Group in May 2015
From back to front, left to right: Yeunook, Rachel, Peng, Chao, Dan and his sons Eli and Oliver, Wei, Zezhen, Vrajesh and Lin.

Group in July 2014
Scott Burns, Dan Giammar, Jenil Dedhia, Vrajesh Mehta, Nevel Vaidyan
Chao Pan, Lin Wang, Wei Xiong, Zezhen Pan

ACL Alumni

ACL Album

Principal Investigator

Daniel Giammar

Ph.D., P.E.

ph: 314-935-6849
fax: 314-935-7211
Email:  giammar@wustl.edu

Curriculum Vita

Walter E. Browne Professor of Environmental Engineering

Adjunct Professor in Earth and Planetary Sciences

Associate Edtior, Environ. Sci. Technol.

Ph.D. Environmental Engineering Science, California Institute of Technology, 2001

M.S. Environmental Engineering Science, California Institute of Technology, 1998

B.S. Civil Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 1996

Ph.D. Students

Lin Wang

Project: Trace element mobilization during hydraulic fracturing; redox reactons of arsenic on iron oxides.

B.S. Fudan University, 2010

Email:  lin.wang@wustl.edu

Wei Xiong

Project: Geochemical reactions involved in carbon sequestration

B.Eng. Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 2012

Email: weixiong@wustl.edu

Chao Pan

Project: Drinking water chromium removal using electrocoagulation

B.S. M.S., Harbin Institute of Technology, 2011, 2013

Email: panchao@wustl.edu

Zezhen Pan

Project: Uranium phosphate reactions for contaminant immobilization

B.S. Beijing Normal University, 2013

Email: zezhenpan@wustl.edu

Yeunook Bae

Project: Carbon sequestration in fractured basalts

B.Eng., M.S., Hanyang University, 2007, 2009

M.S.E. Johns Hopkins University, 2014

Email: yeunook.bae@wustl.edu

   

Postdoctoral Research Associates

Rachel Wells

Project: Carbon sequestration in fractured basalts

M.S., Ph.D. Texas A&M University 2010, 2015

B.S. The University of Texas 2006

Email: rwells@wustl.edu

       

Undergraduate Researchers and Visiting Students

Manvitha Marni

Project: Drinking water chromium removal using electrocoagulation (with Chao)

Undergraduate student in WUSTL

Email: mmarni@wustl.edu

Peng Liao

Project: Influence of redox reactions on transport of colloidal iron hydroxides

2nd year PhD student from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)

Email: liaopeng@email.wustl.edu

 

Summer Students

Wenyu Ding

Project: Influence of redox reactions on transport of colloidal iron hydroxides (working with Peng)

2nd year high school student from Wuhan Foreign Languages School