Jonathan A. Brant


Jonathan Brantis a licensed professional engineer (environmental engineering) and is an associate professor in the department of civil and architectural engineering at the University of Wyoming (UW) at UW, he also serves as the director of the Center of Excellence in Produced Water Management (CEPWM). He obtained his B.S. in civil engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and his master’s and doctoral degrees in civil engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno. He has published many articles in internationally acclaimed journals. He received many awards for his outstanding work engineering. He was an active member in many international research committees.

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His research focuses on the development of physicochemical separation processes for water and wastewater applications. Specific research areas include desalination and solids separation using membrane processes, development of nanocomposite membranes for desalination applications, and distillation technologies for high-salinity brines. These efforts are targeted towards resource recovery from, and reuse of brines like oil and gas produced waters and RO concentrate.

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