Slav W. Hermanowicz

Slav W. Hermanowicz
Environmental Engineering

Biological water and wastewater treatment processes; biofilms and their development; analysis of full-scale treatment reactors; nutrient control; sustainable development

Office 629 Davis Hall
Phone (510) 931-5453
Fax (510) 642-7483

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Professor Hermanowicz teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in water pollution control including a capstone design class and a course on biological processes. His research interests include membrane reactors, biofilm structure and modeling, biological processes in water and wastewater treatment and analysis of full-scale treatment processes. He is also working on metrics of sustainable development with particular applications for engineering decision-making and water reuse. His other research interests include complexity, chaotic dynamics and fractal geometry with applications to engineering, science and business.


Ph.D. - Environmental Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada, 1982
M.Sc. - Environmental Engineering, Warsaw Technical University, Poland, 1978