Dr. Robert Paul Carnahan Sr.
Dr. Robert Paul Carnahan Sr., “Bob,” passed away at age 81 on June 2, 2018, at his home in Temple Terrace, Florida surrounded by his family.
Awarded Hall of Fame in 1998 and also was one of the Pioneer Chats #25 (June 18, 2013).
For Obituary and Guest Book click here
Robert P. Carnahan is the Associate Dean for Research, University of South Florida, from 1993-present. Dr. Carnahan has received a B.C.E. – Civil Engineering – University of Florida, 1959; M.S.S.E. – Sanitary Engineering – University of North Carolina, 1964; and his Ph.D. – Environmental Systems Engineering – Clemson University, 1973. His responsibilities include research development, liaison with other research units, research promotion for the College of Engineering, research administration. Dr. Carnahan has preformed many research projects and prepared numerous papers on the Application of Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration and Reverse Osmosis in Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment and Industrial Waste Treatment. Biological and Physical Chemical Treatment of Wastewaters and Industrial Waste. As well as, on the application of innovative technology for recycle and reuse of wastewaters with application toward treatment and disposal of hazardous materials. Dr. Carnahan is a members of the following organizations: National Society of Professional Engineers; American Society of Civil Engineers; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Water Pollution Control Federation; American Water Works Association; International Desalination Association; Florida Engineering Society; International Association of Water Pollution Research C. (IAWPRC); Association of Environmental Engineering Professors; National Committees & Professional Service; American Society of Testing and Materials; Southeast Desalting Association. He is a registered engineer in the states of Florida, Virginia, and Maryland.