Noguera Research Group at UW-Madison
Current Research Projects
Light Driven Hydrogen Production; Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (Department of Energy) - 2008-2009.
Networks Impacting Solar-Powered Hydrogen Production; Department of Energy - 2007-2010.
Thermodynamic Modeling of Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) for Environmental Applications; National Science Foundation - 2006-2009.
Characterizing the Components of the Microbial Community Responsible for Nitrification; American Water Works Association Research Foundation - 2008 - 2012
Reducing Struvite Formation Potential in Anaerobic Digesters by Controlled Release of Phosphate from Waste Activated Sludge; Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District - 2008-2009.
Past Research Projects
Development of a Mechanistic Model of Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) based on Equilibrium Thermodynamics; National Science Foundation - 2003-2007.
Identification of Heterotrophic Bacteria that Colonize Chloraminated Drinking Water Distribution Systems; American Water Works Association Research Foundation - 2005 - 2008
Nanoporous Thin Films for Non-Toxic Anti-Fouling Surfaces with Localized Pulsed Electric Field Capability; Office of Naval Research - 2003 - 2008
Pilot Scale Evaluation of Wastewater Treatment to Achieve Very Low Levels of Nitrogen and Phosphorus; Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District - 2006-2007
Investigation of Alternative Sinks of Phosphorus in Cannibal™ Reactors Operated for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal; US Filter/Envirex - 2005-2006
Pilot Scale Evaluation of Alternatives to Improve Nutrient Removal at the Nine Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant; Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District - 2004-2005
Microbial Ecology of Nutrient Removal in Aerated-Anoxic Processes; National Science Foundation - 1999-2003.
Microbial Ecology of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal; National Science Foundation - 2000-2005
Microbial Ecology of the Cannibal Process; US Filter - 2004 - 2005.
Evaluation of Chemical and Microbiological Factors Affecting Nitrification in Chloraminated Drinking Water Distribution Systems (with Greg Harrington); National Science Foundation - 2001-2004.
Anticipating More Stringent Effluent and Biosolids Regulations and Development of Odor Control Strategies for the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District (with Greg Harrington and Marc Anderson); Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District - 2002-2003.
Strategies for the Removal of Excess Phosphorus from Biosolids (with Greg Harrington); Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District - 2000-2001.
Recovery of Valuable Polymers from Activated Sludge; CenCITT-EPA - 1998-2000.
Combination of Mathematical Modeling and Microbiological Tools to Study the Structure and Function of Microbial Biofilms; S.C. Johnson Wax - 1997-2000.
Discrimination between human and non-human fecal contamination in public beaches; Wisconsin Consortium for Water Quality Research & City of Racine - 1998-2000.
Ammonia Release from Monochloramine Decay: Implications for Prevention and Control of Nitrification in Distribution Systems (with Greg Harrington); AWWA Research Foundation - 1997-1999.
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