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I am a senior professor in the Civil Engineering Department, within the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University with primary interest in environmental engineering. Before retiring from the full-time faculty, I taught a variety of courses in the Civil Engineering Department including an introduction to engineering, applied numerical methods, introduction to environmental engineering, theory of treatment processes, chemical processes in environmental engineering and remediation of contaminated sites. My research has covered a wide range of topics in treatment of water, wastewater, and hazardous materials at contaminated sites. Although this research has covered a range of chemical, physical and biological methods, it has maintained a strong focus on innovation.  Novel treatment methods developed in this research include autotrophic denitrification, inorganic oxide adsorbents, rapid haloform formation potential, ultra-high lime softening, ultra-high lime with aluminum treatment, biostrip process, stochastic risk assessment of bioremediation, degradative solidification-stabilization, and advanced reduction processes.

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