The 8th Annual Queensland Environmental Engineering Student Awards Night was held on Tuesday 22 October 2007, at the Queensland University of Technology.
The evening showcased thesis projects being undertaken by Queensland undergraduate students studying environmental science, environmental management and environmental engineering within SEQ as follows:
THALIA GUERIN - Queensland University of Technology - B App. Sc. (Microbiology) & Dean’s Scholars Accelerated Honours)
Measurement uncertainty associated with quantitative fungal bioaerosol analysis
TERRENCE JEPPESEN - James Cook University - BE (Env) & Hons-BSc (Che)
Metal Recovery from Reverse Osmosis Concentrate
MICHAEL HUGHES- Griffith University - BE (Environmental Engineering)
An Investigation into Bioretention as a Stormwater Best Management Practice
DAVID ROWLINGS - Queensland University of Technology - PhD
Quantifying greenhouse gas emissions from subtropical agricultural landscapes
KARTIK VENKATRAMAN -Central Queensland University - PhD
Phytocapping of landfills: Role of trees and soil in restricting water infiltration and methane emission
NIMHAN SENARATNE - James Cook University - PhD
The Application of Membrane Bioreactors in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems
See the attached flyer for the full program.
Congratulations to the undergaduate winner Terrence Jeppesen from James Cook University, and the overall winner and sustainability prize winner Kartik Venkatraman from Central Queensland University.
SSEE and WMAA would like to thank our generous sponsors for the evening: