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University of Central Florida
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Orlando, Florida 32816-2450

Phone: (407) 823-2841

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Dr. Andrew Randall

Associate Professor

Room: Engr II 409
Phone: (407) 823-6429
E-mail: Andrew.Randall@ucf.edu

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Civil (Environmental) Engineering,
Auburn University, 1993.
M.S. Civil (Environmental) Engineering,
Virginia Tech, 1987.
B.S.C.E. Civil Engineering,
Virginia Tech, 1984.

RESEARCH AREAS OF SPECIALTY

Bacterial Regrowth in Water Distribution Systems : Member of UCF Membrane Treatment Focus Group

Advanced Wastewater Treatment (Biological Nutrient Removal; EBPR/Polyhydroxyalkanoate Biosynthesis)

Bioremediation (chlorinated solvents)

Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries

Industrial Pretreatment (trickling filter, TF/AS systems)

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Externally Funded Research During Appointment At UCF (italics describe review process):

FUNDING HISTORY IN DRINKING WATER BIOFILMS AND MICROBIAL WATER QUALITY

  • Control of Distribution System Water Quality Control in a Changing Water Quality Environment Using Inhibitors, Dr. J.S. Taylor, PI, Co-PIs: Dr. J.S. Dietz, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, American Water Works Association Research Foundation with Tampa Bay Water Authority (Tailored Collaboration), 8/10/2004 to 8/10/2006, $1,100,000.00 + $518,548.00 matching for a total of $1,618,548.00 UCF Account No. 16-20-8045. Full peer/panel review of proposal for funding by AWWARF; review by governing board for TBW authority and member governments.
  • Biofilm Measurements in the Pinellas County Drinking Water Distribution System, Dr. J.S. Taylor, PI, Co-PI: Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Pinellas County Utilities, 6/8/2003 to 8/23/2003, $23,000, UCF Account No. 16-20-810. Non-competitive letter contract.
  • Required Treatment and Water Quality Criteria for Distribution System Blending of Treated Surface, Ground and Saline Sources, Dr. J.S. Taylor, PI, Co-PIs: Dr. SK Hong, Dr. J.S. Dietz, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, American Water Works Association Research Foundation with Tampa Bay Water Authority (Tailored Collaboration), 8/10/2000 to 12/15/2003, $2,560,181.00 + $418,494.00 matching for a total of $2,978,675. UCF Account No. 16-21-845. Full peer/panel review of proposal for funding by AWWARF; review by governing board for TBW authority and member governments.
  • Investigation of Biological Growth in a Diffusion Controlled Membrane System, Dr. J.S. Taylor, PI, Co-PIs : Dr. S.K. Hong, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Dr. S. Naser, Pepsi Co., Phase 1 : January 1 to July 31, 1998, $50,000 + $ 6610 matching for a total of $56,610. UCF Account No. 16-21-826. Scope reviewed internally by company for funding.
  • Collaboration on ‘Case Studies of the Impacts of Treatment Changes in Full-Scale Distribution SystemsÖ (American Water Works Association Research Foundation RFP 361), Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Sole PI for UCF, collaboration with American Water Works Services Company (Dr. Mark LeChevallier, PI), Lyonnaise des Eaux (Dr. Yves Levi, PI) and Montgomery Watson, Inc., which coordinated the grant (Dr. Issam Najm, PI), Jan 1, 1997 to Jan 1, 2000, $102,997 + $ 21,000 matching for a total of $ 123,997 (this is UCFs portion of the funding only). UCF Account No. 16-21-815. Full peer/panel review of proposal by AWWARF for funding.

FUNDING HISTORY IN BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL

  • Wastewater and BNR Process Data for the South Central WWTF of Brevard County, Dr. Andrew Randall sole PI, In-Pipe Technologies Company, LLC, March 5, 2004 to May 1, 2006, $114,390, UCF Project 162-00-301 Fund # 10071. Account no. 604001. Non-competitive letter contract through Finance & Accounting ñ Educational Business.
  • Design Basis for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus and Nitrogen Removal Wastewater Treatment Systems, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Sole PI, National Science Foundation Award #961644, August 1, 1997 to July 31, 2000, $209,367 + $ 9167 matching for a total of $218,534. UCF Account No. 16-20-403. Full peer/panel review of proposal for funding.One Year Renewal of NSF Grant Award #9616144 ‘Design Basis for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus and Nitrogen Removal Wastewater Treatment Systems’, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Sole PI, National Science Foundation, Sept 12, 2000 to July 31, 2003, $70,393 + $ 15,033 matching for a total of $93,336. UCF Account No. 16-20-403. Full peer/panel review of proposal for funding.Supplemental funding for pH control equipment for NSF Grant Award #9616144 ‘Design Basis for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus and Nitrogen Removal Wastewater Treatment Systems’, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Sole PI, National Science Foundation, July 12, 2001, $9,495. UCF Account No. 16-20-403. Internal NSF review by NSF program manager for funding.

FUNDING HISTORY IN BIOREMEDIATION OF GROUNDWATER AND SOIL

  • The Interaction of Microbial Activity and Zero Valent Iron Permeable Barrier Technology, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, PI, Co-PIs: Dr. D. Reinhart, Dr. M. Chopra, Gulf Coast Hazardous Substances Research Center, Sept 1, 1997 to August 31, 1998, $51,738 + $14,921 matching for a total of $66,659. UCF Account No. 16-21-828. Full peer/panel review for funding.The Interaction of Microbial Activity and Zero Valent Iron Permeable Barrier Technology, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, PI, Co-PIs: Dr. D. Reinhart, Dr. M. Chopra, Gulf Coast Hazardous Substances Research Center, Sept 1, 1998 to August 31, 1999, $48,972 + $15,318 matching for a total of $64,290. UCF Account No. 16-21-831Full peer/panel review of continuation proposal for continuation funding.The Interaction of Microbial Activity and Zero Valent Iron Permeable Barrier Technology, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, PI, Co-PIs: Dr. D. Reinhart, Dr. M. Chopra, Gulf Coast Hazardous Substances Research Center, Sept 1, 1999 to August 31, 2000, $50,902 + $15,649 matching for a total of $66,551. UCF Account No. 16-21-838Full peer/panel review of continuation proposal for continuation funding.
  • Sequential Environments For Enhanced Bioremediation Of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Sole PI, Gulf Coast Hazardous Substances Research Center, June 1, 1995 to May 31, 1996, $43,715 + $10,988 matching for a total of $54,703. UCF Account No. 16-21-803. Full peer/panel review for funding.Sequential Environments For Enhanced Bioremediation Of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons (year two continuation), Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Sole PI, Gulf Coast Hazardous Substances Research Center, Sept 1, 1996 to August 31, 1997, $44,335 + $11,138 matching for a total of $55,473. UCF Account No. 16-21-816. Full peer/panel review of continuation proposal for continuation funding.Sequential Environments For Enhanced Bioremediation Of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons (year three continuation), Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Sole PI, Gulf Coast Hazardous Substances Research Center, Sept 1, 1997 to August 31, 1998, $49,893 + $12,594 matching for a total of $62,487. UCF Account No. 16-21-827. Full peer/panel review of continuation proposal for continuation funding.

OTHER FUNDING HISTORY

  • Ferrate Treatment System Full-Scale Controlled Test, Dr. D. Reinhart, PI, Dr. A.A. Randall, Co-PI, Dr. Linda Walters, Co-PI, Subcontract with Ferrate Treatment Technologies, LLC, via NOAA funding, Nov 3, 2006 to Nov 2, 2007. $119,906 + $30,256 internal match for a total of $150,262UCF Account No. TBD. National competition with peer review.
  • Laboratory-Scale Investigation of Ballast Water Treatment Using Ferrate, Dr. D. Reinhart, PI, Dr. A.A. Randall, Co-PI, Dr. Linda Walters, Co-PI, Subcontract with Ferrate Treatment Technologies, LLC, via NOAA funding, Aug 30, 2004 to Aug 30, 2005. $144,349 + $34,837 internal match for a total of $179,186UCF Account No. 16-20-8040. National competition with peer review.
  • Optimization of Ferrate Use for Municipal and Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment, Dr. D. Reinhart, PI, Dr. A.A. Randall Co-PI, Florida High Tech Corridor Phase IX Industry Matching Research Program, May 4, 2004 to Nov 4, 2005. $45,000 $45,000 industrial match (hard cash) for a total of $90,000. UCF Account No. 16-20-8-029 Regional competition with peer review.
  • Commercializing Ferrate (Iron VI) for Use in Municipal and Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment, Dr. D. Reinhart, PI, Dr. A.A. Randall Co-PI, Ferrate Treatment Technologies, LLC, Jan 9, 2003 to Jan 9, 2006. $128,500. UCF Account No. 16-20-8-029. Industrial Funding.
  • Mosquito Lagoon Stormwater and Ground Water Management Project, Phase 1: Laboratory and Pilot Study of Settling Enhancers, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, Sole PI, Cetacean Logic Foundation, Sept 18, 1995 to Dec. 31, 1996, $27,812 + $6,513 matching for a total of $34,325. UCF Account No. 16-21-806. Funding by arrangement with head of foundation.

