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The Environmental and Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory (EBEL) is an environmental science and engineering laboratory with a focus on biological interactions and the use of microorganisms in both natural and engineered systems. EBEL is an active research group managed by Prof. Kela Weber based out of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the picturesque Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston ON (http://www.rmc.ca/index-eng.php).

 

Prof. Kela Weber 

 

EBEL is involved in a wide variety of research projects at both the fundamental (lab scale) and applied (field scale) level. EBEL research endeavours can be categorized into 4 major themes:

1) Water Treatment

2) Environmental Protection

3) Environmental Remediation

4) Fundamental Science Exploration

 

Prof. Kela Weber

Academia

BASc. - Environmental Engineering (University of Waterloo, 2004)

MASc. - Chemical Engineering (Bio group) (University of Waterloo, 2006)

PhD - Chemical Engineering (Bio group) (University of Waterloo, 2009)

Postdoctoral Fellowship - Centre for Control of Emerging Contaminants (Waterloo, 2009)

Postdoctoral Fellowship - Research for Subsurface Transport and Remediation (RESTORE) group (University of Western Ontario, 2010).

 

Industry

Vice President (Engineering) (PENG) - Elementary Solutions Group Inc. (2010 - present)

Engineer in training - XCG Consulting Ltd. (2004)

Engineer in training - Shell Canada Ltd. (2003)

Engineer in training - Barrday Inc. (2002)

Engineer in training - Imperial Oil Ltd. (2000)