Research Team

Postdoctoral Fellows

Mirnader Ghazali, Ph.D.

Research topics: Development of Rapid Detection Systems and Biosensors for Water

Real-time Monitoring of Drinking Water in Water Distribution Network

Risk Assessment Using Fuzzy Logic and Baysian Beleif Networks

DDT-impacted Soil Remediation

Haiyan Xu, Ph.D.

Research topics: Conflict analsis in water resources and secision support system for drinking water treatment

Real-time Monitoring of Drinking Water in Water Distribution Network

Risk Assessment Using Fuzzy Logic and Baysian Beleif Networks

 

Graduate Students

Cassandra Banting, M.A.Sc.

Research topic: Development of Water Security Index

Grant Carey, Ph.D.

Research topic: Groundwater Remediation of Chlorinated Solvents

Ian Summerscales, M.A.Sc.

Research Topic: Risk Assessment for Small Drinking Water Systems

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Brett Harper, M.A.Sc.

Research topic: Exceedance Probability of THMs for Groundwater Source

Through an interdisciplinary focus involving: environmental engineering, water engineering and computer information science, I will be researching the monitoring and tracking of water contamination. The resulting research will provide an understanding of the most advantageous treatments for disinfection byproducts (DBPs); specifically the treatment of THMs and HAAs.

Ingrid sorenson, M.A.Sc.

Research topic: Arsenic removal techmologies for groundwater in Bangladesh.

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Diana Nicholson, M.A.Sc.

Research topic: Improved design of clay pot water filters.

 

Cam Farrow, Ph.D.

Research topic: Improved biogas production from agricultural wastes.

Yi Wang, Ph. D.

Research topic: Regionalization of rainfall intensity Characterization.

Richard Harvey, Ph. D.

Research topic: Buried water infrastructure priorization for Repare.

 

Tao Tao, M.Eng.

Research topic: Removal of Fluoride from Groundwater.

Chen Zhang, MASc.

Research topic: Assessment of water use in Northern China.

 

 

 

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Andrew Betts, MASc.

Research topic: Optimization of Road salt Applications to Minimize Enviromental Damage.

Joseph Brunsting, MASc.

Research topic: In-Situ Removal of Arsenic in Groundwater.