Chair of Urban Water Systems Engineering

Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Jörg E. Drewes

Welcome to the Chair of Urban Water Systems Engineering at the Technische Universität München. Our research activities are centered around sustainable, energy-efficient urban water and wastewater systems, energy recovery from wastewater and anaerobic technologies, storm water treatment and management, microbial systems, engineered natural treatment systems, advanced water treatment (membrane- and oxidation hybrid processes), water recycling, and state-of-the-art analytical tools for process control and water quality.

News

12.06.2016

New Research Article by Horstmeyer et al. 2016

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Status Analysis of the Bavarian Sewer System Part 2: Assessment of Condition, Rehabilitation Requirement and Overall Investment Volume[more]

19.05.2016

New Research Article by Maruya et al. 2016

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Multimedia screening of contaminants of emerging concern (CECS) in coastal urban watersheds in southern California (USA)[more]

13.05.2016

New Research Article by Oladoja et al. 2016

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Towards the development of a reactive filter from green resource for groundwater defluoridation[more]

12.05.2016

New Research Article by Horstmeyer et al. 2016

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A novel test method to determine the filter material service life of decentralized systems treating runoff from traffic areas[more]

09.05.2016

New Research Article by Horstmeyer et al. 2016

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Status Analysis of the Bavarian Sewer System Part 1: Procedure and General Statistical Details on the Sewer Network[more]

17.04.2016

New Research Article by Drewes and Horstmeyer 2016

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Stategies and potentials for energy optimization of water reuse[more]

17.04.2016

New Research Article by Horstmeyer et al. 2016

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Evaluation of site-specific factors influencing heavy metal contents in the topsoil of vegetated infiltration swales[more]

05.04.2016

New Research Article by Heim et al. 2016

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Ozone III: Application of Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes for Inactivation of Microbial Contaminants in Different Water Matrices[more]

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