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Michael A. Urynowicz, P.E. , Ph.D.

Director

Center for Biogenic Natural Gas Research

Professor

Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering

University of Wyoming

1000 E. University Avenue, Dept. 3295

Laramie, WY 82071

Toll Free: 1 307 766-4398

Fax: 1 307 766-2221

Email: murynowi@uwyo.edu

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Michael A. Urynowicz, P.E., Ph.D.

TEACHING: COURSES TAUGHT

Graduate Courses

ENVE 5430. Environmental Engineering Chemistry. 3. Focus includes inorganic, organic, physical, equilibrium, biochemistry, colloidal, and nuclear chemistry with an emphasis on the problems/solutions encountered by environmental and civil engineers. Prerequisite: CE 3400.

CE 5435. Environmental Transport Processes. 3. Designed for graduate students and engineering seniors interested in the principles of mass transport and their application to environmental systems. Deals with the hydrodynamics of mixing and transport, as well as the interaction of mixing and various reaction rate processes. Applications include water and wastewater treatment, groundwater pollution, and transport and mixing in rivers, lakes and reservoirs. Prerequisite: MATH 2310 and ES 2330.

ENVE 5885. Problems. 1-3 (Max. 6). Special course designed to make possible individual investigation of problems of environmental engineering selected to fit student's educational research needs. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. ENVE 5895. Environmental Engineering Seminar. 1-3 (Max. 3). Departmental seminar on current research with formal training for professional and scholarly presentation of research/technical papers. Prerequisites: consent of instructor, graduate standing.

Undergraduate Courses

CE 3400. Introduction to Environmental Engineering. 3. An introduction to the major topics in environmental engineering. Focus areas include water supply, wastewater treatment, air pollution control and solid and hazardous waste management. Quantitative aspects and engineering solutions to problems are emphasized. Prerequisites: MATH 2205 and CHEM 1020 or equivalent.

CE 4430 Green Chemistry and Global Environmental Problems. 3. Green Chemistry and Global Environmental Problems focuses on green chemistry and the chemical processes and properties underlying current environmental issues such as climate change, pollution, biofuels, sustainability, etc. The course is designed to help students understand how chemistry can be used to address fundamental environmental problems in soil, water, and air

CE 4441. Solid Waste Engineering. 3. Municipal solid waste characteristics and quantities, collection, landfills, processing of municipal solid waste, materials separation, combustion and energy recovery, and biochemical processes with an emphasis on materials flow. Integrated solid waste management principles are also discussed. Prerequisite: CE 3400.

 

Contact Us

Michael A. Urynowicz, P.E. , Ph.D.

Director

Center for Biogenic Natural Gas Research

Professor

Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering

University of Wyoming

1000 E. University Avenue, Dept. 3295

Laramie, WY 82071

Toll Free: 1 307 766-4398

Fax: 1 307 766-2221

Email: murynowi@uwyo.edu

Find us on LinkedIn (Link opens a new window)

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