Department Process Engineering
The research focus of the Process Engineering Department (ENG) ranges from current and future wastewater and drinking water treatment problems, as well as water pollution control and resource reuse. Our long-term goal is to develop sustainable concepts of the water and nutrient cycle in residential areas.
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Ballikaya, P., Brunner, I., Cocozza, C., Grolimund, D., Kaegi, R., Murazzi, M. E., … Cherubini, P. (2023). First evidence of nanoparticle uptake through leaves and roots in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and pine (Pinus sylvestris L.). Tree Physiology, 43(2), 262-276. doi:10.1093/treephys/tpac117, Institutional Repository
Ballikaya, P., Brunner, I., Cocozza, C., Grolimund, D., Kaegi, R., Murazzi, M. E., … Cherubini, P. (2023). Nanoparticles are everywhere, even inside trees. Chimia, 77(4), 256. doi:10.2533/chimia.2023.256, Institutional Repository
Bou-Sarkis, A., Paul, E., Girbal-Neuhauser, E., Derlon, N., & Bessiere, Y. (2023). Detection of gel-forming polymers via calcium crosslinking, applied to the screening of extracellular polymeric substances extracted from biological aggregates. Gels, 9(2), 157 (14 pp.). doi:10.3390/gels9020157, Institutional Repository
Brison, A., Rossi, P., & Derlon, N. (2023). Single CSTR can be as effective as an SBR in selecting PHA-storing biomass from municipal wastewater-derived feedstock. Water Research X, 18, 100165 (13 pp.). doi:10.1016/j.wroa.2023.100165, Institutional Repository