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.
For more information please visit Elodie's personal website:
|Course Code||Title & Description||Session||Day(s)||Start Time||End||Section|
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|Fall 2021||Tuesday||13:00||15:00||LEC 9101|
You may have heard of the Great Pacific garbage patch, but the majority of plastic waste in the environment is more subtle: tiny particles ranging from the size of a pea to the thickness of a human hair — and even smaller. A team of U of T Engineering researchers — including Professor Elodie Passeport (CivMin, ChemE),… Read more »
Two renewed Canada Research Chairs will catalyze innovations that could reduce the environmental impact of chemical manufacturing and help remediate contaminated sites. Professor Elodie Passeport (CivMin, ChemE) is the Canada Research Chair in Environmental Engineering and Stable Isotopes. Professor Ya-Huei (Cathy) Chin (ChemE) holds the Canada Research Chair in Advanced Catalysis for Sustainable Chemistry. Both have had their research chairs… Read more »
U of T researchers are among those in a large multidisciplinary and multi-institutional project to track Ontario’s microplastics pollution. CivMin Professor Elodie Passeport (jointly appointed with ChemE), along with Profs. Miriam Diamond (Earth Sciences and ChemE.), Maria Dittrich (UTSC) are all co-principal investigators (PI) on a project awarded a grant from the Natural Sciences and… Read more »
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