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

10.01.2017

New Research Article by Schneider et al. 2016

Paper

Approaches to Dimensioning for Percolation Facilities in International Comparison Part 1: Approaches to Dimensioning in Various Countries[more]

02.01.2017

New WHO Report “Protecting Surface Water for Health” published with contribution by Prof. Drewes

Protecting surface water for health Identifying, assessing and managing drinking-water quality risks in surface-water catchments[more]

28.12.2016

New Research Article by Christof Holliger et al. 2016

paper

Towards a standardization of biomethane potential tests[more]

23.12.2016

New Publication by J. E. Drewes and T. Letzel

Publication

Assessing Transformation Products of Chemicals by Non-Target and Suspect Screening − Strategies and Workflows Volume 1 and 2[more]

16.12.2016

New Research Article by Leix et al. 2016

Paper

Performance and N2O Formation of the Deammonification Process by Suspended Sludge and Biofilm Systems—A Pilot-Scale Study[more]

16.12.2016

New Publication by Bieber et al. 2016

Paper

HPLC-Tipps Band 3: Gradient, HILIC, SFC und Trends in der HPLC [more]

16.12.2016

New Research Article by S. Bieber et al. 2016

Paper

Polarity-extended chromatographic separations: a novel view on trace organic compounds in environmental samples. [more]

16.12.2016

New Research Article by Letzel at al. 2016

Paper

FOR-IDENT - Platform International hunt for unknown molecules combining international workflows and software tools.[more]

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German Water Partnership
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