Dr. Kilduff's research interests include application of membrane and adsorption separation processes to potable water production, industrial wastewater treatment, and pollutant transport in the environment. His research projects involve:
* Using membrane separation processes to
* Modifying membrane surface chemistry via grafting and coating to provide specific function and to control fouling
* Develop models as an approach to better understand and control fouling
* Develop models to describe and predict the performance of membrane adsorbers
BS, University of Connecticut, Storrs 1983
MS, University of Connecticut, Storrs 1987
Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1995
Postdoctoral Scholar, 1995-1996, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley.
Water Quality, Membrane Processes
The following is a selection of recent publications in Scopus. Chip Kilduff has 77 indexed publications in the subjects of Environmental Science, Chemical Engineering, Engineering.