NTFL Welcomes Summer Interns

NTFL would like to give a warm welcome to our summer interns. Abhyudaya Adulkar is a rising senior majoring in Chemistry at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Abhyudaya is participating in the Duke ECE Summer REU program working on the Odor modulation project. Brielle Januszewski is a third year student majoring in Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering at Arizona State University. Brielle participating in NSF-REU Grand Challenges (Pratt School of Engineering) program working on ammonia mitigation in wastewater treatment. Riley Luettgen is majoring on Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Riley will be working on the ammonia reduction/ solid processing project. Samuel Phiri is a rising senior majoring in Electrical Engineering at Michigan State University. Samuel is participating in the Duke ECE Summer REU program working on Blackwater disinfection using a Packed Bed Electrochemical Reactor. Lastly, we would like to welcome Amy Lawson, who is a rising high school senior, who will be successively shadowing the summer interns and their respective mentors learning about the various wastewater projects in the NTFL group.