Environmental Technologies for Contaminated Solids, Soils and Sediments

Categoria: 2nd cohort

Rohan Jain

Biogenic nanoparticles of elemental selenium : synthesis, characterization and relevance in wastewater treatment   Nanoparticles exhibit many unique properties as compared to bulk materials owning to their high surface to [ … ]

Nang Htay Yin

Contribution of Isotopic Techniques to the Study of Metallurgical Slags Bio/weathering Primary smelting slags, known as Lead Blast Furnace (LBF) and Imperial Smelting Furnace (ISF), are generated by the former [ … ]

Marina Seder Colomina

Sphaerotilus natans, a neutrophilic iron-related filamentous bacterium : mechanisms of uranium scavenging   Heavy metals and radionuclides are present in some ecosystems worldwide due to natural contaminations or anthropogenic activities. [ … ]

Maria Rosaria Mattei

Mathematical modelling of multispecies biofilms for wastewater treatment   This dissertation relates to the applications of a one-dimensional mathematical model for multispecies biofilm formation and growth. The model consists of [ … ]

Joana Cassidy

Optimization of Biological Sulphate Reduction to Treat Inorganic Wastewaters: Process Control and Potential Use of Methane as Electron Donor   This work investigated two different approaches to optimize biological sulphate [ … ]

Hugo Olvera-Vargas

Study on the Fate of Pharmaceuticals in Aqueous Media: Synthesis Characterization and Detection of Biotic and Abiotic Transformation Products using Electrochemical Advanced Oxidation Processes and Bioconversions The present study contributes [ … ]