Maximilian Chmielinski, MS, PhD
Dr. Maximilian Chmielinski is working towards his Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and has several years of industrial hygiene work experience operating as a management planner and research designer.
He completed his PhD at the University of Washington researching ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure in agricultural workers under the supervision of Dr. Christopher Simpson. His academic work contained three components: dosimetric monitoring of solar and lamp sourced UV, designing a control system to operate a bench top spectroradiometer as a dosimetric device, and using open source architectural light simulation engine to predict ambient radiation conditions created by indoor vegetation supplemental lighting.
Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Tech Master of Science in Occupational Hygiene, University of Washington
Doctorate in Environmental and Occupational Hygiene, University of Washington
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Prior to his role at HP Environmental, he served as Commodore of the Washington Yacht Club. This six-hundred-member 501c non-profit organization owns and operates a fleet of forty brown and blue-water sailboats off the shores of the University of Washington Campus. His two-term Commodoreship saw him steer the club through the turbulent waters caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, from which has now emerged with a larger membership and more institutional stability then in the decades past.
- Chmielinski, Maximilian J et al. (2023) “Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure in Cannabis Growing Facilities.” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 1-14. doi:10.1080/15459624.2023.2207616
- Chmielinski, Maximilian J., Martin A. Cohen, Michael G. Yost, and Christopher D. Simpson. (2022) “Wearable Spectroradiometer for Dosimetry” Sensors22, no. 22: 8829. https://doi.org/10.3390/s22228829