EEE News

March 10, 2017

EEE graduate student awarded merit-based funding to support research

Environmental and Ecological Engineering graduate student Ehsan Vahidi has received two merit-based awards in support of his graduate research. Vahidi was selected as recipient of the Andrews Environmental Travel Grant. This highly competitive and prestigious award supports travel for research relating to the world environment. Vahidi has also received the Hugh W. and Edna M. Donnan Fellowship, awarded by the Purdue College of Engineering.
February 3, 2017

EEE Affiliate Professor Vilas Pol receives funding for research commercialization

Purdue Environmental and Ecological Engineering affiliate associate professor Vilas Pol has been awarded funding from the Trask Innovation Fund to further develop his innovation through the commercialization pipeline. Dr. Pol received a funding award of $35,000 for his research on "Low Cost, High Capacity, Faster Charging Carbon Anodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries."
February 2, 2017

Professor John Sutherland featured in Winter 2016 College of Engineering Impact magazine

Purdue Environmental and Ecological Engineering Professor and Fehsenfeld Family Head John W. Sutherland is featured in the Winter 2016 College of Engineering Impact magazine. The current issue highlights Dr. Sutherland's research with Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) and Critical Materials Institute (CMI). The publication also discusses Dr. Sutherland's expertise on the application of sustainability principles to design, manufacturing, and other industrial issues.
January 25, 2017

EEE Research team collaborates with universities in China

Environmental and Ecological Engineering graduate student Matt Triebe is part of a team of researchers collaborating with three universities in China to study the design and operation of manufacturing equipment for increased resource and energy efficiency.
January 13, 2017

Professor Andrew Whelton to lead EPA-funded Purdue research team studying low-flow building water systems.

Environmental and Ecological Engineering and Civil Engineering Professor Andrew Whelton will lead a multi-institution research team to study water quality issues related to low flow conditions of drinking water in premise plumbing systems. The $2M EPA-funded project will help solve the problem of disease-causing organisms and harmful chemicals resulting from low flow building water systems.
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