Associate Professor, Environmental Science and Engineering
- Chemistries and electrification at water-hydrophobe interfaces
- Surface forces (hydrophobic interactions, DLVO, structural forces)
- Superhydrophobic sand mulches and soil amendments for arid land agriculture
Desired Project Deliverables
The VSRP intern will work with a senior graduate student and learn the following skills:Laboratory experiments: wet chemistry (silanation of glass beads), optical imaging
Theory: data analysis, data plottingWe expect the intern to be driven by curiosity, hard working, and thrive in a multicultural work environment.