Dr. Tingting Wu



Dr. Tingting Wu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. She received her Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from University of Florida in Dec. 2010. Her doctoral research involved development and evaluation of engineered media that can be utilized to remove dissolved phosphorus in urban waters from both point sources and non-point sources. Prior to joining UAH, Dr. Wu worked as a postdoctoral associate at University of Miami focusing on the development of design principles for low-energy, low-emissions net-zero water buildings of the future. Her research interests include sustainable water/wastewater treatment, water reuse, and stormwater/non-point source pollution control.

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Dr. Tingting Wu's Curriculum Vitae


  • Ph.D., Environmental Engineering, University of Florida, 2010
  • M.Eng., National University of Singapore, 2005
  • B.Eng., Tongji University, China, 2001

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Selected Publications

  • Wu, T. and Englehardt, J. “Peroxone Mineralization of Chemical Oxygen Demand for Direct Potable Water Reuse: Kinetics and Process Control”, Water Research, 73, 362-372, 2015
  • Guo, T., Englehardt J. and Wu, T. “Review of Cost versus Scale: Water and Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Processes”, Water Science and Technology, 69 (2), 223-234, 2014
  • Wu, T. and Sansalone, J. J. “Phosphorus Equilibria II: Comparing Filter Media, Models and Leaching”, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 139 (11), 1325-1335, 2013
  • Wu, T. and Sansalone, J. J. “Phosphorus Equilibria I: Impact of AlOx Media Substrates and Aqueous Matrices”, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 139 (11), 1315-1324, 2013
  • Englehardt J., Wu, T. and Tchobanoglous, G. “Urban Net-Zero Water Treatment and mineralization: Experiments, Modeling and Design”, Water Research, 47 (13), 4680- 4691, 2013
  • Wu, T. and Sansalone, J. J. “Mass Transfer Kinetics of Phosphorus to Filter Media from Wastewater, Storm Water and Surrogate Matrices”, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 139 (1), 1-10, 2013
  • Wu, T. and Englehardt, J. “A New Method for Removal of Hydrogen Peroxide Interference in the Analysis of Chemical Oxygen Demand” Environmental Science & Technology, 46 (4), 2291-2298, 2012
  • Loh, K-C and Wu, T. “Cometabolic Transformation of 2-Chlorophenol and 4-Chlorophenol in the Presence of Phenol by Pseudomonas putida”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 84 (3), 356-367, 2006