INTERNAL FUNDING DURING APPOINTMENT AT UCF (Except travel grants):

  • Lab Equipment in Support of the Drinking Water Membrane Focus Group and Environmental Biotechnology Research at UCF, Dr. Andrew A. Randall, PI, Co-PIs: Saleh Naser (Molecular & Microbiology), Jim Taylor, SK Hong, Presidential Initiative to Fund Major Research Equipment, $16,708 award + $2,000 departmental/college matching = award of $18,708 (plus $18,500 from grants already funded for purchase of $37,208 of equipment).

PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

  • Associate Professor of Engineering: March, 1999 to present. Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida.
  • Assistant Professor of Engineering: May, 1994 to March, 1999. Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida.
  • Ph.D. Student: 1990 to 1993. Civil Engineering Department, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama.
  • Research Associate: 1987 to 1990. Project Manager for Full Scale Biological Nutrient Removal Retrofits and Industrial Wastewater Treatment Pilot Studies. Civil Engineering Department, Environmental Engineering Section, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia.
  • M.S. Student: 1985 to 1987. Civil Engineering Department, Environmental Engineering Section, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. Including an internship on non-point and point source technologies for nutrient (nitrogen and phosphorus) removal.
  • Sanitary Works Engineer: 1985. Attached to the “Ecuadorian Institute for Sanitary Works” (i.e. small village potable water systems) through the United States Peace Corps, Latacunga, Ecuador.

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
ENGINEERING INSTITUTE

The Environmental Systems Engineering Institute is the drinking water treatment research facility that is affiliated with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Central Florida.  ESEI specializes in the study of drinking water treatment using membrane filtration techniques, including reverse-osmosis, nanofiltration, and microfiltration.  ESEI also is involved in the study of  coagulation and flocculation techniques. 

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AWARDS

  • UCF CEE Department Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, Jan, 2007
  • Journal of Environmental Engineer’s (ASCE) Editor Award for Service, Oct, 2004
  • “Outstanding Young Alumni Award” from the Via Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Virginia Tech, May, 2002
  • UCF College of Engineering Research Award (Associate Professor), Feb, 2000
  • UCF CEE Department Distinguished Researcher, Feb, 1998
  • UCF INTAC International Travel Grant, June, 1997
  • Excellence in Faculty Advising, College of Engineering at UCF, Feb, 1997
  • Department of Education GAANN Fellowship 1991-93
  • Awarded Fulbright Grant, 1987
  • PSAT/NMSQ National Merit Semi-Finalist, 1979
  • All Regional Cross Country, Indoor Track, and Outdoor Track, State of Virginia AA, 1979-1980
  • Eagle Scout, 1977

FOR STUDENTS SUPERVISED DURING APPOINTMENT AT UCF

  • Third Place, AWWA Annual Conference 2003 Poster Symposium, June, 2003
  • First Place Awards of Excellence, WEFTEC 2002 Poster Symposium, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2002
  • Appointment as tenure track faculty, I. Escobar, University of Toledo, Ph.D. level Chemical & Environmental Engineering program, Toledo, Ohio, July, 2000 – present.
  • EPA STAR Fellowship, I. Escobar, October, 1997 to present (3 year fellowship).
  • Best Student Paper, Stormwater, I. Escobar, Florida Water Resources Conference, Orlando, Fla, April 20-23, 1997.
  • Best Student Paper, Wastewater, M. Sullivan, Florida Water Resources Conference, Ft. Myers, Fla, May 5-8, 1996.

OTHER AWARDS

  • “Outstanding Technical Achievement”, Florida Engineering Society, Ridge Chapter, for pilot study design, operation, and analysis with Envisors, Inc. for the City of Lakeland, Florida, February, 2003

