ICL Research Profile

AI For Environmental Remediation


The AI For Environmental Remediation Project is funded by the AI Tennessee Initiative, and it focuses on applying AI-driven tools to reduce environmental toxicity stemming from nuclear and radiochemical processes. The project contributes to the University’s mission of leading research and development efforts to increase sustainability. The goal of the project is to design AI-driven solutions (1) to reduce environmental contamination from anthropogenic sources, and (2) to develop environmentally friendly separations of Rare Earth Elements (REEs).

The team includes members from The University of Tennessee Knoxville, the UT Institute of Agriculture, the University of Central Florida, and the University of California, Los Angeles.

In Collaboration With

  1. University of California Los Angeles
  2. University of Central Florida
  3. UT Institute of Agriculture