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David Cwiertny : Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

David Cwiertny

Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

His research focuses on materials-based treatment strategies for water and wastewater, and chemical transformation pathways for emerging contaminant classes in natural aquatic systems. His special fields of knowledge include environmental chemistry, and water and wastewater treatment and reuse.

Craig Just : Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Craig Just

Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

His areas of research interest include the use of sensors to measure water quality at rapid intervals, use of mussels as living biosensors, the fate of pharmaceuticals in non-conventional wastewater treatment systems, and human exposure to PCBs resulting from industrial dredging operations.

Jerry Schnoor : Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Allen S. Henry Chair in Engineering

Jerry Schnoor

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Allen S. Henry Chair in Engineering

He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, elected in 1999 for his pioneering work using mathematical models in science policy decisions. He has testified many times before Congress on environmental protection issues, including the importance of passing the 1990 Clean Air Act.

Ananya Sen Gupta : Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Ananya Sen Gupta

Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

As a data scientist, Sen Gupta has developed a computational approach to fingerprint oil spills, which involved finding patterns in the field data using algorithms she developed.

Larry Weber : Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Edwin B. Green Chair in Hydraulics, Exec. Assoc. Dean of Engineering

Larry Weber

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Edwin B. Green Chair in Hydraulics, Exec. Assoc. Dean of Engineering

His research combines hydro-dynamic data and biological data of fish responses in order to understand fish movements in the immediate vicinity of passage facilities such as dams.

Last modified on September 15th, 2017
Posted on August 5th, 2013