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Chair of Urban Water Management
Urban Water Management is a classic component of construction engineering and deals with the water cycle and related material flows in urban and rural areas. Basic aims are safeguarding of municipal hygiene, water and resource protection ensuring convenience and safety of urban people. Special topics in research are for instance alternative sanitary systems for sparsely populated and high density areas, reduction of water pollution caused by combined sewer overflows by development of offshore storage and advanced treatment systems, climate-friendly energy production in wastewater treatment plants and development and optimisation of treatment technologies.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Barjenbruch
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Barjenbruch is head of the Department of Urban Water Management, Institute of Civil Engineering at TU Berlin since 2006. From 1996 to 2005 he worked as senior engineer at the University of Rostock. His main research topics are prevention of odour and corrosion in sewer systems and wastewater management and treatment. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Barjenbruch is member in different workgroups and technical committees of the German Water Association.
Dr.-Ing. Kathrin Gantner
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Dr.-Ing. Kathrin Gantner is senior researcher at the Department of Urban Water Management at the Technical University Berlin. After getting experiences in a research institute she worked as a project manager in a consulting engineer company and switched later to the Technical University Berlin as lecturer and postgraduate. After her PhD thesis she run several national and international research projects for advanced waste water and storm water treatment in urban areas.