PROCEEDINGS AND PRESENTATIONS DURING APPOINTMENT AT UCF

  • Randall, A. A., Chen, Y. (in press) Biomass Capacity for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal As A Function of VFA Cultivation, WEF/IWA Nutrient Removal, The State of the Art, Specialty Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, March 4-7, 2007.
  • Vaidya, R, McNevin, D, Taylor, JS, Dietz, JD, Randall, AA (2006) Correlation of Fe, Pb and Cu Corrosion with Electro Noise Parameters, Water Quality Technology Conference, Denver, Nov, 2006.
  • Bingjie, Z., Randall, A.A., Dietz, J.D., Taylor, J.S. (2006) Quantification of Drinking Water Biostability: Method Precision for Heterotrophic Plate Count, Water Quality Technology Conference, Denver, Nov, 2006.
  • Randall, A.A., Malekjahani, S. (2006) Effect Of Ph On Carbon And Phosphorus Transformations In Biological Phosphorus Removal With High Propionate And Acetate Wastewater, Proceedings of the 79th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), Dallas, Texas, Oct 21-25, 2006 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Williamson, Jr., D.R., Dickerson, J.R. (2006) Biologically Engineered Biofilm Modifications For The Enhancement Of Collection System Transformations And Impacts On BNR Wastewater Treatment, Proceedings of the 79th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), Dallas, Texas, Oct 21-25, 2006 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Jessen, A., Randall, A., Reinhart, D., Daly, L. (2006) Effectiveness And Kinetics Of Ferrate As A Disinfectant For Ballast Water, Proceedings of the 79th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), Dallas, Texas, Oct 21-25, 2006 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Chen, Y (2006) Biomass Capacity for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal as a Function of VFA Cultivation, 106th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, Orlando, Florida, May 21-25, 2006 (poster presentation, abstract in proceedings).
  • Jessen, A., Randall, A.A., Reinhart, D., Daly, L. (2006) Effectiveness and Kinetics of Ferrate as a Disinfectant for Ballast Water, 14th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, May 14 to 19, 2006, Key Biscayne, Florida. Oral presentation, abstract only proceedings.
  • Jessen, A., Randall, A.A., Reinhart, D., Daly, L. (2005) Effectiveness and Kinetics of Ferrate as a Disinfectant for Ballast Water, Proceedings of the 2005 FS/AWWA Annual Conference, oral presentation, Orlando, Florida, November 27-Dec 1, 2006 (CD-ROM).
  • Taylor, J., Dietz, J., Randall, A., Hong, S. (2004) Impact of RO-Desalted Water on Distribution Water Qualities, Proceedings of the IWA International Specialized Conference on Water Environment ñ Membrane Technology, Seoul, Korea, June 7-10, 2004.
  • Hong, S., Hyun, S., Randall, A.A., Kim, E.D., Ahn, W., Yim, S., Kim, G., Slifko, T., Scheneeberger, C., Robles, L. (2004) Treatment of Secondary Municipal Wastewater by Submerged Hollow Fiber MF Membranes for Water Reuse: Microbial Rejections and Biofouling, IWA International Specialized Conference on Water Environment-Membrane Technology, Seoul, Korea, June 7-10. (podium presentation; proceeding paper).
  • Liu, Suibing, Michael Le Puil, A. A. Randall, James S. Taylor. (2004) HPC Proliferation in Chloraminated Distribution System. Florida Water Resources Conference, 2004, Kissimmee, FL.
  • Liu, Suibing, James S. Taylor, A. A. Randall, Dietz, J.J. (2004) Nitrification Modeling in Chloraminated Distribution Systems, Proceedings of the American Water Works Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Orlando, Florida, June 13-17, 2004.
  • Liu, Suibing, Y. Chang, Michael Le Puil, James S. Taylor, A. A. Randall (2003) Resistance and Diffusion Modeling of RO Productivity and Water, Proceedings of the 2003 Membrane Technology Conference, AWWA, March, 2003, Atlanta, GA.
  • Le Puil, M., Chang, Y.C., Randall, A.A., Owen, C., Taylor, J.S. (2003) Biostability of membrane-treated finished waters in distribution system: study at pilot-scale, Proceedings of the 2003 FS/AWWA Annual Conference, oral presentation, Orlando, Florida, November 16-20, 2003 (CD-ROM). Eremektar, G.,
  • Randall, A.A., Mc Cue, T. (2003) Advantages of Prefermentation in BNR Systems’, Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Environmental Pollution and Its Impact on the Life in the Mediterranean Region, poster presentation, Antalya, Turkey, October 4th to 8th , 2003.
  • Eremektar, G. Randall, A.A., McCue, T. (2003) Effect Of Prefermentation On Inert Cod Fractions In BNR Systems, Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Environmental Pollution and its Impact on Life in the Mediterranean Region, poster presentation, Antalya, Turkey, October 4th to 8th, 2003.
  • Magro, D., Elias, S., Randall, A.A. (2003) Effects of Reduced RAS Flows and Volume on Anaerobic Zone Performance for a Septic Wastewater Biological Phosphorus Removal System, Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 76th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2003, oral presentation, Oct, 2003 Los Angeles, Ca, USA (CD-Rom).
  • McCue, T., Vassiliev, I., Eremekdar, G., Randall, A.A. (2003) Improved P Removal of COD Limited, Septic, Wastewater via Prefermentation, Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 76th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2003, poster presentation, paper in proceedings, Oct, 2003 Los Angeles, Ca, USA (CD-Rom).
  • Le Puil, M., Chang, Y.C., Randall, A.A., Taylor, J.S. (2003) Effect of Distribution System Materials and Water Quality on HPC and Biofilm Proliferation, Proceedings of the AWWA 2003 Annual Conference and Exposition, podium presentation, June 15-19, 2003, Anaheim, California (podium presentation).
  • Taylor, J.S., Dietz, J.J., Hong, S.K., Randall, A.A., Owen, C. (2003) Required Treatment and Water Quality Criteria for Distribution System Blending of Treated Surface, Ground and Saline Sources, Proceedings of the AWWA 2003 Annual Conference and Exposition, podium presentation, June 15-19, 2003, Anaheim, California (podium presentation).
  • Randall, A.A., Chen, Y., McCue, T. (2003) The Impact of Propionic Acid on Biological Nutrient Removal in Typical Septic Florida Domestic Wastewaters, Proceedings of the 78th Annual Florida Water Resources Conference, Tampa, Florida, May 5-6, 2003.
  • Liu, S.,Chang, Y.C., Le Puil, M., Taylor, J.S., Randall, A.A. (2003) NF & RO Biostability Relative to Alternative Methods of Water Treatment, Proceedings of the Membrane Technology Conference,  Atlanta, Georgia, March 2 – 5, 2003 (CD-Rom).
  • Chang, Y.C.Le Puil, M., Biggerstaff, J., Randall, A.A., Taylor, J.S., Lamb, B.M., Schulte, A., and Brown, P.S. (2002) Direct Estimation Of Biomass On Different Pipe Material Coupons Using A Specific DNA-Probe, Proceedings of the Water Quality Technical Conference, Seattle, WA, November 10-14, 2002 (CD-Rom).
  • Chen, Y.,Trujillo, M., Biggerstaff, J., Ahmed, G., Lamb, B., Eremekdar, F.G., McCue, T., Randall, A.A. (2002) The Effects Of Propionic Versus Acetic Acid Content Of Domestic Sewage On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Proceedings Water Environment Federation 75th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2002, Research Symposium oral presentation, Sept 28 ñOct 2, 2002, Chicago, Illinois, USA (CD-Rom).
  • McCue, T., Vassiliev, I., Eremekdar, F.G., Randall, A.A. (2002) The Effects Of Prefermentation Upon Biological Nutrient Removal Systems With Septic, COD Limited Influent Wastewater, Poster Symposium of the Water Environment Federation 75th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2001, Sept 28 ñOct 2, 2002, Chicago, Illinois, USA (poster presentation, no paper). First Place Awards of Excellence, WEFTEC 2002 Poster Symposium, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2002
  • McCue, T., Hoxworth, S., Randall, A.A. (2002) Degradation of Halogenated Aliphatic Compounds Utilizing Sequential Anaerobic/Aerobic Treatments, Proceedings of the IWA 3rd World Congress, Australia, April, 2002 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • McCue, T., Shah, R., Vassiliev, I., Liu, Y-H, Eremektar, F.G., Chen, Y., Randall, A.A. (2002) Evaluation of Influent Preferementation as a Unit Process Upon Biological Nutrient Removal, Proceedings of the IWA 3rd World Congress, Australia, April, 2002 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Chen, Y., Liu, Y-H, McCue, T.(2002) Polyhydroxyalkanoate Form and Polyphosphate Regulation: Keys to Biological Phosphorus and Glycogen Transformations?, Proceedings of the IWA 3rd World Congress, Australia, April, 2002 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Punrattanasin, W., Randall, C.W., Randall, A.A. (2002) The Utilization of Activated Sludge Polyhydroxyalkanoates for the Production of Biodegradable Plastics, Proceedings of the IWA 3rd World Congress, Australia, April, 2002 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Sfeir, H.A., Randall, A., Reinhart, D., Clausen, C., Geiger, C. (2001) Long Term Effect of Biotic Reductive Dechlorination on Permeable Treatment Walls, 2001 International Containment & Remediation Technology Conference and Exhibition, 10-13 June 2001, Orlando, Florida (poster presentation).
  • Escobar I., Randall, A.A., Taylor, J.S., Hong, S. (2001). Effect of Feed Water Quality on Assimilable Organic Carbon: Full and Bench Scale Comparisons, AWWA 2001 Membrane Technology Conference, San Antonio, Texas, March 4 to 7, 2001 (poster presentation; full paper in CD-ROM proceedings).
  • Liu, Y-H, Geiger, C., Randall, A.A. (2000) Understanding The Response Of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Biomass To A Range Of Organic Substrates, Proceedings Water Environment Federation 73rd Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2000, Research Symposium oral presentation, October 14-18, 2000, Anaheim, California, USA (CD-Rom).
  • Randall, Andrew Amis,, Naik, Rahul, Zepeda, Mauricio, McCue, Terrence, Liu, Yan-Hua, Vassiliev, Igor (2000), Changes In Anoxic Denitrification Rate Due To Prefermentation Of A Septic, Phosphorus Limited, Wastewater, Proceedings Water Environment Federation 73rd Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2000, Municipal Wastewater Treatment Symposium oral presentation, October 14-18, 2000, Anaheim, California, USA (CD-Rom).
  • Escobar I., Randall, A. (2000). Influence of Nanofiltration on Distribution System Biostability with a Variable Groundwater, IWA 1st World Congress, Paris, France, July 3-7, 2000 (poster presentation; abstract in CD-ROM).
  • Escobar, I., , Randall, A.A., Hong, S.K. (2000) Membrane Filtration Effects on Bacterial Regrowth Potential, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 11-15, 2000 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Escobar, I., , Randall, A.A., (2000) The Influence of Ozonation versus Chlorination on AOC and BDOC, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 11-15, 2000 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Naik, Rahul, Zepeda, Mauricio, McCue, Terrence, Liu, Yan-Hua, Vassiliev, Igor, Randall, Andrew Amis,, (2000), Changes In Anoxic Denitrification Rate Due To Prefermentation Of A Septic, Phosphorus Limited, Wastewater, podium presentation, Proceedings of the 75th Florida Water Resources Conference, April, 2000, Tampa, Florida, USA (CD-Rom).
  • Randall, A.A., Escobar, I.C. (2000) Monitoring Changes in Biostability Resulting from Nanofiltration and RO, podium presentation, Proceedings of the FS/AWWA Annual Conference, Kissimmee, Florida, November 5-9, 2000.
  • Hoxworth, S., Randall, A.A., McCue, T. (2000) Anaerobic/Aerobic Treatment of PCE Using A Single Microbial Consortia, in Bioremediation and Phytoremediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, (Eds) Godage B. Wickramanayake, Arun R. Gavaskar, Bruce C. Alleman, and Victor S. Magar, Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds (Battelle), Monterey, California, May 22-25, 2000, pp. 323-329 (also presented as a podium presentation at the conference).
  • Sfeir, H., Randall, A.A., Reinhart, D., Chopra, M. (2000) Biotic Attenuation and Zero-Valent Iron Permeable Barrier Technology, in Chemical Oxidation and Reactive Barriers: Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, (Eds) Godage B. Wickramanayake, Arun R. Gavaskar, and Abraham S.C. Chen, Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds (Battelle), Monterey, California, May 22-25, 2000, pp. 323-329 (also presented as a poster at the conference).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A. (1999) Influence of Ozonation on Distribution System Biostability, Water Quality Technology Conference, Tampa, Florida, October 31-November 3, 1999 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Hood, C., McCue, T., Randall, A.A. (1999) Biochemical Hypotheses To Explain Short and LongTerm Behaviour of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Resulting From Fatty And Amino Acids, Proceedings Water Environment Federation 72nd Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 1999, Research Symposium podium presentation, October 9-13, 1999, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
  • Escobar, I., Randall, A. (1999) The Influence of Nanofiltration on Bacterial Regrowth Potential, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, June 20-24, 1999.
  • Escobar I., Randall, A. (1999). The Influence of Nanofiltration on Distribution System Biostability, AEESP Research Frontiers Conference, State College, PA, August 1-3, 1999 (poster presentation; abstract in proceedings).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, Andrew A. (1998) Sample Storage and Quality Control for Assimilable Organic Carbon Bioassay, Water Quality Technology Conference, San Diego, California, November 1-5, 1998 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Ndon, U.J., Randall, A.A. (1998) In-Situ Bioremediation of Hazardous Compounds Using Sequential Sulfate-Reducing Anaerobic-Aerobic Environments. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology and Global Sustainable Development, Boston, Mass, USA, August 9-13, 1998.
  • Randall, A.A., Khouri, T.Z., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E. (1998) Comparisons of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Populations Under Ten Different Environmental Conditions, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A., Marshall, F.E. (1998) Alternative Coagulation Methods in Stormwater Management, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation; abstract in proceedings).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A. (1998) Case Study of Nanofiltration Influence on Bacterial Regrowth in Drinking water Distribution Systems, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation; abstract in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Hood, C., McCue, T., Papageourgio, F. (1998) Batch and Continuous Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Experiments, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation).
  • Hoxworth, S., McCue, T., Randall, A.A. (1998) Sequential Dechlorination of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A., Marshall, F.E., (1998) Alternative Coagulation Methods in Stormwater Management, Water Resources and the Urban Environment Proceedings of the 25th Annual Water Resources Planning and Management Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers, Chicago, June7-10, 1998, page 580-585 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Ndon, U.J., Randall, A.A., (1998) Development of Periodic Aerated Anaerobic Batch Systems for Anaerobic-Aerobic Treatment and Bioremediation of Polyhalogenated Compounds, Proceedings of the 1998 Joint Conference on the Environment by the Waste-management Education and Research Consortium (WERC), The Western Region Hazardous Substance Research Center (WRHSRC) and the New Mexico Hazardous Waste Management Society (NMHWMS), Crowne Plaza Pyramid, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 31-April 1, 1998, Published by WERC Administrative Office, Las Cruces, NM, p. 347-351.
  • Boulos L., I. Najm, M. LeChevallier, C. Norton, A. Randall, I. Escobar, Kiene, L. (1998). Case Studies of Treatment Changes on Biostability in Full-Scale Distribution Systems, AWWA Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, June 23-26, 1998 (poster presentation).
  • Escobar I., Randall, A. (1998). Case Studies of the Impacts of Membrane Filtration on Biostability in Full-Scale Distribution Systems, Third Annual EPA STAR Graduate Fellowship Conference, Arlington, VA, June 14-16,1998 (poster presentation; abstract in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Khouri, T.Z., (1997) Observations From Steady-State and Batch Experiments Concerning the Effect on Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal of Volatile Fatty Acids and Glucose, Proceedings 2nd International Conference on Microorganisms in Activated Sludge and Biofilm Processes, University of California at Berkeley, USA, July 21-23, 1997, pp. 311-318, (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Ndon, U.J., Randall, A.A. (1997) Bioremediation of Hazardous Compounds in Anaerobic-Aerobic Alternating Environments, In-Situ and On-Site Bioremediation, eds. Bruce C. Alleman and Andrea Leason, Battelle Press, Vol. 5, pp. 77-82. (publication derived from the Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation. April 28-May 1, New Orleans, Louisiana).
  • Onek, T., Warwick, T.P., Randall, A.A., Coffin, J. (1997) A Collaborative Partnership Between Industry for the Poor, Inc., the University of Central Florida, and Brevard Community College For The Monitoring of A Family Based Water Purifier in Haiti, ASCE Florida Section Annual Meeting, Clearwater, Florida, Sept. 18-20, 1997 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Escobar I., Randall, A., Marshall, F. (1997). Alternative Coagulation Methods in Stormwater Management, Proceedings of ASCE Florida/South Florida Section Annual Meeting, Clearwater, Florida, September 18-20, 1997.
  • Ndon, U., Randall, A. (1996) Single Stage Anaerobic and Aerobic Sequencing Biotransformation and Mineralization of Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) for the Remediation of Contaminated Soils and Groundwater, Proceedings of Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management VIII, Extended Abstracts for the Special Symposium, Birmingham, Alabama, American Chemical Society: Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, September 9-11, 1996, pp. 648-651.
  • Randall, A. (1996) Summer Mentorship Program: A Bridge Between Undergraduate and Graduate Studies, AAEE/AEEP Environmental Engineering Education & Practice Conference, University of Maine, August 3-6, 1996 (poster presentation).
  • Sullivan, M., Randall, A., Krupa, K., (1996) Trickling Filter Comparisons: Performance Models and Design Implications For Industrial Wastewater Treatment, Proceedings of the Florida Water Resources Conference, Inc., Ft. Myers, Florida, May 5-8, 1996, p. 315-320 (paper presentation: *Winner Best Student Paper).
  • Randall, A.A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., Nicol, J-P.N., Boman, G.K., Jing, S-R, (1996) The Effect of Volatile Fatty Acids On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal and Population Structure In Anaerobic/Aerobic Sequencing Batch Reactors, Proceedings of the First IAWQ Specialized Conference on Sequencing Batch Reactor Technology, Munich, Germany, March 18-20, pp. 261-270, 1996 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., (1995) The Effect of Fermentation Products On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Capacity, Polyphosphate Storage, Bacterial Population Structure, and the Long Term Performance Characteristics Of Anaerobic/Aerobic Sequencing Batch Reactors, Proceedings of the WEF (formerly WPCF) 68th Annual Conference, October 21-25, Miami, Fla., Vol 1, pp. 1-12, 1995 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A., Krupa, K. (1995) Industrial Pretreatment of a Food Processing Wastewater Using a “Sessil” Media Fixed-Film Pilot Plant, Proceedings of the Florida Water Resources Conference, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, pp. 45-48, April 2-5, 1995 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E. (1995) The Effect of Fermentation Products On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal In Sequencing Batch Reactors, Proceedings of the Florida Water Resources Conference, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, pp. 184-188, April 2-5, 1995 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., (1994) The Effect of Fermentation Products on Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Polyphosphate Storage, and Microbial Population Dynamics, Proceedings of Water Quality International July 24-29, IAWQ 17th Biennial Conference, Budapest, Hungary, p 91 poster abstracts, 1994 (poster presentation).

