Total mentored projects: 2
Morteza Abbaszadegan is a professor of environmental microbiology and engineering and founding director of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Water & Environmental Technology (WET) Center at Arizona State University. The center provides a platform to address issues as diverse as water quality by capitalizing the strengths of partner organizations. He joined the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment in 1999 after spending more than six years as a microbiology research manager in private industry. He developed three different courses for the program including an Environmental Microbiology course (CEE 467/567) for engineers.