Our group is involved in the design, preparation, characterization, and testing of materials and processes for environmental applications. We also focus on quantifying the risk of nanomaterials on the environment and identifying future areas of research necessary to realize safe deployment of promising nanomaterial applications.
Development of advanced water-treatment technologies which leverage the reactive and tunable properties of nanomaterials for selectivity toward priority pollutants, cost-efficiency and sustainability
News and update:
Open positions are now available in the Zucker Lab:
- Lab manager
- PhD and MSc students
Excellent applicants with background in environmental engineering, materials science, nanotechnologies, chemistry and physics are encouraged to contact email@example.com