Senior Adam Simpson was awarded a 2015 German Academic Exchange Service’s Research Internship in Science and Engineering (DAAD RISE) -Chemical Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Monday, February 1, 2016

Senior Adam Simpson was awarded a 2015 German Academic Exchange Service’s Research Internship in Science and Engineering (DAAD RISE)

Chemical Engineering senior and Jamaican native Adam Simpson was awarded a 2015 German Academic Exchange Service’s Research Internship in Science and Engineering (DAAD RISE) which enabled him to participate in groundbreaking protein engineering research with Prof. Frank Sonnichsen at Christiana Albertina University in Kiel, Germany.   Simpson hopes to use this knowledge in his water research involving a sustainable, low-cost denitrifying process.  The ultimate goal of Simpson’s work is to make the wetlands of Jamaica cleaner and its people safer.

Adam is advised in Chemical Engineering by Professor Katie Whitehead.

See the full article here: http://engineering.cmu.edu/media/feature/2016/01_26_environmental_science.html