Jun 5-17, 2015, Dan traveled to China to meet with colleagues at several universities. His visit was coordinated by Professor Songhu Yuan at the China University of Geosciences (CUG) in Wuhan, and Professor Huaming Guo at CUG Beijing also hosted Dan during his visit. In Wuhan Dan met colleagues and gave presentations at CUG as well as Huazhong University of Science and Technology (hosted by Professor Jiakuan Yang) and Huazhong Agricultural University (hosted by Professor Xionghan Feng). In addition to visiting CUG in Beijing, Dan was hosted by Professor Chongyuan Jing at the Research Center of Eco-Environmental Science of the Chinese Academy of Science and Professor Jinren Ni at Peking University.
Huaming and Dan on the Great Wall
Dec. 1, 2014, Daniel Giammar was installed as
the Walter E. Browne Professor of Environmental Engineering.
(From left to right: Ralph Quatrano, Daniel Giammar, Holden Thorp)
Oct. 2, 2014, Engineering News reported Dan's new project in CO2 sequestration. "Giammar seeking new solutions for underground carbon storage"
September 2014, Dan was promoted to professor.
August 2014, the project Impact of Microstructure on the Containment and Migration of CO2 in Fractured basalts has been awarded by U.S. Department of Energy.
July 2014, the project Platform Nanoscale Sorbents for Advanced Separation and Recovery of Metals and Metalloids in Water has been awarded by
the National Science Foundation. John Forter is the PI and Dan Giammar is the Co-PI of this project.
Apr 4th 2014, Dan Giammar organized a one-day workshop "Soil-Water-Plant Summit". More than 20 invited investigators in the MO and IL areas participated. Satish Myneni gave the keynote talk.
Jan 2014, we are excited to host Stephan Kraemer, Chair of Geochemistry in University of Vienna as a visiting professor at WashU.
Jan 2014, Dan was appointed an Associate Editor of Environmental Science & Technology.
September 2013, our I-CARES project on iron bioavailability to plants was featured in Newsroom.