23 August 2022
The Complexity of Water-Reuse
This course is offered within the context of challenge-based learning. Participants will be divided into teams to tackle real-life challenge together with experts from their fields. They will be asked to design a complete wastewater treatment and re-use scheme for a decentralized industrial area. This industrial area consists of several industrial companies that currently use ground and potable water as their water source. Many users already treat their incoming water to their specific needs (e.g., hardness removal). After use, water with different pollutants is discharged to the sewage system, accompanied by a discharge cost for the companies. In your design take a multidisciplinary approach, tackling all technical, economic, environmental aspects as well as the overall governance.
Dr. Nieck Benes - Vice Dean of the faculty of Science and Technology (portfolio education)
EUR 775: The CuriousU all-in-package consists of these components:
Social programme, including games, sports and workshops
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee & tea
Accommodation in a tent at the campus of UT
There are no scholarships available! Please contact your home university for any funding opportunities.