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E. Eric Adams

PhD, P.E. - Sr. Research Engineer, MIT


Eric Adams is a Senior Research Engineer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His areas of expertise include physical and mathematical modeling of chemical fate and transport processes, and the design and environmental evaluation of effluent disposal systems, including effluent from wastewater treatment, reject brine from desalination, and sediment from dredging and land reclamation activities. He is a registered Professional Engineer and holds degrees in hydrodynamics from MIT (Ph.D., 1975), in civil engineering from MIT (S.M., 1972) and in engineering from Harvey Mudd College (B.S., 1970).