A new paper in Water Research showing how high strength sulfate wastewaters can be treated in bioelectrochemical systems in view of sulfur recovery
Albert Guisasola and Laura Rago had oral presentations on the recent work of the group concerning bioelectrochemical systems.
The Leading Edge Technology conference (LET) is devoted to innovation in the field of water technology, allowing to bring research and development to rapid practical application. This IWA initiative improves the instruments for water management, and widens their scope - with a focus on integrating urban water systems and river basins.
GENOCOV contributed with a keynote and two oral presentations in the 1st International Conference on Bionergy and Climate Change.
At last! The SMART-Plant project starts and GENOCOV has a strong participation in this project!
GENOCOV was represented at ISEB2016 by Carlos Ramos and María Eugenia Suárez-Ojeda
A new paper titled "Performance of microbial electrolysis cells with bioanodes grown at different external resistances" by Clara Reino, María Eugenia Suárez-Ojeda, Julio Pérez and Julián Carrera has been published in Water Research (2016), 101, 147–156.
Dr. Jianhua Guo (AWMC, University of Queensland) new visiting researcher at GENOCOV.
A new paper entitled "Effect of gas-liquid flow pattern and microbial diversity analysis of a pilot-scale biotrickling filter for anoxic biogas desulfurization" by F. Almengló, T. Bezerra, J. Lafuente, D. Gabriel, M. Ramírez, D. Cantero has been published in Chemosphere 157 (2016), 215-223.Sulfide oxidation coupled to denitrification by sulfide-oxidizing nitrate-reducing bacteria (SO-NR) in anoxic biotrickling filters (BTFs) has been shown as an alternative for biogas desulfurization.
Francesco Spennati is an environmental engineer currrently pursuing its International Doctorate In Civil and Environmental Engineering. Francesco thesis is a Joint Research PhD Thesis between the University of Florence and the Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona. Giulio Munz and David Gabriel (GENOCOV) are Francesco’s PhD thesis supervisors.