Dr. Sozzi has broad interests in the role of innovative engineering infrastructures in the control of domestic and global WaSH-related infectious diseases and protecting global public health in general. His current research focuses on four areas: 1) technologies for the physico-chemical treatment of water and wastewater; 2) water reuse; 3) environmental justice focused research to prepare NC communities to be more resilient to extreme weather events (i.e. global warming mitigation); and 4) water- and sanitation-safety-planning (WSP and SSP).
Topics of particular interest within these areas include:
Dr. Sozzi has previously worked as a consultant for international governmental, non-governmental and private organizations, such as the World Health Organization, MSF (Doctors without Borders) and Oxfam.