Graduate Research Assistant, UNH
University: University of New Hampshire
Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering
- MS, University of New Hampshire, Civil Engineering, 2015
- BS, University of New Hampshire, Environmental Engineering, 2013
- Graduate Research Assistant; Project 1: New Strategies for Technology Assessment and Implementation, Activity 6: Polychromatic UV Technologies for Virus Inactivation.
During her time at the University of New Hampshire, Ji was involved in several research projects under the supervision of Dr. Jim Malley. She investigated several aspects of suspended ion exchange at UNH and also at PWN Technologies in the Netherlands. She studied regeneration, optimization and nitrogen removal as well as phosphorus recovery from wastewater. Ji assisted Dr. Malley with the start up of Project 1 Activity 6 of the DeRISK center. She provided support and training for Rachael Kenny, Aly Packham and undergraduate research assistants with UV collimated beam experiments and water quality analysis for the candidate pilot sites. Ji is currently an environmental engineer at CDM Smith in Boston, MA working on water and wastewater projects.