Research Assistant Professor
Colorado State University
Dr. Blotevogel is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Colorado State University. He holds a PhD in Environmental Soil Chemistry from CSU and a Diploma in Environmental Engineering from the Technical University Berlin, and has worked three years as consultant for in situ groundwater remediation.
Dr. Blotevogel's research interests revolve around the fate of emerging contaminants, conducting laboratory- and field-scale experiments to elucidate degradation in both natural and engineered systems. He has developed innovative water treatment technologies, theoretical models for contaminant degradation pathways and kinetics, as well as various analytical techniques with focus on high-resolution mass spectrometry. He is currently working on solutions for managing 1,4-dioxane, perfluorinated compounds, pesticides, heavy hydrocarbons, and hydraulic fracturing fluid additives.
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