This joint fellowship with the National Water Research Institute advances AMTA’s mission to promote and advance the understanding and application of membrane technology to create safe, affordable, and reliable water treatment solutions. Read more about the fellowship…
Aubrey Quigley, University of Texas at Austin
Aubrey is a doctoral candidate in Chemical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. Her advisors are Drs. Benny Freeman and Nathaniel Lynd. Her research titled, “Lithium Brine Purification and Electrochemical Conversion via Selective Bipolar Membrane Electrodialysis” addresses new cation exchange membranes for use in bipolar electrodialysis for the selective recovery of lithium.
Kian Lopez, University of Colorado Boulder
Kian is a third-year doctoral student in Chemical Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder. His advisor is Dr. Anthony Straub in the department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural engineering. His research titled “Electrochemical characterization and oxidation methods to mitigate failure mechanisms in pressure-driven membrane distillation for applications in water reuse” sets out to establish a foundation for the implementation of a novel membrane process for water reuse applications.
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