Our team has vast experience in organization, implementation and management of large international research consortia and ensures that current research topics will always be handled under highest quality standards. The expertise of our employees and staff includes among others the disciplines of Civil Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Hydrology, Environmental engineering and Process Engineering.
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Dr.-Ing. Pascale RouaultCompetenceSewer Asset Management, Impact on water bodies, Bathing waters, Modelling of sewer systems, Modelling and data analysis of anthropogenic influences on water courses, Monitoring, Sustainable wastewater and stormwater management in urban areas, Stormwater management, Trace organic compounds in stormwaterProjectsAdvanced Urban Water Management to Efficiently Ensure Bathing Water Quality (iBathWater), Asset Management Strategies for Sewer Systems (SEMA), Construction and Renovation as a Source of Pollution (UFOPLAN BaSaR), Digital Water City: Leading Urban Water Management to its Digital Future (DWC), Hygienically Relevant Microorganisms and Pathogens in Multifunctional Water Bodies and Hydrologic Circles (FLUSSHYGIENE), Implementation of Sponge City Concepts in China (KEYS), Modeling and Impact Assessment of Combined Sewer Overflows (SAM-CSO), Monitoring and Impact Assessment of Combined Sewer Overflows (MIA-CSO), Monitoring of Combined Sewer Overflows (MONITOR), Natural Buffer Zones for the Protection of Drinking Water Resources (AQUISAFE-1), New Measures to Reduce Water Pollution of Trace Organic Compounds in Urban Rainwater Runoff – Two Novel Technologies and a Planning Guideline (SpuR), Nitrogen Limitation in Freshwaters (NITROLIMIT), Optimisation of Sewer Inspection and Rehabilitation Strategies (RELIABLE SEWER), Planning Criteria for Climate-just Cities (netWORKS4), Resource Planning for City Districts (R2Q), Support of Sewer Inspection and Investment Strategies by means of Deterioration Models (SEMA-Berlin 2), Supporting Sewer Inspection and Investment Strategies (SEMA-Berlin-1)
Dipl.-Geoök. Michael RustlerCompetenceData science, Energetic optimisation of well field operation, Grundwassermodellierung, Reproducibility of research results
M.Eng. Jan SchützCompetenceWastewater Engineering, Bioprocess engineering, Chemical Process Engineering, Computer Fluid Dynamics, Measurement & Control Technology, Process Simulation, Thermal Process Engineering, Water & wastewater engineering
Dr. Hella SchwarzmüllerPositionHead of Department "Groundwater"CompetenceOperation & maintenance of drinking water wells, Decision support systems, Hydromechanical well rehabilitation, Project managementProjectsDigital Water City: Leading Urban Water Management to its Digital Future (DWC), Geological CO2 Storage and Other Emerging Subsurface Activities (COSMA), Hydraulics of Artificial Groundwater Recharge under Changing Climatic Conditions in Berlin (HYDRA), Microbial Clogging in Technical Systems (ANTIOCKER), Operation and Maintenance of Drinking Water Wells – Phase 1 (WELLMA-1), Operation and Maintenance of Drinking Water Wells – Phase 2 (WELLMA-2), Strategies for the Continuous Monitoring of Flow Times (T-MON)
Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang SeisCompetenceBayesian data analysis, Sanitary and hydro chemical risk assessment, Project management, Water reuse
Dr. Christoph SprengerCompetenceGroundwater replenishment, Hydrochemical processes, Hydrogeological Field Methods, Isotope Studies, Numerical Modeling, Surface Water-Groundwater Interaction, Bank Filtration, Water-Rock InteractionProjectsHydraulics of Artificial Groundwater Recharge under Changing Climatic Conditions in Berlin (HYDRA), Safe and Sustainable Water Supply in India (SAPH PANI), Smart Framework for Real-time Monitoring and Control of Subsurface Processes in Managed Aquifer Recharge Applications (SMART-Control), Strategies for the Continuous Monitoring of Flow Times (T-MON)