Level I Model for Transport of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in Newport Bay, Siting of Hydrogen Refueling Stations for the Northeastern U.S, Membrane Biofouling Prevention using Quorum Sensing Inhibitors
CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Professor Kristen Davis
All speakers are current graduate students in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at UC Irvine. They each were the recipients of the EnE Summer Fellowship.
“Level I Model for Transport of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in Newport Bay”
Ashley Ciglar is a second year Masters student studying fate and transport of fecal indicator bacteria with Prof. Grant and Dr. Rippy.
"Siting of Hydrogen Refueling Stations for the Northeastern U.S."
Kersey conducts research at the Advanced Power & Energy Program under the guidance of Professor Scott Samuelsen; he graduated from UCI in 2011 with degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science.
"Membrane Biofouling Prevention using Quorum Sensing Inhibitors"
Leda Katebian, a third year Ph.D. student in Environmental Engineering, focuses on seawater desalination membrane biofouling remediation strategies in her research in Dr. Sunny Jiang’s lab.