Rapid Response to Building Water Safety During COVID-19 Pandemic with EEE's Caitlin Proctor and Andrew Whelton
|Author:||John Sutherland (Host)|
|PodbeanTitle:||Rapid Response to Building Water Safety During COVID-19 Pandemic with EEE's Caitlin Proctor and Andrew Whelton
Dr. Caitlin Proctor is a Lillian Gilbreth postdoctoral fellow currently working with three advisors across four schools: Dr. John Howarter, Associate Professor of Materials Engineering and Environmental and Ecological Engineering, Dr. Andrew Whelton, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Environmental and Ecological Engineering, and Dr. Paul Robinson, Professor of Biomedical Engineering. She came to Purdue University after completing her Ph.D. in Life Sciences at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology at Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland.
Andrew J Whelton, is an associate professor of Civil Engineering and Environmental and Ecological Engineering and his team investigates and solves problems that affect our natural and built environments. His expertise focusses on environmental chemistry and engineering, disasters, polymer science and engineering, water quality, infrastructure, and public health.
For more information about Purdue's Plumbing Safety research visit: plumbingsafety.org
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