Dr. Riffats participates in conference

April 08, 2017

Professor Rumana Riffat’s research group participated in the Water Environment Federation’s Residual and Biosolids Conference 2017, held April 8-11 in Seattle, WA. Her graduate students presented the following papers:

  1. “Mechanistically Understanding the Dewatering Fundamentals: Impact of Biological Systems & Thermal Hydrolysis on Cake TS & Polymer Demand,” presented by MS student Mahmudul Hasan;
  2. “Does Operation at Increased Ammonia Concentration Impact Hydrolysis Rates?” presented by Ph.D. student Baoqiang Li; and
  3. “Can Hydrolysis Limitation Be Overcome Through Understanding the Impact of Physics in Anaerobic Digestion?” presented by MS student Elizabeth Manning.