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Environmental engineering seeks to study and minimize the impact of anthropogenic processes on the environment. The focus of our department in this research area is:
- Advancing aerosol science and technology that underlie the formation, growth, measurement and modeling of systems of small particles in gases
- Air quality planning and management
- Ambient air quality and health effects
- Climate effects of aerosols
- Development of advanced aerosol sensors and instruments, data retrieval algorithms, and measurement networks
- Indoor air quality
- Green engineering including life cycle assessments
- Satellite remote sensing and global modeling of atmospheric composition
Advancing understanding of processes affecting air quality and climate with an emphasis on aerosols.
- Environmental genomics and metagenomics
- Environmental transport and fate of agrochemicals
- Contaminant fate and transport
- Subsurface biogeochemical processes
- Critical element geochemistry
- Nanoscale interfacial chemistry
- Environmental organic chemistry
Providing deeper understanding of natural and engineered environmental processes via frontier research in environmental chemistry and microbiology and developing novel technologies and solutions for sustainable environments.
& Resource Recovery
- Drinking water treatment and supply
- Corrosion control
- Wastewater treatment
- Managed aquifer recharge
- Controlling harmful algal blooms
- Membrane processes
- Nutrients and critical elements recovery
- Fate and transport of natural and engineered nanomaterials
Address water-related social and economic challenges through developing advanced technologies and strategies, improving the efficiency of water and wastewater treatment, and recovering valuable resources from wastewater towards a circular economy.
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