E.W. “Bill” Tollner, Ph.D.

Professor of Agricultural Engineering

Dr. Tollner is a native of Maysville, Ky. and received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Agricultural Engineering at the University of Kentucky. He completed his doctorate at Auburn University in 1980. He is, now, a Professor and and Graduate Coordinator at the University of Georgia. His overall area of research is to discover system descriptions of hydrologic systems with the overall goal of improving water resource management and watershed ecological health. Applications of control theory and advanced sensing techniques toward the improvement of post harvest quality of fruits and vegetables.

“I enjoy the variety of students, the diversity of students, the diversity of points of view of the faculty. The constant stimulation here will force you to stay young.”


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