Dr. Rixiang Huang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental and Sustainable Engineering at the University at Albany, State University of New York. Before joining UAlbany, he was a research scientist at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) from 2016 – 2018. Prior to that, he held postdoctoral fellow positions at Georgia Tech and Baylor University.
Dr. Huang's research interests include wastes to resources conversion via material, technology, and process innovations; and cycling of critical elements and contaminants in natural environment.
Biowaste treatment and resource recovery
1. Huang, R.; Zhang B.; Tang Y., Transformations of phosphorus speciation during (hydro)thermal treatments of animal manures. Environ Sci Technol 2018, 52(5), 3016-3026
2. Huang, R.; Zhang B.; Saad E.; Ingall E.; Tang Y., Speciation evolution of zinc and copper during pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization treatments of sewage sludges. Water Research 2018, 132, 260-269
3. Huang, R.; Fang, C.; Lu, X.; Jiang, R.; Tang, Y., Transformation of phosphorus during (hydro)thermal treatments of solid biowastes: reaction mechanisms and implications for P reclamation and recycling. Environ Sci Technol 2017, 51(18), 10284-10298
4. Huang, R.; Tang, Y., Evolution of phosphorus complexation and mineralogy during (hydro)thermal treatments of activated and anaerobically digested sludge: Insights from sequential extraction and P K-edge XANES. Water Research 2016, 100, 439-447.
5. Huang, R.; Tang, Y., Speciation dynamics of phosphorus during (hydro) thermal treatments of sewage sludge. Environ Sci Technol 2015, 49, (24), 14466–14474.
1. Huang, R.; Yi, P.; Tang, Y., Probing the interactions of organic molecules, nanomaterials, and microbes with solid surfaces using quartz crystal microbalances: methodology, advantages, and limitations. Environ Sci Process Impacts 2017, 19, (6), 793-811.
2. Huang, R.; Lau, B., Biomolecule-nanoparticle interactions: Elucidation of the thermodynamics by isothermal titration calorimetry. Biochem Biophys Acta - General Subjects 2016, 1860, (5), 945–956.
3. Huang, R.; Carney, R. P.; Ikuma, K.; Stellacci, F.; Lau, B. L., Effects of Surface Compositional and Structural Heterogeneity on Nanoparticle-Protein Interactions: Different Protein Configurations. ACS nano 2014, 8, (6), 5402–5412.
4. Huang, R.; Carney, R. P.; Stellacci, F.; Lau, B. L., Protein–nanoparticle interactions: the effects of surface compositional and structural heterogeneity are scale dependent. Nanoscale 2013, 5, (15), 6928-6935.
5. Huang, R.; Carney, R. P.; Stellacci, F.; Lau, B. L. T., Colloidal Stability of Self-assembled Monolayer Coated Gold Nanoparticles: the Effects of Surface Compositional and Structural Heterogeneity. Langmuir 2013, 29, (37), 11560–11566.
6. Lau, B. L.; Huang, R.; Madden, A. S., Electrostatic adsorption of hematite nanoparticles on self-assembled monolayer surfaces. J Nanoparticle Res 2013, 15, (8), 1-10.
7. Lin, S.#; Huang, R.#; Cheng, Y.; Liu, J.; Lau, B. L.; Wiesner, M. R., Silver nanoparticle-alginate composite beads for point-of-use drinking water disinfection. Water research 2013, 47, (12), 3959-3965.