Mohammad F. Azizian
Faculty Research Associate
541-737-4492
216L Johnson Hall
105 SW 26th St., Suite 216
Corvallis, OR 97331

Research Interests: 

Dr. Azizian’s research interests include the environmental engineering chemistry with research expertise in the areas of physical-chemical and biological treatment processes as they related to contaminated soils and ground waters. He has been involved in a number of in-situ aquifer characterization technologies focuses on the single-well push-pull method, which consists of the controlled injection of a prepared test solution into a single well followed by the extraction of the test solution/groundwater mixture from the same well. His recent research studies have focused on continuous-flow column studies of reductive dehalogenation of PCE and TCE with bioaugmented cultures. He is expertise in installation, operation, and trouble-shooting of sophisticated analytical equipments including GC/MS, GC, ICP, HPLC, LSC, IC, TOC, & UV/VIS

Biography: 

Ph.D. Environmental Engineering - Oregon State University, 1993

M.S. Organic Chemistry  - University of Tehran, 1983

B.S. Chemistry - University of Tehran, 1978

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10/18/2017 - 11:43