Lt Col John E. Stubbs

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Lt Col John Stubbs is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering and Science in the Department of Systems Engineering and Management. Lt Col Stubbs' research interests include physical and chemical water treatment processes and environmental sustainability.

Education

BS, Industrial Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1998

MS, Industrial Hygiene, Air Force Institute of Technology, 2010

  • Thesis: Development of a Novel Noise Delivery System for JP-8 Ototoxicity Studies

PhD, Systems Engineering (with environmental engineering systems research focus), Air Force Institute of Technology, 2017

  • Dissertation: Dynamics of Chemical Degradation in Water Using Photocatalytic Reactions in an Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diode Reactor          

Publications

Dyson, Sean, Stubbs, John, Magnuson, Matthew, Mills, Marc. “Removal of Perfluorinated Compounds from Post-Emergency Wastewater by Advanced Oxidation Process and Granular Activated Carbon Adsorption”.  2018 International Decontamination Research and Development Conference, Research Triangle Park, NC, 8-10 May, 2018

Stewart, Brandon, Miller, Michael E., Kempisty, David, Stubbs, John, Harper, Willie.  “Oxidation of Tartrazine with Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diodes: pH and Duty Cycle Effects”. Water Science and Technology, 2018.

Phillips, Rebecca, Magnuson, Matthew, Szabo, Jeff, Hall, John, Mills, Marc, Xing, Yun, Dyson, Sean, Stubbs, John, Kempisty, David. “Being Your Own Worst Enemy: Treatment of Perfluorinated Firefighting Foams with Advanced Oxidation & Adsorption”, CBERNe Convergence Congress and Exhibition, Indianapolis, IN, 2017

Magnuson, Matthew, Szabo, Jeff, Hall, John, Phillips, Rebecca, Harper, Willie, Stubbs, John. “The Science Behind the Scene: Overview of Research to Support CBRN Incident Response & Recovery at EPA National Homeland Security Research Center and US Air Force Institute of Technology”, CBERNe Convergence Congress and Exhibition, Indianapolis, IN, 2017

Russell, Morgan M., Stubbs, John E., Kempisty, David M., “Water treatment system with ultraviolet LEDs and photo-catalysts”. Patent pending, filed February 2018.

Stubbs, John E. “The Use of Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diodes in a Net Zero Water Treatment System (podium presentation)”. 46th Annual Water Management Association of Ohio (WMAO) Conference and Symposium, Columbus, OH, 2017.

Stubbs, John E. “Light Emitting Diodes May Power the Future of Water Treatment”. Air Force Civil Engineer Magazine, Vol 25, No 2, Summer 2017.

Stubbs, John E. “Water Treatment Research: Using Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diodes in an Advanced Oxidation Process to Degrade Water Contaminants (presentation)”. 25th Annual Joint Safety and Environmental Professional Development Symposium, 2017.

Stubbs, John E. “Dynamics of Chemical Degradation in Water Using Photocatalytic Reactions in an Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diode Reactor (podium presentation)”. Wright State University Graduate Student Assembly Research Symposium, Fairborn, OH, 2017.

Stubbs, John E., Slagley, Jeremy M., and James E. Reboulet.  “A noise delivery system for multi-animal, multi-level, whole body ototoxicity studies”. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2015.

Mattie, DR, Fechter, LD, Fisher, JW, Stubbs, JE, Guthrie, OW. “Effects of noise exposure in combination with exposures to JP-8 jet fuel”. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2015.

Fechter LD, Fisher JW, Chapman GD, Mokashi VP, Ortiz PA, Reboulet JE, Stubbs JE, Lear AM, McInturf SM, Prues SL, Gearhart CA, Fulton S, Mattie DR. “Subchronic JP-8 jet fuel exposure enhances vulnerability to noise-induced hearing loss in rats”. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health A, 2012.

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