CONCEIVING WASTEWATER TREATMENT IN 2020
Energetic, environmental and economic challenges (ES1202)
COST

STSMs summary for the 2nd Grant Period (2014)

The following 11 STSMs with a duration between 1.5 to 3 months have been performed during the second grant period.

Name            
Institution                 
Topic Host Institution             

Ricardo Marques    

Universidade Nova de Lisboa (PT)

N2O microelectrode for online monitoring of N2O gas emissions in wastewater treatment systems

ICRA- Catalan Institute for Water Research (ES)

Matteo Papa

University of Brescia (IT)

Fate and removal of endocrine disrupting compounds during anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge

University of Santiago de Compostela (ES)

Joan Dosta

University of Barcelona (ES)

Study of an UASB-type anaerobic membrane bioreactor to treat domestic wastewater and food waste

University of Verona (IT)

Anna Ribera
Guardia

ICRA- Catalan Institute for Water Research, Girona (ES)

N2O production in denitrifying phosphate accumulative organisms

Universidade Nova de Lisboa (PT)

Vânia Bessa

Catholic University of Portugal (PT)

Toxicity effects of pharmaceutical compounds on the activity of aerobic granular sludge

Delft University of Technology (NL)

Kimberly Solon

Lund University (SE)

Extending the ADM1 with Sulfur-related Conversions for Plant-wide Modelling and Benchmarking

Ghent university (BE)

Athanasios Dounavis

FORTH (EL)

Cotreatment of domestic effluents and BOW

University of Verona (IT)

Eftychia-Maria
Drakou

Cyprus University of Technology (CY)

Utilization of wastewater sludge from isolated strain for production of Extracellular Polysaccharide

Catholic University of Porto (PT)

María
Molinos-Senante

University of Valencia (ES)

Assessment of the climatic effect on wastewater treatment costs

Democritus University of Thrace (EL)

Hande Bozkurt

Technical University of Denmark (DK)

Computer-aided framework for synthesis, design and retrofit of municipal WWTP layouts

Delft University of Technology (NL)

Sadurna Morera

University of Girona (ES)

 Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis applied in Life Cycle Inventories

KompetenzZentrum Wasser Berlin gGmbH (DE)