Environmental Technologies for Contaminated Solids, Soils and Sediments

Categoria: 5th cohort

Sandra Viviana Bolanos Benitez

Understanding of (bio)geochemical processes which control chromium release, speciation and isotopic fractionation in ultramafic environments impacted by mining activities Ultramafic systems are often synonym with high chromium (Cr) content in [ … ]

Douglas Oswaldo Pino Herrera

Experimental analysis and modeling aspects of the removal of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soil slurry bioreactors Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH)-contaminated soils are a great environmental and public health concern nowadays. [ … ]

Shrutika Laxmikant Wadgaonkar

Novel Bioremediation Processes for Treatment of Seleniferous Soils and Sediment The aim of this Ph.D. was to develop a technology for the remediation of seleniferous soils/sediments and to explore microbial [ … ]

Jairo Hernán Moreno Osorio

Microalgal biofilms for nutrient removal from industrial wastewater The aim of this Ph.D. research was to develop a bench scale microalgae biofilm technology for phosphorus rich effluents toward the production [ … ]

Gabriele Mancini

Different approaches to enhance the biogas production from the anaerobic digestion of lignocellulosic materials Biogas production via anaerobic digestion (AD) is a long-standing renewable technology and a continuously growing bioprocess [ … ]

Kyriaki Kiskira

Nitrate removal and Fe(III) recovery through Fe(II)-driven denitrification with different microbial cultures Ferrous iron mediated autotrophic denitrification is an innovative bioprocess for nitrate removal, simultaneously with iron oxidation in wastewaters. [ … ]

Lea Chua

Anaerobic treatment of mine wastewater for the removal of selenate and its co-contaminants This research aimed at addressing the effect of wastewater characteristics (i.e. co-contaminants, heavy metals and pH) on [ … ]