Faculty & Staff
Krishnakumar V. Nedunuri, Ph.D.
McLin #111 • (937) 376-6455
Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, Purdue University, USA, 1999. Currently investigating the fate and transport of heavy metals in the presence of organic acids. Modeling the surface and subsurface contamination and transport of heavy metals. Studying the plant induced degradation of munition wastes. Modeling the fate of metals and organic compounds in dredge sediments. Stability and solution schemes for nonlinear problems in reaction engineering.
Ramanitharan Kandiah, Ph.D., P.E.
McLin #105 • (937) 376-6260
Ph.D. in Civil/ Environmental Engineering, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana,, 2004. His specialties include systems analysis of wastewater disposal, activated sludge treatment, contaminated aquatic sediments, comprehensive eco systems studies and air quality modeling.
Sam L. Laki, Ph.D.
McLin #207 • (937) 376-6272
Agricultural Economics, with specialties in Agricultural development and Resource Development, Department of Agricultural economics, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan; 1992.
Subramania I. Sritharan, Ph.D., P.E.
College of Science and Engineering
Hydraulics, Civil Engineering, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 1984. Surface Hydraulics, Sub-surface Hydraulics, Water Resources Systems Analysis, Hydrology, Water Quality and Environmental Engineering, and Irrigation and Drainage. .:. Read More
Xiaofang Wei, Ph.D.
McLin #206 • (937) 376-6193
Indiana State University, Terra Haute, Indiana. GIS, Remote Sensing, Indiana State University Remote sensing applications for environmental applications including waste management, soil erosion; Cartography, Aerial Photogrammetry, Remote sensing applications in bio mass determination.
DeBonne Natalie Wishart, Ph.D
McLin #204 • (937) 376-6535
Rutgers University/New Jersey Institute of Technology, Environmental Science-Hydrogeophysics, 2008. areas of specialization are environmental hydrogeophysics, hydrogeology, geothermal energy, groundwater and contaminant, fate, and transport modeling, fracture anisotropy characterization, and innovative environmental site remediation.
Ning Zhang, Ph.D.
McLin #203 • (937) 376-6043
Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, West Virginia University, Morgantown, USA, 2012. Trace level contaminants removal from aqueous phase, physical & chemical wastewater treatment technology development, shale gas fracturing flow back water remediation and reuse, advanced surface characterization & analysis, sustainable resource and energy development.
Samuel A. Okunade, Ph.D.
Geomorphology, Kent State University, OH (1986) Urban planning, environmental geology, geomorphology; soils and characterization of soils, physical geology.