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Lei Wu

Assistant Professor
Civil Engineering
Stocker Center 215
wul@ohio.edu
Phone: 740.593.4771

http://contaminant.weebly.com/

Lei Wu joined Ohio University in 2016 after a post-doctoral fellowship in a multi-disciplinary group at the University of Pennsylvania. She teaches introductory courses in environmental engineering basics and water quality engineering, as well as advanced courses in contaminant fate and transport and water/wastewater treatment.

Wu’s background spans both environmental science and engineering. She’s generally interested in using multiple-scale approaches to understand how the natural and anthropogenic stressors affect our environment (particularly aquatic environment) at every level from particle to watershed scale. 


Research Interests: contaminant transport, in-situ microscopy and particle tracking, colloidal and interfacial phenomenon, environmental implications of nanotechnology

All Degrees Earned: Ph.D., Agricultural and Biological Engineering, University of Florida, 2013; M.S., Environmental Science and Engineering, Peking University, China, 2007

Conference Proceeding (1)

  • Wu, L., Ortiz, C., Jerolmack, D. (2016). Aggregation of asbestos fibers in water: role of solution chemistry. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2016.

Journal Article, Academic Journal (27)