Andrew is a research scientist in the Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). There, his group studies mechanisms of ion separation and recovery with a specific interest in addressing separation problems that affect water and critical materials security. He is a member of the National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI) desalination hub centered at LBNL, and a member of the Lithium Resource Research and Innovation Center (LiRRIC), an interdisciplinary research hub at LBNL focused on addressing lithium related research. Previously, Andrew was a Rosenfeld Postdoctoral Fellow at LBNL/UC Berkeley and earned his PhD in chemistry from the University of Louisville.
Spot: Team Workforce Development - August 18th 2021
For contributions to the Lab's Workforce Development & Education programs in Spring and/or Summer of 2021, and for supporting research experiences for undergraduates, teachers, and faculty collaborators.
People's Choice Award: SAFR: Scalable and Affordable Fluoride Removal - November 03rd 2017
On Friday, Nov. 3, Berkeley Lab researcher-entrepreneurs made their business cases in front of an expert panel at LBNL's Inaugural Pitch Competition, hosted by Berkeley Lab's Innovation and Partnerships Office.
ETA Postdoc, Andrew Haddad, won the People's Choice Award: SAFR: Scalable and Affordable Fluoride Removal.