Associate Professor of Biological Systems Engineering, Faculty Fellow, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
Deepak Keshwani’s research interest are in the areas of bioprocess and biosystems modeling. Currently, his research efforts are integrated system modeling related to the Food-Energy-Water Nexus with a focus on Nebraska’s agricultural systems and biofuel industries.
In addition to teaching and advising both undergraduate and graduate level courses, Keshwawni coordinates the Justin Smith Morrill Scholars, a campus wide, co-curricular program focused on civic engagement and critical societal issues in food, agriculture, and natural resource systems. He also mentors the AGFutures learning community in leadership, service and civic engagement.
Keshwani received his B.S. and M.S. in Biological Systems Engineering from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln and his Ph.D. in Biological and Agricultural Engineering from North Carolina State University. In 2017, he was appointed a Faculty Fellow by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Resources in recognition of his work in student retention and success.