Jeffrey A. Cunningham
Associate Professor

Mailing address:

University of South Florida

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

4202 East Fowler Avenue, ENG 030

Tampa, FL  33620  USA


Office location:

Engineering III (ENC), room 3215


Contact information:

Phone: +1-813-974-9540

Facsimile: +1-813-974-2957



Research interests:

·     Contaminant fate and transport in the (aqueous) environment

·     Physical, chemical, and biological processes for water treatment and water quality control

·     Water resources and water re-use

·     Mass transfer in natural and engineered systems

·     Contaminant behavior in groundwater

·     Remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater

·     Geologic sequestration of carbon dioxide

·     Recovery of resources from “waste” streams (solid waste and waste water)





Courses I Teach

Classes I am teaching this semester, or have taught in the past

Current Research

What projects and topics are my current students conducting and pursuing?

Past Students and Advisees

Former students, their projects, and (maybe) their current whereabouts

Research Publications

updated November 2020

Academic Resume

PDF version of my curriculum vitae

(updated June 2020)

Personal Web Site

Click here for a link to my rather boring personal web site




Professional Memberships

I tend to let my memberships lapse from time to time, but in general I am a member of:

Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP)

American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Geophysical Union (AGU)

American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)

American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

American Water Works Association (AWWA)

National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP)

WateReuse Association



This web site was created 7 January 2005, was last modified November 2020,  and will be under revision until...I retire.

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