PRESENTATIONS PRE-DATING APPOINTMENT AT UCF

  • Randall, A., Randall, C.W., Pramanik, A., Shah, A. (1990) Utilization of a “Sessil” Media Tower for the Pretreatment of Synthetic Fiber Manufacturing Wastewater, Proceedings of the Industrial Wastes Symposia, WPCF 63rd Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., p. 153-164, 1990 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).

FULLY PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES DURING APPOINTMENT AT UCF:

  • Liu, S., LePuil, M. Taylor, J.S., Randall, A.A. (accepted, in press) NF & RO Biostability Relative to Alternative Methods of Water Treatment, Aqua Water Supply and Technology
  • McCue, T.M., Randall, A.A., Eremektar, G. (2006) Contrasting the Benefits of Primary Clarification versus. Prefermentation in Activated Sludge Biological Nutrient Removal Systems, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering132(9), 1061-1067.
  • Taylor, J., Dietz, J., Randall, A., Hong, S. (2005) Impact of RO-Desalted Water on Distribution Water Qualities, Water, Science & Technology51 (6-7), 285-291.
  • Magro, D., Elias, S., Randall, A.A. (2005) Effects Of Reduced Return Activated Sludge Flows And Volume On Anaerobic Zone Performance For A Septic Wastewater Biological Phosphorous Removal System, Water Environment Research77 (5), 455-464.
  • Imran, S., Dietz, J.D., Mutoti, G., Taylor, J.S., Randall, A.A., Cooper, C.D. (2005), Red water release in drinking water distribution systems, Journal of the American Water Works Association97 (9), 93-100. Imran, S., Dietz, J.D., Mutoti, G., Taylor, J.S., Randall, A.A. (2005). Modified Larson Ratio Incorporating Temperature, Water Age, and Electroneutrality Effects on Red Water Release, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering131 (11), 1514-1520.
  • Liu, S., Taylor, J.S., Randall, A.A., Dietz, J.D. (2005) Nitrification modeling in chloraminated distribution systems, Journal of the American Water Works Association, 97 (10), 98-108.
  • Taylor, J., Dietz, J., Randall, A., Hong, S. (2005) Impact of RO-Desalted Water on Distribution Water Qualities, Water, Science & Technology51 (6-7), 285-291.
  • Eremektar, G., Randall, A.A., Mc Cue, T. (2004) Effect of Prefermentation on Inert COD Fractions in BNR Systems, Fresenius Environmental Bulletin13(10), 1033-1035.
  • McCue, T., Naik, R. Zepeda, M., Liu, Y-H, Vasilliev, I., Randall, A.A. (2004) Changes in Anoxic Denitrification Rate Due to Prefermentation of a Septic, Phosphorus Limited Wastewater, Water Environment Research76(1), 23-28.
  • Chen, Y., Randall, A.A. and McCue, T. (2004) The Efficiency of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal from Real Wastewater Affected by Different Ratios of Acetic to Propionic Acid, Water Research38, 27-36.
  • Chang, Y.C., LePuil, M., Biggerstaff, J., Randall, A. A., Shulte, A., Taylor, J.S., (2003) Direct estimation of biofilm density on different pipe material coupons using a specific DNA-probe, Molecular and Cellular Probes17(5), 237-243.
  • McCue, T., Hoxworth, S., Randall, A.A. (2003) Degradation of Halogenated Aliphatic Compounds Utilizing Sequential Anaerobic/Aerobic Treatments, Water, Science & Technology47(10), 79-84.
  • McCue, T., Shah, R., Vassiliev, I., Liu, Y-H, Eremektar, F.G., Chen, Y., Randall, A.A. (2003) Evaluation of Influent Preferementation as a Unit Process Upon Biological Nutrient Removal, Water, Science & Technology47(11), 9-15.
  • Randall, A.A., Chen, Y., Liu, Y-H, McCue, T.(2003) Polyhydroxyalkanoate Form and Polyphosphate Regulation: Keys to Biological Phosphorus and Glycogen Transformations?, Water, Science & Technology47(11), 227-233.
  • Choi, J-G, Bae, T-H, Kim J-H, Tak, T-M, Randall, A.A. (2002) The behavior of membrane fouling initiation on the crossflow membrane bioreactor system, Journal of Membrane Science, 203(1-2), 103-113.
  • Hong, S.P., Bae, T.H., Tak, T.M., Hong, S.K., Randall, A. (2002) Fouling Control in Activated Sludge Submerged Hollow Fiber Membrane Bioreactors, Desalination143, 219-228.
  • Randall, A.A., Liu, Y-H (2002) Polyhydroxyalkanoate Form Potentially a Key Aspect of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Water Research,. 36(14), 3473-3478.
  • Liu, Y-H, Geiger, C., Randall, A.A. (2002) The Role Of PHA Form In Determining The Response Of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Biomass To Volatile Fatty Acids Water Environment Research74(1), 57-67.
  • Escobar, I., Randall, A.A., Hong, S.K., Taylor, J.S. (2002) Effect Of Solution Chemistry On Assimilable Organic Carbon Removal By Nanofiltration: Full And Bench Scale Evaluation, Journal of Water Supply: Aqua51, 67-76.
  • Escobar, I., Randall, A.A., Hong, S.K. (2001) Assimilable Organic Carbon and Biodegradable Organic Carbon Removal By Nanofiltration: Full And Bench Scale Evaluation, Water, Science & Technology: Water Supply1(4), 35-42.
  • Escobar, I., Randall, A.A., Taylor, J.S. (2001) Bacterial Growth in Distribution Systems: Effect of Assimilable Organic Carbon (AOC) and Biodegradable Dissolved Organic Carbon (BDOC), Environmental Science & Technology35(17), 3442-3447.
  • Escobar, I., Randall, A.A., (2001) Assimilable Organic Carbon (AOC) And Biodegradable Dissolved Organic Carbon (BDOC): Complementary Measurements, Water Research, 35(18), 121-131.
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A. (2001) Ozonation and Distribution System Biostability: Case Study, American Water Works Association Research Journal93(10), 77-89.
  • Hood, C., Randall, A.A. (2001) A Biochemical Hypothesis Explaining the Response of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Biomass to Organic Substrates, Water Research35(11), 2758-2766.
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A. (2000) Sample Storage Impact on the Assimilabble Organic Carbon Bioassay, Water Research., 34(5), 1680-1686.
  • Escobar, I.C., Hong, S.K., Randall, A.A. (2000) Removal of Assimilable Organic Carbon and Biodegradable Dissolved Organic Carbon by Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Membranes, Journal of Membrane Science175, 1-17.
  • Ndon, U.J., Randall, A.A., Khouri, T.Z. (2000) Reductive Dechlorination of Tetrachloroethylene by Soil Sulfate-Reducing Microbes Under Various Electron Donor Conditions. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Kluwer Publishers, 60(3), 329-336.
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A. (1999) Influence of Nanofiltration on Distribution System Biostability, American Water Works Association Research Journal,, 91(6), 76-89.
  • Ndon, U.J., Randall, A.A. (1999) Periodic Aerated Treatment and In-Situ Bioremediation Strategies for Polyhalogenated Compounds. Water Research,, 33 (11), 2715-2120.
  • Randall, A.A., Khouri, T.Z., (1998) The Effect of Organic Substrates on Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal in Continuous Culture and Batch Experiments, Advances in Environmental Research,, 2(2), 218-231; also published on-line at http://www.sfo.com/~aer/access.cgi/512-98/512-98.html.
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., (1997) Induction of Phosphorus Removal in an Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Bacterial Population, Water Research31(11), 2869-2877.
  • Randall, A.A., Sullivan, J.M., Dietz, J., Randall, C.W., (1997) Industrial Pretreatment : Trickling Filter Performance and Design, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering123 (11), 1072-1079. Closure in February, 1999 issue p. 204-207.
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., (1997) The Effect of Substrate Chemistry On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal: The Variation in Location And Form Of Intracellular Phosphate Induced by Different Substrates and Observed With 31P-NMR, Advances in Environmental Research1(1), 58-73; also on line at http://www.sfo.com/~aer/518-96.html.
  • Randall, A.A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., Nicol, J-P.N., Boman, G.K., Jing, S-R (1997) The Effect of Volatile Fatty Acids On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal and Population Structure In Anaerobic/Aerobic Sequencing Batch Reactors, Water, Science, and Technology35(1), 153-160.
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., (1994) The Effect of Fermentation Products on Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Polyphosphate Storage, and Microbial Population Dynamics, Water, Science, and Technology30 (6), 213-219.

FULLY PEER REVIEWED PROJECT REPORTS DURING APPOINTMENT AT UCF:

  • Taylor, J.S., Dietz, J.D., Randall, A.A., Hong, S.K., Norris, C.D., Mulford, L.A., Arevalo, J.M., Imran, S., Le Puil, M., Liu, S., Mutoti, I., Tang, J., Xiao, W., Cullen, C., Heaviside, R., Mehta, A., Patel, M., Vasquez, F., Webb, D. (2005). Effects of Blending on Distribution System Water Quality (AWWARF/Tampa Bay Water Tailored Collaboration Final Report). Published by the American Water Works Research Foundation, Denver, Colorado. Document 91065F.
  • Najm I.N., Boulos L., LeChevallier M., Norton C., Volk, C., Randall A., Escobar I., Kiene L., Campos, C. (2000). Case Studies of the Impacts of Treatment Changes on Biostability in Full Scale Distribution Systems (AWWARF RFP # 361 Final Report). Published by the American Water Works Research Foundation., Denver, Colorado. ISBN 1-58321-048-2.

BOOK CHAPTERS:

  • Le Puil, M., Chang, Y.C., Randall, A.A., Taylor, J.S. (2005) Effect of Distribution System Materials and Water Quality on HPC and Biofilm Proliferation, in Water Quality in the Distribution System, W.C. Lauer (Ed.), American Water Works Association, Denver, Colorado.
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A. (2005) Case Study: Ozonation and Distribution System Biostability, in Water Quality in the Distribution System, W.C. Lauer (Ed.), American Water Works Association, Denver, Colorado.
  • Taylor, J.S., Dietz, J.J., Hong, S.K., Randall, A.A., Owen, C. (2005), Distribution System Water Quality Following Blending Surface, Ground, and Saline Sources, in Water Quality in the Distribution System, W.C. Lauer (Ed.), American Water Works Association, Denver, Colorado.

FULLY PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PAPERS DURING APPOINTMENT AT UCF:

  • Punrattanasin, W., Randall, A.A., Randall, C.W. (2006) Aerobic Production of Activated Sludge Polyhydroxyalkanoates from Nutrient Deficient Wastewaters, Proceedings of the IWA 4th World Congress, Beijing, China, Sept 10-14, 2006 (podium presentation, paper in CD-ROM proceedings).
  • Escobar, I., Hong, S.K., Randall, A.A. (2000) AOC and BDOC removal by nanofiltration: full and bench scale evaluation, Proceedings of the IWA 1st World Congress (formerly the IAWQ), Paris, France, July 3-7, 2000, 213-220 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).

INVITED PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS:

