HANNAH E. KING, MSc
Hannah completed her Masters degree in 2015 with a thesis project entitled "Effect of solution chemistry on schwertmannite formation". Upon graduating she took a full time position as a hydrogeologist for Geosyntec in Huntington Beach, CA.
RUI SERRA MAIA, MSc, PhD
Rui obtained his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 2018 with a thesis project entitled "Relation between surface structural and chemical properties of platinum nanoparticles and their catalytic activity in the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide". Upon graduating he took a postdoc position in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania.
KAREL KLETETSCHKA, MSc
Karel finished his Masters degree in 2018 with a thesis project entitled "3D printing of specialty devices for geochemical investigations: Real-time studies of goethite and schwertmannite formation". Upon graduating he took a full time position with the U.S. Department of Defense.
MCNEILL BAUER, MSc
McNeill finished his Masters degree in 2019 with a thesis project entitled "Multivariate analysis of factors regulating the formation of synthetic imogolite and allophane nanoparticles". He plans to work in the environmental consulting industry.
ALEXANDRIA HOEHER, MSc, PhD
Aly finished her PhD degree in 2020 with a dissertation project entitled "Chemical controls on the formation of calcium phosphates". Upon graduating she accepted a position in the Office of Innovation Advancement and Commercialization at Auburn University.
Brian is a geoscience student at École Normale Supérieure Université, Paris, France. He visited the group for two months during summer 2018 and particated in developing and testing novel microfluidics devices for geochemical studies.