(Group picture 2018 spring. From left to right: Weishi Wang, Shiliang Zhao, Rixiang Huang, Nadia Szeinbaum, Haesung Jung, Pan Liu, Yuanzhi Tang, Biao Wan)
Welcome to the environmental mineralogy and biogeochemistry group at Georgia Tech!
Our research interests address the complex interworking between human activities and the natural environment by exploring the chemical reactions occurring at the microbe-mineral-water interface. By combining laboratory-based analytical techniques with synchrotron-based X-ray techniques, our research aims to obtain a fundamental understanding of the fate, transport, and bioavailability of metal/radionuclide contaminants and nanoparticles, as well as the biogeochemical cycling of important nutrients in complex environmental settings.
Our lab door is always open to self-motivated minds that are enthusiastic about exploring the interactions between metals, microbes, and minerals in the environment. Please contact Prof. Tang if you are interested in conducting cutting-edge research in environmental science.