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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Bioresource Engineering 127  

Bioresource Engineering 127

Degree Program Offered:Master of Science

Director of Graduate Program:Professor Sean X. Liu, Food Science Building, Cook Campus (732/932-9611, ext. 240)

Members of the Graduate Faculty

Arend-Jan Both, Assistant Professor of Bioresource Engineering, CC; Ph.D., Cornell Controlled-environment agriculture

Donna E. Fennell, Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering, CC; Ph.D., Cornell
Bioremediation; wastewater treatment; bioprocess modeling; anaerobic processes

Qingrong Huang, Assistant Professor of Food Science, CC; Ph.D., Nebraska
Food delivery systems biochips and nanotechnology

Weiling Huang, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, CC; Ph.D., Michigan
Physiochemical processes

Mukund V. Karwe, Associate Professor of Food Science, CC; Ph.D., Rutgers
Food extension, baking health promotion through processed food

Uta Krogmann, Associate Professor of Environmental Science, CC; Ph.D., Hamburg-Harburg
Waste analysis, recycling, waste minimization, anaerobic digestion, composting

Sean X. Liu, Assistant Professor of Food Engineering, CC; Ph.D., Kansas State
Membrane separations, solid-liquid mixings, nanotechnology

David R. Mears, Professor of Bioresource Engineering, CC; Ph.D., Rutgers
Energy alternatives for agriculture; engineering greenhouse systems: solar and waste heat; mechanization

George H. Nieswand, Professor of Environmental Systems Analysis, CC; Ph.D., Rutgers
Environmental systems analysis; water resource management; land-use planning

Christopher C. Obropta, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, CC; Ph.D. Stevens
Watershed management stormwater best management practices

Lisa Totten, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, CC; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Environmental organic chemistry

Barbara J. Turpin, Associate Professor of Environmental Science, CC; Ph.D., Oregon Graduate Institute Air pollution instrumentation; sampling and analysis of atmospheric particles

Christopher G. Uchrin, Professor of Environmental Science, CC; Ph.D., Michigan
Math modeling of contamination transport in surface and groundwater

Kit L. Yam, Associate Professor of Food Science, CC; Ph.D., Michigan State
Food packaging engineering, polymeric material

Adjunct Members of the Graduate Faculty

James Cavazzoni, Postdoctoral Associate; Ph.D., New York Earth systems science and modeling; mathematical crop modeling and associated experimentation

Robert M. Cowan, Adjunct Professor of Environmental Science, CC; Ph.D., SUNY (Buffalo)
Biological treatment (kinetics, process engineering, modeling); bioremediation, industrial and hazardous-waste treatment

Andrew J. Higgins, Vice President for Engineering, Applied Waste Water
Tech., Inc.; Ph.D., Rutgers Wastewater process engineering; solid waste recycling and utilization; hazardous waste

Tadashi Takakura, Professor of Agricultural Engineering, University of Tokyo; Ph.D., Tokyo
Environmental control engineering

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