It is so exciting to be a part of Georgia Engineering today! The new College of Engineering was officially launched on July 1, 2012. Our inaugural Dean is Dr. Dale Threadgill, who has written an inspirational welcome to the College…. Read moreThe UGA College of Engineering is Launched
On Friday, June 1, we hosted about 45 students (grades 9-11) from Coretta Scott King Academy. The students toured several engineering laboratories, including ours. They heard all about environmental engineering and urban systems. They got see microbial fuel cells and… Read moreCoretta Scott King Academy Visit
Krishna successfully defended his masters thesis entitled: Continuous Power Genreation and Treatment of Landfill Leachate using Microbial Fuel Cells and completed all the requirements for graduation. He is the first student to graduate from the Jambeck Research Group at UGA… Read moreKrishna Graduated!
Click Here to View our Entry and Vote! Our newest app, another collaboration with Dr. Kyle Johnsen and his research group, WeRecycle, is here! UGA Press Release. WeRecycle is a platform to facilitate communication about waste between citizens and and… Read moreWeRecycle is here – vote on US EPA Apps for the Environment!
Hi, I am Krishna, currently working for Dr. Jenna Jambeck at the Driftmier Engineering Center and pursuing my Masters in Environmental Engineering at the University of Georgia. I graduated with my Bachelors degree in Biotechnology from Anna University, Chennai, India… Read moreGrad Student Spotlight – Krishna
The app, Marine Debris Tracker, co-developed with Kyle Johnsen (also in UGA FOE) has been released through the Southeast Atlantic Marine Debris Initiative (SEA-MDI). The app, funded by the NOAA Marine Debris Division, allows you to track and log marine… Read moreMarine Debris Tracker
Classes have been going (with a slight and rare snow delay) since January 10 at UGA. The Jambeck Research Group is off to an exciting start to the semester. We are working on kicking off the SEA-MDI project further with… Read moreSpring 2011 Semester is here!
This new website allows me to easily update the site and blog – all in the same location. Previous blog posts have been imported, but the old blog can also be found here: http://www.jambeck.blogspot.com/ Share it.
Many volunteers will be cleaning up debris for the International Coastal Cleanup September 25. I am creating a database of the “average” weight of various debris items, so I need your debris! If you are willing to send marine debris… Read moreSend us your Marine Debris!
My colleague Kyle Johnsen and I developed a tool for research and teaching to Geotag data. It is a skeleton for a marine debris mobile application I will be putting out this fall as a part of a NOAA grant,… Read moreGeo-Log