I work with: Energy Geoscience and Engineering, Materials Design, Modeling & Simulation, Unconventional Shale Science
Patrick Brady is a Senior Scientist at Sandia National Laboratories and has authored or co-authored several dozen peer-reviewed journal articles, 11 patents, in the fields of water treatment, contaminant chemistry, enhanced oil recovery, nuclear waste disposal, and climate change. He’s been at Sandia since 1993 while serving as the adjunct Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico since 1998. Before Sandia he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at SMU in Dallas, Texas.
Brady has written, edited, or co-edited books on Soil Radiochemistry, Desalination and Water Treatment, Mineral Surface Chemistry, and Natural Attenuation of Groundwater Contaminants. He is on the Research Advisory Committee of the WateReuse Foundation, the Editorial Board of Chemical Geology, and the Science Advisory Board of the Association for the Environmental Health of Soils.
Bachelors - Geology, University of California at Berkeley (1984)
Ph.D. - Geochemistry, Northwestern (1990)
Thesis Topic: Chemical Controls over Silicate Weathering
Post-doc - ETH-EAWAG, Dübendorf, Switzerland
American Institute of Chemical Engineers