Amid Khodadoust, PhD
Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies
Civil and Materials Engineering
Building & Room:
842 West Taylor Street, MC 246, Chicago, IL 60607
Environmental separations technologies:
adsorption, solvent extraction, leaching.
Removal of heavy metals and other toxic species from water.
Remediation of contaminated soils and sediments.
Environmental Technologies Laboratory:
Treatment of contaminated soils and sediments
- Babaeivelni, K., Khodadoust, A.P. (2016). “Removal of Arsenic from Water using Manganese (III) Oxide: Adsorption of As(III) and As(V),” Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 51, 277-288.
- Wu, L., Punia, S., Khodadoust, A. P. (2016). “Removal of Chromium, Copper, and Arsenic from Contaminated Water Using Manganese Oxide Based Adsorbents,” Geotechnical Special Publication, Vol. 2016-January, Issue 273 GSP, 62-69.
- Punia, S., Babaeivelni, K., Wu, L., Khodadoust, A. P. (2016). “Removal of Arsenic from Coal Fly Ash Leachate Using Manganese Coated Sand,” Geotechnical Special Publication, Vol. 2016-January, Issue 273 GSP, 2016, 53-61.
- Babaeivelni, K., Khodadoust, A.P., Bogdan, D. (2014). “Adsorption and Removal of Arsenic (V) using Crystalline Manganese (II,III) Oxide: Kinetics, Equilibrium, Effect of pH and Co-Existing Ions”, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 49, 1462-1473.
Ph.D. Environmental Engineering (1997)
University of Cincinnati