On December 3 at 15:00 at the Aula of the TU Delft, Mr. Motasem Abushaban succesfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled “Assessing bacterial growth potential in seawater reverse osmosis pretreatment”.
The Desalination School was organized by IHE Delft and Aqualia. 65 participants from academia, industry, and water utilities participated of the event.
The event was sponsored by the EU-H2020 MIDES project.
Five research studies were presented at the biennial Desalination World Congress in Dubai, October 2019.
The IHE’s desalination group was represented by:
- Dr. Sergio Salinas
- Dr. Nirajan Dhakal
- Motasem Abushaban, MSc
- Mohanad Abunada, MSc
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Magdalena Armendariz defended successfully her PhD dissertation entitled “Técnicas anti-bioensuciamiento en membranas de ósmosis inversa para desalinización en las costas de Sonora”.
The work was supervised by Dr. Gustavo Fimbres (ITSON, Mexico) and Dr. Sergio Salinas of IHE Delft (Netherlands).