Prof. Van De Ven's mailbox is located in room 3432 C.J. Mackenzie Building, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6 Canada
Dr. Van De Ven’s research focuses on quantifying, monitoring, and reducing the impacts of human activity on the shallow subsurface environment as a result of energy development and storage, industrial processes, waste storage, and climate change. These impacts include the release of greenhouse gases, groundwater contamination, and the reduction of soil quality. His work quantifies physical, chemical, and biological processes in the subsurface to enhance monitoring efforts, quantify risk, and develop mitigation strategies. Dr. Van De Ven’s research uses high-resolution experimentation at a variety of scales (cm- to field-scale), coupled with advanced analytical techniques and numerical modeling. Research interests include:
To learn more, please visit the Van De Ven Research Group website.
Dr. Van De Ven is looking for enthusiastic students to be a part of this impactful research. To learn about the opportunities available, visit the “Join the team” page and email Dr. Van De Ven (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss these research opportunities. Please include a cover letter outlining interests and your CV.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
1125 Colonel By Drive
CEEINFO@CUNET.CARLETON.CAPhone: 613-520-2600 EXT. 5784Fax: 613-520-3951