Norine Chang applies expertise in surface engineering and analytical chemistry to a variety of cleantech areas -- including water purification applications.
Norine began her career at PARC working on a biodefense-related government contract before branching into industrial printing and other areas. She has presented her work at American Vacuum Society and Materials Research Society conferences, and has co-authored over 20 publications.
Norine earned her M.S. and B.S. degrees in Materials Science and Engineering from Stanford University.
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INNOVATIVE ALGAE DEWATERING TECHNOLOGY
29 July 2014
Reducing Energy Footprint of a Waste Water Treatment Plant by Increasing Harvesting Efficiency of Solids following Primary Clarification
15 June 2014 | National Harbor, MD