The Role of Carbon Nanofiber Reinforcement on Organic Contaminant Release: Implications for Potable Water Pipe Technology Development

Andrew J. Whelton

Andrew J. Whelton

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

University of South Alabama

Dr. Andrew Whelton is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Alabama. Andrew has a variety of work experiences in the private, government, and academic sectors and is passionate about conducting research to investigate and solve problems that affect our natural and built environments. As a multidisciplinary trained civil/environmental engineer, Andrew has expertise in polymer science, analytical chemistry, food science, and nanoengineering. Dr. Whelton has received several honors that include a National Research Council Fellowship, National Science Foundation, IGERT Fellowship, and a Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Fellowship. Andrew received his undergraduate (’00) and graduate (’01, ’09) degrees from Virginia Tech. He holds a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering specializing in potable water system monitoring and polymer pipe deterioration/performance; A M.S. in Environmental Engineering focussed on environmental treatment technologies and processes; and, a B.S. in Civil Engineering with emphasis in environmental systems.

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