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Associate Professor
- Adjunct
Joseph Jacangelo

Departmental Affiliations

Center & Institute Affiliations

Contact Info


Research Interests

  • Environmental Health Sciences
  • water
  • wastewater
  • reuse
  • treatment
  • membranes
  • ozone
  • disinfection by-products
  • filtration
  • disinfection
Experiences & Accomplishments
Honors & Awards

Golden Spigot Award, American Water Works Association Water Quality and Technology Division, 2007.

MWH President’s Award for Outstanding Technology Application and Innovation, 2007.

MWH President’s Award for Support, Water Knowledge Center, 2003.

Kenward S. Oliphant Memorial Award for Excellence in Engineering. Awarded by Consulting Engineers and Land Surveryors of California for the project “Membrane Filtration for Microbial Removal.” 1996.

AWWA Water Quality Division Best Paper Award for “Low-pressure membrane filtration for removing Giardia and microbial indicators,” 1993 (Journal American Water Works Association 83:9:97, 1991).

MWH Project Manager Award, 1990, 1991.

Delta Omega Certificate of Merit (Public Health Honor Society), 1984.

Long and Widmont Foundation Award (Academic Excellence), 1983.

Select Publications
  • Huang, H. and Jacangelo, J.G. “Pretreatment for low pressure membranes: A review.” Environmental Science and Technology, (in press).

  • Huang, H., Young, T.A., Jacangelo, J.G. “Novel Approach for the Analysis of Bench-Scale, Low Pressure Membrane Fouling in Water Treatment.” Journal Membrane Science (in press).

  • Huang, H., Young, T.A., Jacangelo, J.G. “Chlorine induced permeability recovery for low pressure membrane filtration of natural waters.” Journal Membrane Science 324:50 (2008).

  • Huang, H., Young, T.A., Jacangelo, J.G. “Unified membrane fouling index for low pressure membrane filtration of natural waters: principles and methodology.” Environmental Science and Technology 42:714 (2008).

  • Huang, H., Lee, N., Young, T.A., Amy, G., Lozier, J.C. and Jacangelo, J.G. Natural organic matter fouling of low-pressure, hollow-fiber membranes: Effects of NOM source and hydrodynamic conditions. Water Research 41:3823 (2007).

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