Dr. Paul Westerhoff is a professor at Arizona State University. His research findings over just the past 10 years have been published in over 100 journal articles, and he has been involved in nearly 200 technical talks, many in the developing area of nanotechnology. In 2006 he won the Paul L. Busch Research Award from WEF, and in 2005 won the Walter L. Huber award from ASCE. Paul was appointed the Associate Dean for Research of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State in 2011 following his time served as Department Chair (2008-2009). Deeply connected with environmental engineering practice, Paul has won teaching awards in 2005, 2011, and in 2013 the Nathan Burbank Environmental Educator Award. Paul has many research partnerships with leading environmental engineering consultants and with major water utilities and cities, providing them with expert advice and research services. Paul has five patents and continues to help cities and utilities develop and implement new technologies in water treatment.
ARCADIS/AEESP Frontier in Research Award
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