Applying our backgrounds in environmental engineering and technology policy to holistically evaluate the policies, processes, and materials that promote energy efficient water treatment

 

About us

Our research group, the Water and Energy Efficiency for the Environment (WE3) lab, works on the grand challenge of meeting water demand in a carbon-constrained world. Many conventional water treatment technologies are approaching their thermodynamic limit; to realize further energy savings requires a series of paradigm shifts in technology deployment, process integration, and materials design. We apply our backgrounds in environmental engineering and technology policy to holistically evaluate the policies, processes, and materials that promote energy efficient water treatment. Read More

Research

Publications: Google Scholar
 

1) Re-thinking the Deployment of Water Treatment Technologies

2)  Re-defining the Inputs to the Water Desalination Process

3) Re-envisioning the Membrane

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