Doudrick RESEARCH Group
We are located at the University of Notre Dame in northern Indiana. We investigate important environmental science and engineering problems mainly related to the physical/chemical treatment of water and the behavior of inorganic contaminants. Population growth has a profound effect on our water quality. Not only does it further deplete our water sources, it ultimately leads to a larger influx of contaminants into surface and ground waters, leaving these sources unusable or unsafe. As our water supplies diminish, we will have to develop more advanced treatment technologies to keep up with the increased demand for water. Dr. Doudrick's group research is focused on the development of advanced materials and treatment systems and the impact these new technologies have on human and environmental health.
Where is the University of Notre Dame?
The University of Notre Dame is located in South Bend, IN, about a two hour drive east of Chicago, IL. Our lab is located in Fitzpatrick Hall in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, 156 Fitzpatrick Hall, Notre Dame, IN, 46556, USA
Interesting in joining the group?
Please send your CV to Dr. Doudrick including GPA, GRE scores, and a one paragraph statement detailing what your research interests are and why you want to go to graduate school.