Advancing science with world-leading scientific advisers in soil and groundwater remediation 

William W. Little, Ph.D.

Dr. Little has nearly thirty years experience teaching university and professional courses in sedimentary geology, geological mapping, geomorphology, and technical writing as a Professor of Geology at Brigham Young University – Idaho and the University of Missouri – Rolla.  At BYU-Idaho, he was the principal sedimentary geologist and developed and directed the geology department’s field camp program, then served as its director for fifteen years.  He received a doctorate in geology from the University of Colorado-Boulder and M.S. and B.S. degrees in geology from Brigham Young University.  He also worked for six years as a bedrock and surficial materials mapping geologist for the Missouri Geological Survey, finishing as Director for the Surficial Materials Mapping Program.

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Jeffrey H. Harwell, Ph.D.

Professor of Emeritus, Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering
Research Interests: ranges from applied areas such as enhanced oil recovery (chemical flooding), environmental remediation (in situ ground water remediation) or consumer products, to basic areas such as microemulsion theory and surfactant precipitation, which support the large number of industries that utilize surfactants.

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Bor-Jier (Benjamin) Shiau, Ph.D., P.E.

Associate Professor & Mewbourne Chair in Petroluem Engineering, University of Oklahoma
Research Interests: Enhanced oil recovery, Chemical flooding, Surfactant and colloid science for petroleum production.

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