AEESP2023 STUDENT POSTER AWARDS
The AEESP 2023 Conference had over 300 poster presentations, including 241 presented by students. A big thank you goes out to all of the poster presenters and especially to the nearly 150 volunteer judges who visited all of these posters and provided feedback to identify our AEESP 2023 Student Poster Award Winners!
Congratulations to this year’s 8 Awardees!
Alexandra K. Longest, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Virginia Tech (PhD student): “Gas Composition and Humidity Affect the Stability of Enveloped Viruses.”
Bright C. Elijah, Department of Civil Engineering and Construction, Georgia Southern University (MS student): “Assessing the relative sustainability of point-of-use water disinfection technologies.”
Christopher Emile Brunet, University of Iowa (PhD student): “Atmospheric Measurements of Volatile Methyl Siloxanes in New York City.”
Eliana Cadena Semanate, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Rice University (MS student): “Assessing the stability of ion-crosslinking of hydrogels to design stable and effective matrices for bacteria immobilization for wastewater treatment.”
Ethan Samuel Quinn, North Carolina State University (PhD student): “Physical and chemical changes of activated carbon in response to oxidative chemical treatments and their influence on electron exchange behavior.”
Hezhou Ding, North Carolina State University (PhD student): “A metagenomics meta-analysis to elucidate organic phosphorus biotransformation pathways in anaerobic digesters.”
Maria Jose Jimenez Vizcarra, University of Pittsburgh (PhD student): “Manganese Peroxidase supported by metal-embedded silica sol-gel.”
Md. Arafat Ali, University at Buffalo (PhD student), “Effect of Operating and Environmental Chemistry on PFOS and PFOA Degradation by Graphene-Iron Based Nanohybrid.”