Jeff Nason’s research interests and expertise are in the area of water quality and treatment, with specific focus on particulate contaminants, physical and chemical processes, and aquatic chemistry. Recent work has focused on the fate and transport of engineered nanomaterials and micro/nanoplastics in aquatic systems and the role of natural organic matter in controlling the chemical speciation and treatment of heavy metals in stormwater and wastewater. He is also engaged in engineering education research, with ongoing projects investigating the affordances and constraints of virtual laboratories relative to their physical counterparts.
Ph.D. Civil Engineering - University of Texas, 2006
M.S. Environmental Engineering - Cornell University, 2002
B.S. Chemical Engineering - Cornell University, 1997