Hanyang University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineening : People : Faculty

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Jaewoo Park
  Environmental Engineering Lab

Professor Park, Jae-Woo has studied on application of science and engineering principles to improve the natural environment (air, water, and/or land resources), to provide healthy water, air, and land for human habitation and other organisms, and to remediate polluted site. His research interests include contaminated soil and groundwater remediation, fate and transport of contaminants in natural systems, and optimization in environmental systems. He has also researched nano-materials for environmental applications and interface between biology and chemistry in solid/water interface. Professor Park has authored many articles in leading academic journals such as ‘Water Research’, ‘Journal of Hazardous Materials’, ‘Thin Solid Films’ and ‘Chemosphere’. He has been awarded KFSTS Best Paper Award, Best Researcher Award, KSEE Best Presentation Award, MEST Award Certificate, ME Award Certificate and KFWSES Academic Research Award. He served as the director of Green Remediation Research Center by Korea Ministry of Environment.

B.S. 1986 Seoul National University
M.S. 1988 Cornell University
M.S. 1992 Princeton University
Ph.D. 1994 Princeton University

1995 – 1997 : University of Hawaii, Assistant Professor
1997 – 1999 : Ewha Womans University Environmental Engineering, Assistant/Associate Professor
1999 - 2002 : Ewha Womans University Graduates School of Science and Technology, Associate Professor
1999 - 2002 : Ewha Womans University International Graduate School, Affiliated Professor
2002 - 2005 : Hanyang University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Associate Professor
2005 - Present : Hanyang University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Professor

Magnetic-cored dendrimers with various functionalized terminals
Modified titanium oxide thin film catalyst
Iron oxide nanotube catalyst
Abiotic/biotic reactions in iron/iron reducing bacteria/reducible compounds (e.g. trichloroethylene)
In-situ reduction of contaminant bioavailability from sediment layers.

Khokhar, N.H, and Park, J.-W, “A simplified sampling procedure for the estimation of methane emission in rice fields”, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (2017. 08)
Kim, K.-J, Park, J.-W, “Stability and Reusability of Amine-Functionalized Magnetic-Cored Dendrimer for Heavy Metal Adsorption”, Journal of Materials Science, 52(2), 843-867 (2017.01)
Jung, J.-J, Jang, J.-W, Park, J.-W “Effect of generation growth on photocatalytic activity of nano TiO2-magnetic cored dendrimers”, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 44, 52-59 (2016.10)
Kim, H.-R, Jang, J.-W, Park, J.-W, “Carboxymethyl chitosan-modified magnetic-cored dendrimer as an amphoteric adsorbent”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 317, 608-616 (2016.06)
Lim, H.-S, Kwon, I.-S, Lee, H.-U, Park, J.-W, “Environmental impact assessment using a GSR tool for a landfarming case in South Korea”, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 188, 1-9 (2016.03)
An, S.-W, Jeong, Y.-C, Cho, H.-H, Park, J.-W, “Adsorption of NH4+ and E.coli onto Mg2+ modified zeolite”, Environmental Earth Sciences, 75, 1-11 (2016.03)