PhD
Positions

Research projects

The 9th call is open now
Application deadline: 24 May 2019 (12am CET)
  

9.1 Multicomponent mass transport modeling of water desalination with reverse osmosis - physics, chemical, mechanical engineering - Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. Walter van der Meer (University of Twente, Membrane Science & Technology)
9.2 Mechanistic understanding of micropollutant removal in RO/NF systems for clean water production - physics, chemical engineering - Promotor: Prof. dr. Bert van der Wal (Wageningen University), Co-promotor: Dr. Evan Spruijt (Radboud University Nijmegen)
9.3 Characterisation and tuning of DOLLOPs in potable waters - physical chemistry, chemistry, physics with experience in optics - Promotors: Prof. Herman Offerhaus (Twente University), Prof. Jakob Woisetschläger (TU Graz)
9.4 Selective nitrate/chloride separation from process water - (synthetic) chemistry, chemical engineering - Promotors: Dr. ir. Louis de Smet and Prof. Dr. Han Zuilhof (Wageningen University)
9.5 Potential of an innovative ultrapure water production plant with biological activated carbon filters - environmental engineering, chemical engineering, biological water treatment - Promotor: to be defined
9.6 Restoring the natural water cycle over arable land - Meteorology, Hydrology, or an equivalent Earth Sciences - Promotor: Prof.dr Bert Holtslag (Wageningen University, Meteorology and Air Quality)
9.7 Remote monitoring of hydrocarbons in groundwater through sensor data fusion - hydro(geo)logy, environmental chemistry, chemical engineering, electrical engineering - Promotor: prof. dr. ir. L.C. (Luuk) Rietveld (TU Delft, dep. of Water Management), Co-promotor: dr. B.M. (Boris) van Breukelen (TU Delft, dep. of Water Management)
9.9 Nanofiltration of greywater effluent to remove micropollutants - process engineering, environmental technology - Promotor: Prof. dr.ir. H.D.W. Roesink and Prof. dr. ir. W van der Meer. Co-promotor: Dr. Ir. J de Grooth (all from University of Twente)  
   

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