Chanlan Chun Ph.D.

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Professional Title
Senior Research Program Manager, Environmental Engineer

Dr. Chun is an environmental engineer who is interested in studying the impacts of human activities on natural water system. Chun and her research team aim to understand chemical and microbial contaminants in natural (e.g. lakes, streams, and estuary) and built (e.g. sewer system, treatment facility and stormwater systems) environment and develop improved treatment technologies and mitigation strategies.

Education

  • Postdoc, Microbiology and Immunology, South Carolina Medical University
  • Ph.D. Civil (Environmental) Engineering, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
  • M.S. Environmental Science and Engineering, Ewha Womans University
  • B.S. Environmental Science and Engineering, Ewha Womans University

Resources

  • Chun's research lab site (https://sites.google.com/d.umn.edu/chunlab/welcome)
  • NRRI Scanning Electron Microscopy (https://sites.google.com/d.umn.edu/sem/home)
  • Faculty, Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota Duluth (https://scse.d.umn.edu/civil-engineering-department/faculty-staff/dr-chanlan-chun)
  • Faculty, Water Resources Science Graduate Program, University of Minnesota (https://wrs.umn.edu/)

Publications

Publication list via Google Scholar

    NRRI News Articles

    Sulfate in Minnesota water bodies is a statewide problem. NRRI researchers are developing three different solutions for a variety of applications.

    NRRI to lead a team of scientists to collect and analyze contaminating chemicals in the Great Lakes.

    Scientist enjoys unraveling the complexities of sulfate challenges