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Norine Chang

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.


PARC publications

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Innovative algae dewatering technology

SunGrant Initiative Conference

5 October 2012

Innovative technology for algae dewatering

TechConnect World 2012

18 June 2012

A novel hydrodynamic separation technology for algae dewatering

The 2nd International Conference on Algal Biomass, Biofuels and Bioproducts

13 June 2012

CO2 extraction from seawater using bipolar membrane electrodialysis

Energy & Environmental Science

February 2012


Developments in MEMS scale printable alkaline and Li-ion technology

SPIE DSS - Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications III Conference

25 April 2011


Innovative hydrodynamic clarification as pre-treatment for RO

13th Annual Water Reuse & Desalination Research Conference

18 May 2009


High throughput membrane-less water purification

Singapore International Water Week Conference

23 June 2008

Curved fluidic structures to improve aggregation kinetics in municipal water treatment

AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference 2008

1 January 2008


Antifouling surface treatments for microfluidic applications

American Vacuum Society 53rd International Symposium and Exhibition

14 November 2006