At Delos, Brendan focuses on assessing environmental conditions and identifying new technologies to enhance wellness in the built environment. He has long been committed to finding solutions that have the least impact on the world around us. To that end, Brendan has worked on a wide range of sustainability-focused projects in the fields of indoor air quality, membrane technology, materials characterization, and water treatment and purification. Prior to joining Delos in 2013, he designed, tested, and improved the performance of hydrophilic membranes as part of his work at the University of Connecticut’s (UConn) Sustainable Water and Energy Learning Lab, and conducted research at both the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology (IGB) in Stuttgart, Germany and the UConn’s Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2). Brendan received his MS and BS in Chemical Engineering as well as a BA in German from UConn.