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Activities regarding an Indo-German Collaboration in the field of water research

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Located in the western part of Germany
One of the youngest and largest universities (43.000 students)
Three campi: One campus in Duisburg, one campus in Essen,
one campus at the University hospital
Natural and social sciences, economics and business,
engineering sciences
Research at the university focuses on
Nanoscience
Biomedical sciences
Urban systems
Transformation of contemporary societies
University of Duisburg- Essen
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International collaborations
The Centre for Water and
Environmental Research (ZWU)
Dr. Michael Eisinger (Managing Director ZWU)
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ZWU Numbers and facts
Central scientific institution at the University of Duisburg-
Essen (UDE)
150 members out of 22 research groups and 6 faculties of
UDE + external members from the other UAR-universities
(Ruhr University Bochum, Technical University Dortmund),
further institutions and regional water boards
Scientific board with 10 members
Management office and managing director, secretary,
scientific and student assistants
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Future Water Campus
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ZWU Contact
Dr. Michael Eisinger
Managing Director
Centre for Water and Environmental Research
University of Duisburg-Essen
Universitätsstr. 2
45141 Essen
Germany
Tel. + +49 (0)201n183 3890
Email: Michael.Eisinger@uni-due.de
Web: www.uni-due.de/zwu
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Applied Research
Resource protection and water catchment
Process engineering
Water network infrastructure, corrosion protection
Water quality and analysis
Biofilms in drinking and industrial water
Organisation und management
Consulting for the water industry
Basic design Conception Preplanning
Operation Optimisation
Problem-oriented analysis
Practical experience
Innovative solutions
Neutrality
Advanced training, knowledge transfer
National und international conferences
Training und inhouse-seminars
Technology transfer
International consulting
IWW Water Research Institute belongs to UDE
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Affiliated institut of the University Duisburg-Essen
Instrumental Analysis
Prof. Dr. Torsten Schmidt
Hydrogeology - Geosciences
Prof. Dr. Christoph Schüth
Business Accounting &
Controlling
Prof. Dr. Andreas Hoffjan
Research: University Network
Biofilm Centre
Prof. Dr. Rainer Meckenstock
Water Technolgy
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Panglisch
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Management Board
Dr.-Ing. Wolf Merkel Lothar Schüller
Areas of Competence
Water
Resources
Management
Dr. R. Fohrmann
Water
Technology
Dr. D. Stetter
Water Quality
Dr. U. Borchers
Applied
Microbiology
Dr. G. Schaule
Water Economics
& Management
Dipl.-Volksw.
A. Hein
Resource Protection
Water Catchment
System Simulation
Drinking Water
Treatment
Membran
Technology
Corrosion
Prevention
Process-engineering
Analytics
Inorganic
Analysis
Organic Analysis
Mikrobiological
Analysis
Biofilm
Monitoring
Hygiene
Toxicology
Economic
Analysis
Asset
Management
Material Testing
Scientific Board
Water Chemistry
Prof. Dr. T. Schmidt
Water Technology
Prof. Dr.-Ing. S. Panglisch
Water Economics
& Management
Prof. Dr. A. Hoffjan
Microbiology
Prof. Dr. R. Meckenstock
Water Resources
Prof. Dr. C. Schüth
Integrated Water
Resources Management
Water
Networks
Dr. A. Becker
Maintenance
Strategies
Drinking water installation
Organisation &
Processes
Risk Management
Radionunclide
Analysis
Material
Testing
Industrial Systems
Software
ADIS® TEIS®
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IWW Water Centre
Rhein-Main
Rhein-Main
Nord
Rhein-Main
IWW in figures (2016)
120 scientists, engineers, economists and technicians
Sales revenues 9,0 Mio. EUR
35 % Research, 65 % Consulting
Customers
Water supply ca. 50 %
Industrie ca. 25 %
Government
ca. 25 %
Markets
Germany ca. 85 %
Europe / worldwide ca. 15 %
Regional branches
Main location: Mülheim an der Ruhr, NRW
IWW Rhein-Main: Biebesheim, Hessen
IWW Nord: Diepholz, Niedersachsen
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Water Economics & Management at IWW
Process benchmarking
waterworks operation Experience exchange
water networks Development and
application of performance
indicators
Structural features and
cluster analysis
TRiM® in accordance with
DVGW W 1001 TRiM® drinking water
installations in buildings TSM-preparation in
accordance with DVGW
1000
Operational documentation
water supply
Economic studies/
profitability analysis Rehabilitation of drinking
water networks Software ADIS and TEIS for
water analysis
iww-online.de/en/
departments_at_iww/
watereconomy_management/
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Water Technology at IWW
iww-online.de/en/
Departments at_iww/
watertechnology
PlanningDesignStart-up
of Treatment Plants Performance Tests
Treatment Plants Piloting Process Technological
Analytics
Membrane Technology Iron/Manganese Removal Oxidation/AOP Softening
Adsorption processes Disinfection Particle removal
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Department Water Quality at IWW
Microbiological Analysis Legionella Chemical Analysis Radioactivity Analysis
Analysis of Drinking Water Drinking Water Regulation Raw Water Analysis Remediation of Domestic
Plumbing Systems
Training courses for
Samplers Risk Management Concepts
for Water Systems Surface Water analysis
iww-online.de/en/
Departments _at_iww/
waterquality
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Events and publicatoins
Education and training
Muelheim Water technology seminars
Muelheim Water analytical seminars
National and international conferences
Publication (IWW seminar series,
IWW-journal, IWW-Homepage)
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