Environmental Impacts of Engineered Nanomaterials from a Life Cycle Perspective
Dr. Fan Wu has recently completed his work as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research explores the sustainability of emerging technologies, including nanotechnology, nutrient recovery techniques from manure waste, and aquaponics in the context of the food-energy-water nexus. Dr. Wu received his PhD in Environmental Engineering from the Oregon State University in 2017. The primary theme of his work was risk evaluation of nanomaterials in aqueous environments. After his PhD, he finished an industrial research position funded by the Oregon Bioscience Association at a startup company called Constanoan Biotechnologies. Dr. Wu has published in various journals, such as ES&T, ES: Nano, Aquatic toxicology, etc.