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Steven Van Ginkel

Steven Van Ginkel
Dr. Steven Van Ginkel, Ph.D
Assistant Research Scientist
Centre for Environmental Biotechnology
Arizona State University
Tel: +1 480 727 9688
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Arizona State University


He is an Assistant Research Scientist In Center For Environmental Biotechnology, The Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University, National Research Council Research Associate & United States Environmental Protection Agency Postdoc (2006-2008) National Risk Management Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Montgomery Watson Harza (2005)-Project Engineer. He is a Fellow of National Science Foundation, Founder Of Bioh2energy And Biopower. He Received Ph.D in Environmental Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, President of Engineers for A Sustainable World, Penn State, 2002 to 2004 and Vice President and Coordinator-Isu Student Environmental Council (1997 –2000) And Environmental Chair–University of Newcastle, Australia, 1998 and Asce, Asm, And Iawq Member. He has Authored About Research Publications that Include 19 Articles and Reviewer of 19 Articles.

Research Interest

1) Membrane Biofilm Reactor (MBfR) for the removal of nitrate, perchlorate, and selenate from high ionic strength brines, and nitrosamines and chlorinated and fluorinated hydrocarbons from groundwater.
2) Siemens’ Cannibal Solids Reduction Process.
3) Renewable energy recovery from food processing wastewater via biohydrogen and microbial electrolytic cells (MECs).



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