Environmental Nanotechnology

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Structural Engineering Research

Environmental Nanotechnology comprises a comprehensive curriculum that includes Aerosol Mechanics, Air Pollution Control Design, Air Pollution Sampling and Analysis, Activated Carbon: Environmental Design and Application, and Environmental Chemistry of Trace Metals. Students can build both depth and breadth into their educational experiences by adding elective courses from other UF College of Engineering departments including the Enviromental Engineering Sciences (EES) Department.

The Faculty's research is recognized internationally for its prominence and for its impact in understanding manufacturing and tailoring of nanomaterials and nanodevices for application in environmental and human health research, environmental fate and transport of nanomaterials, and environmental implications of nanomaterials.

The Faculty's research is funded by Federal and State agencies, as well as by industrial sponsors. These provide support for undergraduate research as well as graduate fellowships and assistanceships with full tuition waiver and competitive stipends. Research trains students to become professionals in academic institutions, government agencies, non-government organizations, or industry consulting.

News
 [ 2013 ]

details Doctoral student Justin Clar wins first place in two research poster competitions
details Dr. Chang Yu Wu patents new technology

 

Events
 [ 2018 ]  [ 2017 ]

details January 30, 2018: ESSIE Evening with the Industry in the Evans Champions Club