morales (Graphic Design).
    • Innovative Spaces, April 20, 2017, Presentation to External Advisory Committee, College of Integrated Science and Engineering and College of Science and Math [Handout]
    • Silicon Valley Meetup (Google, d.school, Standford University, Microsoft), March 9-13, Palo Alto and Stanford, CA
    • Atrium Space Pitch, February 28, 2017, Presentation to Dean of College of Integrated Science and Engineering [Handout]
  16. 2015-2017 Sustainable mobile food system (Advisor to Robert Brooke, Aidan Ryan, Michael Scrogham, Travis Weeks).
  17. 2015-2017 Wearable Air Quality Sensors (Advisor to Benjamin Catlett, Nghi Dam, Andrew Ricketts, Dias Zhakypbay).
  18. 2015-2016 a2ru JMU Student Participants. Faculty Co-advisor to: Chris Morales (Graphic Design, Industrial Design), Andrew Beiber (Graphic Design, Industrial Design), Marilyn Lehmuller (Engineering), Grace Carter (Engineering), Mike Morris (College of Business), Ryan Matney (Philosophy), Anna Eiring (College of Business).
    • Engaged Learning, April 15, 2016, Presentation to Parents Council
  19. 2014-2016 Low-Cost Greenhouse with Open Source Control Systems in Kenya (Advisor to Brian Groener, Nile Knopp, Kent Korgan, Rowen Perry
    Jonathan Romero, Kody Smith, Albert Stainback, and Austin Strzelczyk).
  20. 2013-2015 Making Biochar Using Principles in Ecological Sanitation for Rural Schools in Mozambique (Advisor to Brandon Coyne, Greg Kitchin, and Brenton Lester).
  21. 2012-2014 Sensors for Sustainable Transportation in Urban Centers in Developing Countries (Advisor to Ethan Thompson, Matthew Boyer, Joshua Yeager).
  22. 2011 Prototyping a Producer Gas System for Electric Generaion* (1 Student Team)
  23. 2010 Development of a Mobile Application for Rapid Community Assessment* (1 Student)
  24. 2010 Streamlining Rapid Community Assessment For Developing Countries*(2 Student Team)
  25. 2010 Producer Gas for Developing Countries* (2 Student Team)
  26. 2010§ Design of Prefab House with Renewable Technology Integration for poor communities in Guatemala* (4 Student Team)
  27. 2010 Development of a low-cost biogas flow meter* (1 Student Team)
  28. 2009 Small Biochar Production System for Developing Countries* (1 Student)
  29. 2009§ Rainwater Catchment, Purification, and Distribution for Port-au-Prince, Haiti* (3 Student Team)
  30. 2009Mobile vaccine refrigeration technology development for Eastern Kenya* (3 Student Team)
  31. 2008 Feasibility Study and Implementation Plan for Wind Power in a Developing Country, Case in Dominican Republic* (1 Student)
  32. 2008 Surface Water Purification Technology and Water Hygiene Education for Namawanga, Kenya* (2 Student Team)
  33. 2008 Web-Based Automation for LOTI Capacity Factor Analysis Model** (1 Student)
  34. 2008 Feasibility Analysis of Anaerobic Digestion for Refrigeration in Namawanga, Kenya* *(3 Student Team)
  35. 2007 Solar cooking technology options for central Tanzania* (1 Student)
  36. 2006 Small-scale drip irrigation system for Namawanga, Kenya* *(2 Student Team)
  37. 2006 Renewable energy for refrigeration applications for health clinic in Mbeere, Kenya* (2 Student Team)

§ University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
McMaster University, Ontario, Canada
*Directed via the program at LOTI which partnered with universities and enables student research teams to work on international development projects for their capstone/thesis. Developed project parameters and deliverables, and advised students in their research and prototypes.

FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS, & CERTIFICATES

Fellowships and Special Appointments

  1. Oliver Endowed Professor, 2019-2021
  2. Community Catalyst, KEEN; 2018, 2019
  3. Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellows, James Madison University; 2016-2018
  4. Madison Research Fellow, James Madison University; 2012–2013
  5. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow; 2008–2011
  6. Fellow in the Interdisciplinary Water Resources & Contaminant Hydrology Program, University of Virginia; 2007–2008

Awards

  1. Rising Star Award, KEEN 2019
  2. Innovation Award, Dept. of Engineering, James Madison University, 2017
  3. Provost Research Grant, James Madison University, 2017
  4. Curricular Innovation Award as part of the faculty participants of Venturewell Pathway's Program, 2017
  5. CISE Faculty Development Grant, James Madison University; 2016
  6. Provost Research Award, James Madison University; 2016
  7. Principal Investigator for EPA P3 Design Competition for Sustainability, US Environmental Protection Agency; 2015
  8. Frontiers of Engineering Education symposium selected participant, National Academy of Engineering; 2014
  9. Doing Good with Good OR Finalist & Honorable Mention, Institute for Operations Research & Management Sciences (INFORMS); 2010
  10. Co-Principal Investigator for EPA P3 Design Competition for Sustainability, US Environmental Protection Agency; 2010
  11. John E. Gibson Technology Entrepreneurship Award, University of Virginia Systems Engineering; 2009
  12. Tomorrow's Professor Today, University of Virginia; 2009–2011
  13. International Honor Society for Operations Research & Management Science, Omega Rho; 2009–2011

Academic Service

  1. Steering and Planning Committee, 2019 Emerging Creatives Student Summit, February 7 - 10, 2019, [Conference Website]
  2. Steering Committee, 2019 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS) Conference, [Conference Website]
  3. General Chair, 2018 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS) Conference, [IEEE Website] [Conference Website]
  4. General Chair, 2017 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS) Conference [IEEE Website] [Conference Website]
  5. Program Chair, 2016 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS) Conference [IEEE Website] [Conference Website]

IN THE PRESS

  1. The New First-Year College Experience: Innovating from Day One by VentureWell, May 8, 2018 [Web Link]
  2. Returning JMU course teaches human-centered design by Travis Valle, December 20, 2017 [Web Link]
  3. Faculty Grantee Workshops at VentureWell by Venturewell, August 18, 2017 [Web Link]
  4. JMU alumna flourishes as Smithsonian intern by Bennett Conlin, The Breeze, July 17, 2017 [Web Link]
  5. Engineering Department receives curricular innovation award by Brett Seekford, April 5, 2017 [Web Link]
  6. JMU Air Quality Project, WHSV TV-3, 6pm News, February 18, 2016 [Web Link]
  7. JMU Receives EPA Award, by Erin Flynn, February 22, 2016 [Web Link]
  8. Dr. Henriques, College of Integrated Science and Engineering, Receives External Funding. James Madison University, Office of Sponsored Programs, January 4, 2016 [Web Link]
  9. The Power of a Peer Community by Laurie Moore, Epicenter, Standford University, November 2015 [Web link 1] [Web link 2]
  10. Innovative ideas for engineering education earn invites to conference, James Madison University. Oct. 27, 2014. [Web Link]
  11. IEEE TV, Conference Highlights, Empowering local food markets via smartphones - GHTC 2012 Session. October 2012. [Video]
  12. Oxford Energy Society: Energy in Developing Countries, A Systems Perspective on Sustainable Energy Access May 8, 2012. Lindemann Lecture Theatre (Physics Department), Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom [Audio]
  13. Video Interview for Virginia Council of Graduate Schools on graduate education at the University of Virginia. Jan-2011. [Video]
  14. Bogdanowicz, Anna. A Cleaner Cooking System for Developing Countries. IEEE The Institute. Aug-2010. [, Web Link]
  15. Saavedra, Carla. Building a Sustainable Biogas System in Kenya. Environmental Protection. 25-May-2010. [ , Web Link]
  16. Biogas technology with potential to save thousands of lives to be featured at Texas event. IEEE-USA. 31-Mar-2010. [, Web Link]
  17. Radio Interview for The Promise of Tomorrow Episode #99. by Colonol Mason. 21-March-2010. [Audio]
  18. Massive Deaths in Developing Countries from Air Pollution now Being Addressed with Sustainable Biogas Technology. Press Release for Green Technology Conference. IEEE-USA. 23-March-2010.
  19. CEE Led Doctoral Training Program Addresses Areas of Critical National Need. Infrastructure Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Virginia. Edition Spring 2008.
  20. Griffin, Steve. Graduate Research Program Targets Water Resources in Areas of Critical National Need. Engineering Magazine - UVA Today. 1-July-2008 [, Web Link]
  21. Maki, Melissa. U.Va. Graduate Students Secure Esteemed NSF Fellowships. U.Va. Research News. 6-May-2008. [, Web Link]
  22. Destination Africa! - ISAT Prepares Students to Make a Difference in the World. February 2006.