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11 Aug AQUAPORIN ACADEMY – NEXT GENERATION OF RESERCHERS IS READY

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AQUAPORIN ACADEMY 2017 GRADUATED 

Today, Aquaporin congratulate their Bachelor and Master students in achieving great results.

Claus Helíx Nielsen, Chief Technology Officer comments: “to follow their progress and growth both academically and personally during the last 6 months has been inspirational. A success that leaves us with a great dynamic”.

The mix of an industrial setting and real study cases combined with the innovative mind-set and knowledge of students is what makes the Academy a continuously success.

We thank all our students for their hard work and determination – and we wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors! We also thank the associated university supervisors and external examiners for their continued interest and support to our Academy activities.

 Students and projects in Aquaporin Academy, H1 2017.

Laura, a Master’s Student at The Aquaporin Academy. Her thesis is titled “Concentration of highly charged industrial wastewater sources using forward osmosis – from laboratory scale to pilot scale”.

Aske, a Master’s Student at The Aquaporin Academy. His thesis is titled “CFD Analysis of hollow fiber module design for forward osmosis applications”

Weam, a Master’s Student at The Aquaporin Academy. Weam’s project is titled “A Forward Osmosis draw recovery system for food applications”.

Rohit, a Master’s Student at The Aquaporin Academy. Rohit’s project is titled: “Techno-Economic Feasibility of Forward/Reverse Osmosis Solutions to Treat Industrial Wastewater”.

Tolla, a Master’s Student at The Aquaporin Academy. His thesis is titled “Up-concentration of alcoholic fermentation effluents using FO membranes”.

Andreas and Simon, Bachelor Students at The Aquaporin Academy. Their bachelor project is titled “Optimization of process conditions for hollow fiber modules in Forward osmosis applications”.

Anders and Malthe, Bachelor students at The Aquaporin Academy. Their bachelor project is titled “How the Aquaporin Inside™ coating process of a Hollow Fiber (HF) module can be optimized and the work supported by a semi-automated system.

For more information about the Aquaporin Academy please visit our LinkedIn page

To apply for internships or projects starting in January/February 2018, please send your CV, grades and letter of application to academy@aquaporin.dk no later than October 152017.