Professor Elodie Passeport's research involves developing analytical tools based on stable isotope to study the behavior of organic chemicals in surface water environments such as rivers and lakes. Her research context spans from contaminated groundwater, wastewaters, industrial and agricultural effluents, to radiological pollution.
Results gained through this research is used by industrial partners to assess risk factors when contaminants enter a site, and to develop comprehensive remediation schemes that can more fully address environmental and health requirements.
Education and Affiliations
2006: MSc, Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Applied Sciences, Toulouse, France
2007: MSc, Continental Environment, AgroParisTech, Paris, France
2010: PhD, Water Sciences, AgroParisTech, Paris, France
Honours & awards
2015 – 2020: Canada Research Chair Tier II in Environmental Engineering and Stable Isotopes
2012: PHYTOPHARMA award, delivered by the French Group on Pesticides.
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