  • Randall, A.A. (2006) Carbon Augmentation for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Presentation for Water Environment Research Foundation Nutrient Removal Workshop: How Low Can We Go & What is Stopping Us from Going Lower?, Washington, D.C., March 9-11, 2006.
  • Randall, A.A. (2005) Changes in Biofilm Quantity and Composition for Pilot Distribution Systems and Water Reclamation Membranes, Presentation for Workshop ñ Biofilm Microbiology: Recent Developments, 2005 Water Quality & Technology Conference, November 6-10, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada (presentation with notebook for attendees containing power point print outs).
  • Liu, SuibingLe Puil, Michael, Taylor, James S., Randall, Andrew A. (2005) Finished Water Quality Effects on Distribution System Biostability, AWWA 2005 Annual Conference and Exposition, June 12-16, 2005, San Francisco, California (podium presentation).
  • Taylor, J.S., Dietz, J.D., Randall, A.A (2004), Disinfection Byproduct Control, Sunday Workshop at the Water Quality Control and Technology Conference, San Antonio, TX, Nov. 14, 2004. Sponsored by AWWA Organic Contaminants Control Committee.
  • Taylor, J.S., Dietz, J.D., Randall, A.A (2004), Impact of switching from Groundwater to Surface Water on Iron and Copper Release From Distribution Systems, AWWA Distribution Systems Conference, Chicago, ILL, Sept. 20-21, 2004.
  • Randall, A.A. (2004) Biostability, AWWA Research Foundation Technology Transfer Workshop on Controlling Distribution System Water Quality in a Changing Environment, May 13-14, 2004, Tampa, Florida (presentation only).
  • Randall, A.A. (2004) Phenotype and Phylogenetic Predominance and Competition in Environmental Systems, American Society for Microbiology Florida Branch Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Feb 27th and 28th , 2004 (presentation only).Â
  • Taylor, J.S., J. J. Dietz, S. K. Hong, A. A. Randall, C. Owen (2003) Required Treatment and Water Quality Criteria for Distribution System Blending of Treated Surface, Ground and Saline Sources, Proceedings of the AWWA 2003 Annual Conference and Exposition, June 15-19, 2003, Anaheim, California (podium presentation).
  • Taylor, J.S., J. J. Dietz, S. K. Hong, A. A. Randall (2003) Distribution System Water Quality Following Blending Surface, Ground and Saline Sources, AWWARF Poster Session, June 18, 2003, AWWA Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA. 3rd Place.
  • Randall, A.A. (2002) Effects of Finished Water Quality, Residual, and Distribution System Material on Planktonic and Biofilm Microbial Proliferation, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa, November 12, 2002 (presentation only).Â
  • Taylor, J.S., J. J. Dietz, S. K. Hong, A. A. Randall, Chris Owen (2002) Required Treatment and Water Quality Criteria for Distribution System Blending of Treated Surface, Ground and Saline Sources, AWWARF Technology Transfer Conference, Seattle, WA, August 22, 2002.
  • Randall, A.A. (2002), Effect of Drinking Water Treatment Processes and Blending on Distribution System Biological Stability, Seminar for the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Quality and Treatment, Salisbury, South Australia, August 6, 2002.
  • Randall, A. A. (2002) Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal for Varying Influent Acetate/Propionate Ratios in a Septic Domestic Wastewater, Proceedings of the 2nd Advanced Wastewater Management Centre (AWMC) Research Showcase, AWMC, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, August 16, 2002 (CD-Rom).
  • Randall, A.A. (2002) Water Borne Pathogens, 2nd Biannual Water Resources Seminar (sponsored by FSAWWA, FSAWRA, and the UCF College of Engineering), Orlando, Florida. Podium presentation, no paper.
  • Taylor, J.S., Dietz, J.D., Hong, S.K., Mulford, L.A., Randall, A.A. (2001) Membrane Technology, Drinking Water, Distribution Systems and the 21st Century, Membrane Quarterly16(2), 6-7.
  • Randall, A.A., Escobar, I. (2001) The Effect of Membrane Filtration on BOM Rejection and Chlorine Demand, Proceedings of the 14th Annual Technical Conference & Expo, American Filtration & Separations Society, May 1-4, 2001, Hyatt Regency, Tampa, Florida (podium presentation, paper in CD-ROM proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Escobar, I. (2000) Monitoring Changes in Biostability Resulting From Nanofiltration and RO, Proceedings of the Florida Section of AWWA Annual Conference, November 5-9, 2000, Orlando Florida (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Escobar, I. (2000) Changes in Biostability by Nanofiltration, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 11-15, 2000 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).

