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XLi2
Role:
PhD Candidate
Field of Research:
Water Treatment Processes, Nitrogen Disinfection By-Products, Algae and Cyanobacteria

Xiang Li is currently undertaking a PhD project in the UNSW Water Research Centre within the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, having commenced research in 2012.  His PhD project  focuses on characterizing the dissolved organic...

andrea_gonzalez_torre
Role:
PhD Candidate
Field of Research:
Water Treatment Processes, Separation Science, Water Treatment Processes, Algae and Cyanobacteria

Andrea Gonzalez is a PhD research student at UNSW. She obtained her engineering degree at the University of the Andes at Bogota (Colombia) in 2006 and her Master in Engineering Science specialising in water and wastewater treatment at UNSW in...

Ms Florence Choo
Role:
PhD Candidate
Field of Research:
Water Quality Engineering, Water Monitoring Processes, Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Algae and Cyanobacteria

Florence is completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) at the University of NSW. Florence undertook her honours thesis project on water monitoring and treatment, focusing on cyanobacteria and algae detection, the project is called...

Naras Rao
Role:
PhD Candidate
Field of Research:
Water Treatment Processes; Colloid, Surface and Interface Chemistry; Polymers; Separation Science; Proteomics and carbohydrate chemistry; Cyanobacteria and Algae.

Naras is a Ph.D research student at the School of Chemical Engineering, UNSW. As a doctoral student, his interests lie in the applications of colloid and interface science in water treatment. Having commenced research in 2014, his project focuses...

Tong Gui
Role:
Masters by Research Student
Field of Research:
Water Treatment Processes, Synthesis of Materials, Functional Materials, Algae and Cyanobacteria

Tong interests lie in the applications of functional particles in water treatment process. The title of his research project is "Advanced Nanomaterial for Harvesting and Processing of Microalgae".

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