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Richard Luthy (Professor)

Richard Luthy (650) 721-2615
Personal bio
Richard G. Luthy is the Silas H. Palmer Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, California. He is the Director of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Re-inventing the Nation?s Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt), a four-university consortium that seeks more sustainable solutions to urban water challenges in the arid west. His area of teaching and research is environmental engineering and water quality with applications to water reuse, stormwater use, and systems-level analysis of our urban water challenges. His research addresses management of persistent organic contaminants and organic contaminants of emerging concern in natural systems that are managed to improve water quality and protect the environment and human health.

Currently teaching
CEE 270: Movement and Fate of Organic Contaminants in Waters (Autumn)
CEE 271A: Physical and Chemical Treatment Processes (Winter)
CEE 279X: Case Studies in Water Supply and Management in California and the West (Spring)
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