PROCEEDINGS AND PRESENTATIONS DURING APPOINTMENT AT UCF

  • Randall, A. A., Chen, Y. in press) Biomass Capacity for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal As A Function of VFA Cultivation, WEF/IWA Nutrient Removal, The State of the Art, Specialty Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, March 4-7, 2007.
  • Vaidya, R, McNevin, D, Taylor, JS, Dietz, JD, Randall, AA (2006) Correlation of Fe, Pb and Cu Corrosion with Electro Noise Parameters, Water Quality Technology Conference, Denver, Nov, 2006.
  • Bingjie, Z., Randall, A.A., Dietz, J.D., Taylor, J.S. (2006) Quantification of Drinking Water Biostability: Method Precision for Heterotrophic Plate Count, Water Quality Technology Conference, Denver, Nov, 2006.
  • Randall, A.A., Malekjahani, S. (2006) Effect Of Ph On Carbon And Phosphorus Transformations In Biological Phosphorus Removal With High Propionate And Acetate Wastewater, Proceedings of the 79th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), Dallas, Texas, Oct 21-25, 2006 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Williamson, Jr., D.R., Dickerson, J.R. (2006) Biologically Engineered Biofilm Modifications For The Enhancement Of Collection System Transformations And Impacts On BNR Wastewater Treatment, Proceedings of the 79th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), Dallas, Texas, Oct 21-25, 2006 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Jessen, A., Randall, A., Reinhart, D., Daly, L. (2006) Effectiveness And Kinetics Of Ferrate As A Disinfectant For Ballast Water, Proceedings of the 79th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), Dallas, Texas, Oct 21-25, 2006 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Chen, Y (2006) Biomass Capacity for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal as a Function of VFA Cultivation, 106th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, Orlando, Florida, May 21-25, 2006 (poster presentation, abstract in proceedings).
  • Jessen, A., Randall, A.A., Reinhart, D., Daly, L. (2006) Effectiveness and Kinetics of Ferrate as a Disinfectant for Ballast Water, 14th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, May 14 to 19, 2006, Key Biscayne, Florida. Oral presentation, abstract only proceedings.
  • Jessen, A., Randall, A.A., Reinhart, D., Daly, L. (2005) Effectiveness and Kinetics of Ferrate as a Disinfectant for Ballast Water, Proceedings of the 2005 FS/AWWA Annual Conference, oral presentation, Orlando, Florida, November 27-Dec 1, 2006 (CD-ROM).
  • Taylor, J., Dietz, J., Randall, A., Hong, S. (2004) Impact of RO-Desalted Water on Distribution Water Qualities, Proceedings of the IWA International Specialized Conference on Water Environment ñ Membrane Technology, Seoul, Korea, June 7-10, 2004.
  • Hong, S., Hyun, S., Randall, A.A., Kim, E.D., Ahn, W., Yim, S., Kim, G., Slifko, T., Scheneeberger, C., Robles, L. (2004) Treatment of Secondary Municipal Wastewater by Submerged Hollow Fiber MF Membranes for Water Reuse: Microbial Rejections and Biofouling, IWA International Specialized Conference on Water Environment-Membrane Technology, Seoul, Korea, June 7-10. (podium presentation; proceeding paper).
  • Liu, Suibing, Michael Le Puil, A. A. Randall, James S. Taylor. (2004) HPC Proliferation in Chloraminated Distribution System. Florida Water Resources Conference, 2004, Kissimmee, FL.
  • Liu, Suibing, James S. Taylor, A. A. Randall, Dietz, J.J. (2004) Nitrification Modeling in Chloraminated Distribution Systems, Proceedings of the American Water Works Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Orlando, Florida, June 13-17, 2004.
  • Liu, Suibing, Y. Chang, Michael Le Puil, James S. Taylor, A. A. Randall (2003) Resistance and Diffusion Modeling of RO Productivity and Water, Proceedings of the 2003 Membrane Technology Conference, AWWA, March, 2003, Atlanta, GA.
  • Le Puil, M., Chang, Y.C., Randall, A.A., Owen, C., Taylor, J.S. (2003) Biostability of membrane-treated finished waters in distribution system: study at pilot-scale, Proceedings of the 2003 FS/AWWA Annual Conference, oral presentation, Orlando, Florida, November 16-20, 2003 (CD-ROM).
  • Eremektar, G., Randall, A.A., Mc Cue, T. (2003) Advantages of Prefermentation in BNR Systems’, Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Environmental Pollution and Its Impact on the Life in the Mediterranean Region, poster presentation, Antalya, Turkey, October 4th to 8th , 2003.
  • Eremektar, G. Randall, A.A., McCue, T. (2003) Effect Of Prefermentation On Inert Cod Fractions In BNR Systems, Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Environmental Pollution and its Impact on Life in the Mediterranean Region, poster presentation, Antalya, Turkey, October 4th to 8th, 2003.
  • Magro, D., Elias, S., Randall, A.A. (2003) Effects of Reduced RAS Flows and Volume on Anaerobic Zone Performance for a Septic Wastewater Biological Phosphorus Removal System, Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 76th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2003, oral presentation, Oct, 2003 Los Angeles, Ca, USA (CD-Rom).
  • McCue, T., Vassiliev, I., Eremekdar, G., Randall, A.A. (2003) Improved P Removal of COD Limited, Septic, Wastewater via Prefermentation, Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 76th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2003, poster presentation, paper in proceedings, Oct, 2003 Los Angeles, Ca, USA (CD-Rom).
  • Le Puil, M., Chang, Y.C., Randall, A.A., Taylor, J.S. (2003) Effect of Distribution System Materials and Water Quality on HPC and Biofilm Proliferation, Proceedings of the AWWA 2003 Annual Conference and Exposition, podium presentation, June 15-19, 2003, Anaheim, California (podium presentation).
  • Taylor, J.S., Dietz, J.J., Hong, S.K., Randall, A.A., Owen, C. (2003) Required Treatment and Water Quality Criteria for Distribution System Blending of Treated Surface, Ground and Saline Sources, Proceedings of the AWWA 2003 Annual Conference and Exposition, podium presentation, June 15-19, 2003, Anaheim, California (podium presentation).
  • Randall, A.A., Chen, Y., McCue, T. (2003) The Impact of Propionic Acid on Biological Nutrient Removal in Typical Septic Florida Domestic Wastewaters, Proceedings of the 78th Annual Florida Water Resources Conference, Tampa, Florida, May 5-6, 2003.
  • Liu, S., Chang, Y.C., Le Puil, M., Taylor, J.S., Randall, A.A. (2003) NF & RO Biostability Relative to Alternative Methods of Water Treatment, Proceedings of the Membrane Technology Conference,  Atlanta, Georgia, March 2 – 5, 2003 (CD-Rom). Chang, Y.C.Le Puil, M., Biggerstaff, J., Randall, A.A., Taylor, J.S., Lamb, B.M., Schulte, A., and Brown, P.S. (2002) Direct Estimation Of Biomass On Different Pipe Material Coupons Using A Specific DNA-Probe, Proceedings of the Water Quality Technical Conference, Seattle, WA, November 10-14, 2002 (CD-Rom).
  • Chen, Y.,Trujillo, M., Biggerstaff, J., Ahmed, G., Lamb, B., Eremekdar, F.G., McCue, T., Randall, A.A. (2002) The Effects Of Propionic Versus Acetic Acid Content Of Domestic Sewage On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Proceedings Water Environment Federation 75th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2002, Research Symposium oral presentation, Sept 28 ñOct 2, 2002, Chicago, Illinois, USA (CD-Rom).
  • McCue, T., Vassiliev, I., Eremekdar, F.G., Randall, A.A. (2002) The Effects Of Prefermentation Upon Biological Nutrient Removal Systems With Septic, COD Limited Influent Wastewater, Poster Symposium of the Water Environment Federation 75th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2001, Sept 28 ñOct 2, 2002, Chicago, Illinois, USA (poster presentation, no paper). First Place Awards of Excellence, WEFTEC 2002 Poster Symposium, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2002
  • McCue, T., Hoxworth, S., Randall, A.A. (2002) Degradation of Halogenated Aliphatic Compounds Utilizing Sequential Anaerobic/Aerobic Treatments, Proceedings of the IWA 3rd World Congress, Australia, April, 2002 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • McCue, T., Shah, R., Vassiliev, I., Liu, Y-H, Eremektar, F.G., Chen, Y., Randall, A.A. (2002) Evaluation of Influent Preferementation as a Unit Process Upon Biological Nutrient Removal, Proceedings of the IWA 3rd World Congress, Australia, April, 2002 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Chen, Y., Liu, Y-H, McCue, T.(2002) Polyhydroxyalkanoate Form and Polyphosphate Regulation: Keys to Biological Phosphorus and Glycogen Transformations?, Proceedings of the IWA 3rd World Congress, Australia, April, 2002 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Punrattanasin, W., Randall, C.W., Randall, A.A. (2002) The Utilization of Activated Sludge Polyhydroxyalkanoates for the Production of Biodegradable Plastics, Proceedings of the IWA 3rd World Congress, Australia, April, 2002 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Sfeir, H.A., Randall, A., Reinhart, D., Clausen, C., Geiger, C. (2001) Long Term Effect of Biotic Reductive Dechlorination on Permeable Treatment Walls, 2001 International Containment & Remediation Technology Conference and Exhibition, 10-13 June 2001, Orlando, Florida (poster presentation).
  • Escobar I., Randall, A.A., Taylor, J.S., Hong, S. (2001). Effect of Feed Water Quality on Assimilable Organic Carbon: Full and Bench Scale Comparisons, AWWA 2001 Membrane Technology Conference, San Antonio, Texas, March 4 to 7, 2001 (poster presentation; full paper in CD-ROM proceedings).
  • Liu, Y-H, Geiger, C., Randall, A.A. (2000) Understanding The Response Of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Biomass To A Range Of Organic Substrates, Proceedings Water Environment Federation 73rd Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2000, Research Symposium oral presentation, October 14-18, 2000, Anaheim, California, USA (CD-Rom).
  • Randall, Andrew Amis,, Naik, Rahul, Zepeda, Mauricio, McCue, Terrence, Liu, Yan-Hua, Vassiliev, Igor (2000), Changes In Anoxic Denitrification Rate Due To Prefermentation Of A Septic, Phosphorus Limited, Wastewater, Proceedings Water Environment Federation 73rd Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 2000, Municipal Wastewater Treatment Symposium oral presentation, October 14-18, 2000, Anaheim, California, USA (CD-Rom).
  • Escobar I., Randall, A. (2000). Influence of Nanofiltration on Distribution System Biostability with a Variable Groundwater, IWA 1st World Congress, Paris, France, July 3-7, 2000 (poster presentation; abstract in CD-ROM).
