James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Research Interests: Membrane processes, nanostructured materials, transport and fate of nanomaterials in the environment, colloidal and interfacial processes, and environmental systems analysis
Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology (CEINT)
Research Interests: I am interested in the fundamentals of nanomaterial behavior in the environment, ranging from interactions with biomolecules or pullutants to attachment to microorganisms and environmental surfaces, and their effects on nanoparticle transport.
Research Interests: Investigating the recovery of rare earth elements from coal combustion products using liquid membrane processes
Research Interests: Nano-bio interactions; antibiotic resistance; extracellular DNA
Research Interests: Developing novel conductive-membrane filtration technologies that utilize electrochemical sensing techniques to probe the membrane interior and surrounding system during fouling events.
Research Interests: Particle aggregation, molecular dynamics simulations, and bacteriophage biology
Research Interests: Extracellular vesicles, nanoparticle fate/transport, agriculture, particle simulations
Research Interests: Microplastics, degradation of plastic pollution, nano-additives in plastic
Research Interests: Fate, transport, and transformation of nanoscale particles in the environment Bioavailability of nanoparticles to plants Exposure and risk assessment (chemical and nanomaterial)