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  1. Environmental Water Chemistry @ Griffin Qingguo “Jack” Huang Department of Crop and Soil Sciences University of Georgia

  2. Laboratory • Major Equipment • HPLC/MS/MS • GC/MS • Scanning UV/Vis • Liquid Scintillation Counter • HPLC-PDA-Florescence • FTIR • Freeze dryer • Biological oxidizer

  3. Group Members • Ph.D. Students • Rashmi Singh (2008-) • Sudeep Sidhu (2008-) • Lisa Luo (2011-) • MS Students • Liwen Zhang (2008-) • Lisa Luo (2008-2010) • Postdoc • Junhe Lu (2007-2010) • Visiting Ph.D. Students • Liang Mao (Nanjing University) (2007-09) • Lina Zhou (Northwest A&F University) • Undergraduate Students • Michelle Gerlosky 2008 • Matthew Aderhold 2011 • James Byrd 2011

  4. Chemical analysis Molecular identification Molecular basis Environmental behaviors General Theme

  5. Plant Materials Nanoparticles Emerging Contaminants Research Area Catalysis

  6. Emerging Contaminants: Enzyme catalysis 1. Mao et al. Environ. Sci. Technol., 20092. Mao et al. Environ. Sci. Technol., 20103. Lu J. et al. Environ. Sci. Technol., 20104. Lu J. et al. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2010

  7. Emerging Contaminants: PFOA DoD SERDP, $150,000, PI Huang Remediation of Perfluoroakyl Contaminated Aquifer using an In-Situ Two-Layer Barrier: Laboratory Batch and Column Study Colosi et al., 2009, Environ. Toxi. Chem.

  8. TEM (100K x). SEM (140,721 x). HRTEM (300K x). Carbon Nanotubes

  9. EPA STAR Grant ($383,376) Environmental Behaviors of Solubilized Carbon Nanotubes in Aquatic Systems: Transformation, Sorption, and Toxicity Exposure PI Qingguo Huang Co-PIs Marsha Black, Zhengwei Pan Phase Distribution Transformation Bioavailability to fish 1. Petersen et al. 2008, Environ. Sci. Technol.2. Petersen et al., 2008, Environ. Health Persp. 3. Liu X.Y. et al., 2009, Environ. Sci. Technol.4. Zhang L. et al., 2011, Environ. Sci. Technol. 833321

  10. 20 nm Iron Nanoparticles 1. Huang et al. 2008, Environ. Sci. Technol.2. Xiao et al. 2009, ACS Applied Materials 3. Shen M. et al. 2009, J. Phy. Chem.4. Xiao et al. 2010, J. Materials Chem.

  11. A novel Bio-dethatch Approach U.S. provisional patent“Methods and compositions using fungal laccases to reduce turf thatch (61/388,160).

  12. Publications & Grants @ UGA • 22 peer-reviewed journal articles (12 as senior authors • Grants • EPA STAR ($383, 376), PI • DoD SERDP ($150,000), PI • GCSAA ($40K), PI • EPA region 4 ($67,615), Co-PI • GA EPD ($25K), Co-PI • Sea Grant ($150K), Co-PI

  13. Collaboration and Service • Collaborators • UGA (in/outside department), outside UGA • Affiliations • UGA (NanoSEC, Tox, Engineering) • Professional (SSSA, ACS) • Committees • Interdisciplinary toxicology program graduate admission committee (2010-) • Griffin Campus Laboratory Safety Committee Chair (2011-) • Griffin Campus Employee Council Member (2008-10) • Griffin Campus Visitors Housing Committee Member (2009-) • CAES Faculty Affair and Grievance Committee member (2008-) • CAES Griffin Campus Scholarship Review Committee member (2010-)

  14. Professional Activities • Manuscripts review (47 since 2007) • Meeting presentations • 21 total by members from my group (7 SSSA, 5 ACS) • 12 total by myself (2 SSSA, 2 ACS) • Symposium Organization • SSSA annual meeting, 2011, in process “Environmental Fate, Transport, Transformation of Organic Contaminants in Soil/Water Systems” • Grants Review • NSF Environmental Engineering (panel) • United states-Israel Bi-national Science Foundation • Scholarship Review • EPA GRO graduate fellowship

  15. Professional Activities • Invited talks • Nanjing University, China, May 2007 • Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, May 2007 • Nanjing University, China, June 2009 • Donghua University, China, June 2009 • Queen’s University, Canada, March 2010 • The Asia/Pacific chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 2010 Conference, Guangzhou, China, June 2010 • Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Shanghai, China, June 2010 • Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, China, June 2010 • Jiangnan University, Wuxi, China, June 2010 • Donghua University, Shanghai, China, June 2010 • Georgia Institute of Technology, October 2010 • Michigan State University, December 2010

  16. Recognitions • Baiyulan award, 2010 • Students honor • First place student presentation, ASA - Southern Branch meeting, 2011. • First place student poster presentation, SSSGA annual meeting, 2011. • Second place student presentation, ACS 240th National meeting, 2010 • First place  graduate student oral presentation, C-05 Industry Division, ASA meeting, 2010 • Second place student presentation, Combined Carolinas and Georgia SECTAC Annual meeting, 2010 • Second place poster presentation award at AWWA annual meeting, 2008.

  17. Teaching & Extension • Teaching • Introduction to Water Quality (1.95, 1.15, 1.32) • Chemical Analysis of Environmental Samples (1.60, 1.58) • Extension • GGCSA/USGA • Georgia turf field day • Griffin water works

  18. Thanks!