NanoElectroMembrane Processes for the Removal of Trace Pollutants in Water Reuse
This Postdoc position builds on ongoing research projects in the area of NanoElectroMembrane processes for the removal of trace pollutants during water reuse. The main aim of this project is to fabricate an electrochemical membrane and extend its applications in environmental monitoring and remediation. The research is carried out in collaboration with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Technion, in Israel. The project is developed with the following objectives, i) design and set-up of an electrochemical membrane filtration system, ii) develop a suitable membrane with good electrochemical properties, iii) study the effectiveness of membrane for the removal of micropollutants.