  • Escobar, I., , Randall, A.A., Hong, S.K. (2000) Membrane Filtration Effects on Bacterial Regrowth Potential, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 11-15, 2000 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Escobar, I., , Randall, A.A., (2000) The Influence of Ozonation versus Chlorination on AOC and BDOC, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 11-15, 2000 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Naik, Rahul, Zepeda, Mauricio, McCue, Terrence, Liu, Yan-Hua, Vassiliev, Igor, Randall, Andrew Amis,, (2000), Changes In Anoxic Denitrification Rate Due To Prefermentation Of A Septic, Phosphorus Limited, Wastewater, podium presentation, Proceedings of the 75th Florida Water Resources Conference, April, 2000, Tampa, Florida, USA (CD-Rom).
  • Randall, A.A., Escobar, I.C. (2000) Monitoring Changes in Biostability Resulting from Nanofiltration and RO, podium presentation, Proceedings of the FS/AWWA Annual Conference, Kissimmee, Florida, November 5-9, 2000.
  • Hoxworth, S., Randall, A.A., McCue, T. (2000) Anaerobic/Aerobic Treatment of PCE Using A Single Microbial Consortia, in Bioremediation and Phytoremediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, (Eds) Godage B. Wickramanayake, Arun R. Gavaskar, Bruce C. Alleman, and Victor S. Magar, Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds (Battelle), Monterey, California, May 22-25, 2000, pp. 323-329 (also presented as a podium presentation at the conference).
  • Sfeir, H., Randall, A.A., Reinhart, D., Chopra, M. (2000) Biotic Attenuation and Zero-Valent Iron Permeable Barrier Technology, in Chemical Oxidation and Reactive Barriers: Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, (Eds) Godage B. Wickramanayake, Arun R. Gavaskar, and Abraham S.C. Chen, Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds (Battelle), Monterey, California, May 22-25, 2000, pp. 323-329 (also presented as a poster at the conference).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A. (1999) Influence of Ozonation on Distribution System Biostability, Water Quality Technology Conference, Tampa, Florida, October 31-November 3, 1999 (podium presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Hood, C., McCue, T., Randall, A.A. (1999) Biochemical Hypotheses To Explain Short and LongTerm Behaviour of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Resulting From Fatty And Amino Acids, Proceedings Water Environment Federation 72nd Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC) 1999, Research Symposium podium presentation, October 9-13, 1999, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
  • Escobar, I., Randall, A. (1999) The Influence of Nanofiltration on Bacterial Regrowth Potential, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, June 20-24, 1999.
  • Escobar I., Randall, A. (1999). The Influence of Nanofiltration on Distribution System Biostability, AEESP Research Frontiers Conference, State College, PA, August 1-3, 1999 (poster presentation; abstract in proceedings).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, Andrew A. (1998) Sample Storage and Quality Control for Assimilable Organic Carbon Bioassay, Water Quality Technology Conference, San Diego, California, November 1-5, 1998 (poster presentation, paper in proceedings).
  • Ndon, U.J., Randall, A.A. (1998) In-Situ Bioremediation of Hazardous Compounds Using Sequential Sulfate-Reducing Anaerobic-Aerobic Environments. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology and Global Sustainable Development, Boston, Mass, USA, August 9-13, 1998.
  • Randall, A.A., Khouri, T.Z., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E. (1998) Comparisons of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Populations Under Ten Different Environmental Conditions, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A., Marshall, F.E. (1998) Alternative Coagulation Methods in Stormwater Management, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation; abstract in proceedings).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A. (1998) Case Study of Nanofiltration Influence on Bacterial Regrowth in Drinking water Distribution Systems, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation; abstract in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Hood, C., McCue, T., Papageourgio, F. (1998) Batch and Continuous Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Experiments, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation).
  • Hoxworth, S., McCue, T., Randall, A.A. (1998) Sequential Dechlorination of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, Water Quality International 1998, 19th Biennial Conference of the Association on Water Quality, Vancouver, Canada, June 21-26, 1998 (poster presentation).
  • Escobar, I.C., Randall, A.A., Marshall, F.E., (1998) Alternative Coagulation Methods in Stormwater Management, Water Resources and the Urban Environment Proceedings of the 25th Annual Water Resources Planning and Management Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers, Chicago, June7-10, 1998, page 580-585 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Ndon, U.J., Randall, A.A., (1998) Development of Periodic Aerated Anaerobic Batch Systems for Anaerobic-Aerobic Treatment and Bioremediation of Polyhalogenated Compounds, Proceedings of the 1998 Joint Conference on the Environment by the Waste-management Education and Research Consortium (WERC), The Western Region Hazardous Substance Research Center (WRHSRC) and the New Mexico Hazardous Waste Management Society (NMHWMS), Crowne Plaza Pyramid, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 31-April 1, 1998, Published by WERC Administrative Office, Las Cruces, NM, p. 347-351.
  • Boulos L., I. Najm, M. LeChevallier, C. Norton, A. Randall, I. Escobar, Kiene, L. (1998). Case Studies of Treatment Changes on Biostability in Full-Scale Distribution Systems, AWWA Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, June 23-26, 1998 (poster presentation).
  • Escobar I., Randall, A. (1998). Case Studies of the Impacts of Membrane Filtration on Biostability in Full-Scale Distribution Systems, Third Annual EPA STAR Graduate Fellowship Conference, Arlington, VA, June 14-16,1998 (poster presentation; abstract in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., Khouri, T.Z., (1997) Observations From Steady-State and Batch Experiments Concerning the Effect on Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal of Volatile Fatty Acids and Glucose, Proceedings 2nd International Conference on Microorganisms in Activated Sludge and Biofilm Processes, University of California at Berkeley, USA, July 21-23, 1997, pp. 311-318, (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Ndon, U.J., Randall, A.A. (1997) Bioremediation of Hazardous Compounds in Anaerobic-Aerobic Alternating Environments, In-Situ and On-Site Bioremediation, eds. Bruce C. Alleman and Andrea Leason, Battelle Press, Vol. 5, pp. 77-82. (publication derived from the Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation. April 28-May 1, New Orleans, Louisiana).
  • Onek, T., Warwick, T.P., Randall, A.A., Coffin, J. (1997) A Collaborative Partnership Between Industry for the Poor, Inc., the University of Central Florida, and Brevard Community College For The Monitoring of A Family Based Water Purifier in Haiti, ASCE Florida Section Annual Meeting, Clearwater, Florida, Sept. 18-20, 1997 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Escobar I., Randall, A., Marshall, F. (1997). Alternative Coagulation Methods in Stormwater Management, Proceedings of ASCE Florida/South Florida Section Annual Meeting, Clearwater, Florida, September 18-20, 1997.
  • Ndon, U., Randall, A. (1996) Single Stage Anaerobic and Aerobic Sequencing Biotransformation and Mineralization of Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) for the Remediation of Contaminated Soils and Groundwater, Proceedings of Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management VIII, Extended Abstracts for the Special Symposium, Birmingham, Alabama, American Chemical Society: Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, September 9-11, 1996, pp. 648-651.
  • Randall, A. (1996) Summer Mentorship Program: A Bridge Between Undergraduate and Graduate Studies, AAEE/AEEP Environmental Engineering Education & Practice Conference, University of Maine, August 3-6, 1996 (poster presentation).
  • Sullivan, M., Randall, A., Krupa, K., (1996) Trickling Filter Comparisons: Performance Models and Design Implications For Industrial Wastewater Treatment, Proceedings of the Florida Water Resources Conference, Inc., Ft. Myers, Florida, May 5-8, 1996, p. 315-320 (paper presentation: *Winner Best Student Paper).
  • Randall, A.A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., Nicol, J-P.N., Boman, G.K., Jing, S-R, (1996) The Effect of Volatile Fatty Acids On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal and Population Structure In Anaerobic/Aerobic Sequencing Batch Reactors, Proceedings of the First IAWQ Specialized Conference on Sequencing Batch Reactor Technology, Munich, Germany, March 18-20, pp. 261-270, 1996 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., (1995) The Effect of Fermentation Products On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Capacity, Polyphosphate Storage, Bacterial Population Structure, and the Long Term Performance Characteristics Of Anaerobic/Aerobic Sequencing Batch Reactors, Proceedings of the WEF (formerly WPCF) 68th Annual Conference, October 21-25, Miami, Fla., Vol 1, pp. 1-12, 1995 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A., Krupa, K. (1995) Industrial Pretreatment of a Food Processing Wastewater Using a “Sessil” Media Fixed-Film Pilot Plant, Proceedings of the Florida Water Resources Conference, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, pp. 45-48, April 2-5, 1995 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E. (1995) The Effect of Fermentation Products On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal In Sequencing Batch Reactors, Proceedings of the Florida Water Resources Conference, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, pp. 184-188, April 2-5, 1995 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A., Benefield, L.D., Hill, W.E., (1994) The Effect of Fermentation Products on Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Polyphosphate Storage, and Microbial Population Dynamics, Proceedings of Water Quality International July 24-29, IAWQ 17th Biennial Conference, Budapest, Hungary, p 91 poster abstracts, 1994 (poster presentation).

