|Teaching method||Contact hours|
|Course coordinator(s)||ir. PHA van Dorenmalen|
|Examiner(s)||dr. CM Plugge|
|prof. dr. GJW Euverink (RUG)|
|dr. G Olivieri|
|Prof. dr. ir. KJ Keesman|
|dr. ir. BG Temmink|
Language of instruction:
Assumed knowledge on:
XWT-24305 Physical Chemistry in Water Technology; XWT-20305 Mathematical Principles in Water Technology; XWT-23805 Transport Phenomena in Water Technology; XWT-21805 Water Microbiology
To provide students with in-depth knowledge on a research topic within the field of water technology research.
The subject is not fixed. Students will choose their own topic and write a literature review/essay under guidance of a supervisor.
After the course the student is able to:
- use various library and computer databases to search thoroughly for literature on a (to the student) unknown subject;
- analyze the literature and identify and select the information needed to write a report;
- perform various lab-experiments using advanced methods commonly used in water technology research (optional);
- write a paper and/or give a presentation stating the foremost findings from the literature, and is able to compare and discuss them.
Students are required to work individually on a certain subject by literature, desk- top studies and lab-experiments (optional).
Final paper and/or presentation (oral exam).
Starting literature will be provided.