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.



New Research Article by Rajab et al. 2016


Oxidation of bisphenol A by a borondoped diamond electrode in different water matrices: transformation products and inorganic by-products[more]


New Research Article by Oladoja et al. 2016


Influence of organic load on the defluoridation efficiency of nano-magnesium oxide in groundwater[more]


DME-Award for the best Thesis 2015/2016 for Thomas Lippert

Thomas Lippert received the DME e.V. Award for the best thesis 2015/12016 for his Master Thesis „Hydrodynamics and Transport Phenomena within Osmotic Membrane Modules – A Modeling Approach by Use of COMSOL Multiphysics™”[more]


PhD students meeting 2016

In September 2016 we had the opportunity to welcome more than 70 young PhD students from German speaking institutes from Germany, Austria, Luxemburg and Switzerland working in the field of urban water systems engineering. The topic of this year’s annual meeting at the TU Munich...[more]


Doctoral dissertation defense of Dr. Bettina Huber

Congratulations to Dr. Bettina Huber for successfully defending her doctoral dissertation on Sept. 13, 2016 entitled "Biogenic Sulfuric Acid Corrosion in Sludge Digesters - Characterization of the bacterial groups and the corrosion potential”. The PhD committee was...[more]


New Research Article by Eva Tyteca et al. 2016


Possibilities and Limitations of Computer-Assisted Method Development in HILIC: A Case Study[more]


New Research Collaboration with the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague

New Memorandum of Understanding between the Technical University of Munich and the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague[more]


Neuer Zeitschriftenbeitrag von Leix et al. 2016


The role of residual quantities of suspended sludge on nitrogen removal efficiency in a deammonifying moving bed biofilm reactor[more]

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