Congratulations to Kevin for receiving an AGU Outstanding Student Presentation Award for his lecture, "Turbulent Hyporheic Exchange in Permeable Sediments
Xioabao's editor's citation for his biomineralization paper in Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Congratulations to Minwei for his first paper as first author! (Coupled Effects of Hydrodynamics and Biogeochemistry on Zn Mobility and Speciation in Highly Contaminated Sediments)
Congratulations to Molly Baker and Kimberly Huynh for their admission to graduate school! Molly will be joining the Environmental Engineering department at Yale University. Kimberly will be joining the Environmental Engineering department at UC Berkeley.
Welcome to Liliana Hernandez-Gonzalez to the lab.
New paper by Xiaobao, Jisun, Alessandro, and Nanxi in J. Vis. Exp.
Congratulations to Kevin for being elected to the AGU Hydrology Section Student Committee
Angang, Kevin, Kimberly, and Liliana present posters at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, when they were not distracted by great sushi. (photo to come).
Alessandro Culotti defends his Ph.D., title here. In Alessandro will be joining NALCO (now EcoLab). Congratulations, Alessandro!
Congratulations to Jisun Song for completing her Ph.D.
Kimberly Huynh earns top honors at the Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium (news article).
McCormick article features innovative Synthesis project linking hydrological complesity across scales (click here).
Alessandro Culotti and Kimberly Huynh take home top two awards in the Student and Young Professional poster competition at WATERCON 2014 (news article).
New article in Biotechnology and Bioengineering: Biofilm responses to smooth flow fields and chemical gradients in novel microfluidic flow cells (click here).
Congratulations to Jen Drummond for successfully defending her dissertation: Fine Particle Transport and Retention in Streams: Particulate Organic Carbon Dynamics and Pathogen Transmission.
Kevin Roche receives the CUAHSI Pathfinder fellowship. Kevin will join Tom Battin’s lab (University of Vienna) for two months to investigate how biofilm complexity controls fine particle dynamics in streams.
Congratulations to Antoine Aubeneau for completing his Ph.D.
Kevin Roche and Rachel Scholes receive the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (link to article). Rachel will be moving on to UC Berkeley to pursue a Ph.D. in environmental engineering.
A. Packman receives the Cole-Higgins Award for Advising Excellence (link to article).