Civil & Environmental Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Office: 123C Porter Hall
Kelvin Gregory, Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Areas of Interest:
Environmental microbiology and biotechnology. Benthic and microbial fuel-cells for remote and decentralized power generation. Environmental biogeochemistry, electrode-based remediation of contaminated subsurfaces. Bacteriology and microbial ecology of engineered systems. Sustainable and appropriate technology in developing communities
Ph.D. 2002, The University of Iowa
- Gregory, K.B. and Lovley, D.R. (2005) “Remediation and Recovery of Uranium from Contaminated Subsurface Environments with Electrodes” Environmental Science and Technology 38(22): 8943-8947.
- Williams, A.G.B., Gregory, K.B., Parkin, G.F. and Scherer, M.M. (2005) “RDX transformation by biologically reduced ferrihydrite: Evolution of Fe mineralogy, surface area, and reaction rates” Environmental Science and Technology 39(14) 5183-5189.
- Gregory, K.B. Bond, D.R. and Lovley, D.R. (2004) “Graphite electrodes as electron donors for anaerobic respiration” Environmental Microbiology 6(6):596-604.
- Gregory, K.B., Larese-Casanova, P.,Parkin, G.F. and Scherer, M.M. (2004) “Abiotic Transformation of Hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine by FeII Bound to Magnetite”. Environmental Science and Technology 38(5): 1408-1414.