PRESENTATIONS PRE-DATING APPOINTMENT AT UCF

  • Randall, A., Randall, C.W., Pramanik, A., Shah, A. (1990) Utilization of a “Sessil” Media Tower for the Pretreatment of Synthetic Fiber Manufacturing Wastewater, Proceedings of the Industrial Wastes Symposia, WPCF 63rd Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., p. 153-164, 1990 (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).

EDITORIAL REVIEWED/INVITED PAPERS & REPORTS

PAPERS & REPORTS DURING APPOINTMENT AT UCF

  • Randall, A.A., Sullivan, M., Dietz, J. (1996) Industrial Pretreatment Using “SessilR” Media : Operational and Design Implications, Presented at the Biological Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals and Modeling Symposium sponsored by Virginia Tech and Olver, Inc., Sept. 29-Oct 2, 1996, Roanoke, Virginia (podium presentation; paper in proceedings).
  • Randall, A.A., “The Effect of Substrate Chemistry On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Intracellular Phosphate Form And Location, And The Resulting Population Structure Of Sequencing Batch Reactors Receiving Synthetic Wastewater”, Summary of Ph.D. Dissertation, IAWQ BNR newsletter, No. 1, pp. 12-13, April 1996.
  • Randall, A., Sullivan, M., Krupa, K., “Industrial Pretreatment of a Food Processing Wastewater Using a “Sessil” Media Fixed-Film Pilot Plant: Comparison of Organic Loading Design Models, Florida Water Resources Journal, pp. 25-26, March, 1996.
  • Randall, A.A., “The Effect of Substrate Chemistry On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Intracellular Phosphate Form And Location, And The Resulting Population Structure Of Sequencing Batch Reactors Receiving Synthetic Wastewater”, Summary of Ph.D. Dissertation, IAWQ specialist group on Activated Sludge Population Dynamics newsletter, Vol 8 (1), pp. 11-14, September 1995.

PAPERS & REPORTS PRE-DATING APPOINTMENT AT UCF

  • Randall, A., Randall, C.W., “Available Technology for Nutrient Removal in the Chesapeake Bay Water Shed,” Report for the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee to the Chesapeake Bay Project. CRC Publication No. 126, Oct. 1987.

COURSES WRITTEN FOR FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM CONTINUING EDUCATION DIVISION

  • Randall, A.A. (1999) Environmental Systems (a 3 semester hour college level course for non-engineers)

TECHNICAL REPORTS: CONSULTING, INTERNAL PUBLICATIONS, PROJECT FINAL REPORTS

  • Randall, A.A., LePuil, M., Taylor, J.S., ìFinal Report: Biofilm Measurements in the Pinellas County Drinking Water Distribution Systemî, Prepared for Pinellas County Utilities Department, August 21, 2003.
  • ìPilot Test Summary Report, Project, Phosphorus Removal at the W. Carl Dicks Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF)î,  Prepared for the City of Lakeland, Florida, by Envisors (Steve Elias, P.E., Daniel Magro) and Andrew A. Randall, Ph.D., P.E., July 12, 2002.
  • Taylor, J.S., Hong, S.K., Randall, A.A., Naser, S., ìInvestigation of Biological Growth in a Diffusion Controlled Membrane Systemî, Final Project Report for Investigation of Biological Growth in a Diffusion Controlled Membrane System, Submitted to Pepsi, Co., Orlando, Florida, August 15, 1998.
  • Randall, A., “Golden West Sessil Pilot Study Final Report,” Report for the NSW Corporation. Aug. 1990 (technical report).
  • Randall, A., Randall, C.W., “Pilot Study of Sessil Media For a Cellulose Acetate Manufacturing Plant Wastewater,” Report for the NSW Corporation and the Center for Innovative Technology (of Va.). Aug. 1990 (technical report).
  • Ph.D. Dissertation : “The Effect of Substrate Chemistry On Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Intracellular Phosphate Form And Location, And The Resulting Population Structure Of Sequencing Batch Reactors Receiving Synthetic Wastewater”, Ph.D. Dissertation, Dept. Civ. Eng., Auburn University, Auburn, ALA, UMI No. 9411434, 1993. Larry Benefield, Ph.D., P.E., Major Professor.
  • M.S. Thesis : “Operational And Exocellular Biopolymer Characteristics Of Sludges Generated From An Air Products And A Conventional Activated Sludge System”, M.S. Thesis, Dept. Civ. Eng., Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, 1987. John T. Novak, Ph.D., P.E., Major Professor.

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