PhD Positions

Research projects

5th call is closed.

Closing date: 12 May 2017 (5 pm Dutch time).

5.1 ESBL producing E. coli bacteria and resistance genes – a catchment approach - environmental or clinical microbiology - 1st promotor: Prof.dr. Ana Maria de Roda Husman (Utrecht University, IRAS), 2nd promotor: Prof.dr. Jack Schijven (Utrecht University)
5.2 Energy harvesting from dielectric breakdown in water - physics, physical chemistry - Promotors: Prof. Jan Marijnissen (TUDelft), Prof. Jakob Woisetschläger (TU Graz)
5.3 Fluorescence based detection of virus retention and inactivation efficiency of membrane filters - physical chemistry or physics with an interest in nanobiology/biotechnology – promotor: Prof.dr. Mireille Claessens (University of Twente)
5.4 Development and scale-up of liquid crystalline based polymeric membranes with aligned uniform pores - organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, membrane technology - promotor: Prof.dr.ir. Kitty Nijmeijer (Eindhoven University of Technology) and Prof. dr. Albert Schenning (Eindhoven University of Technology)
5.5 Development of a reversible bipolar membrane for a saltwater-based battery - organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, membrane technology – promotor: Prof.dr.ir. Kitty Nijmeijer, Eindhoven University of Technology
5.6 Application of Bio-Electrochemical Systems for current driven ammonium recovery - environmental sciences/engineering, chemical engineering, bioprocess engineering - promotor: prof. dr.ir. Cees Buisman (Wageningen University)
5.7 Effective organic matter treatment to improve soil fertility – biotechnology - promotor: prof. dr.ir. Cees Buisman (Wageningen University)
5.8 Biologically stimulated organic matter to improve soil fertility - soil ecology - promotor: prof. dr.ir. Cees Buisman (Wageningen University)
5.9 A novel electro-driven separation process using functionalized electrodes for resource recovery from water - chemistry, chemical engineering - promotor: Prof.dr. Han Zuilhof (Wageningen University)
5.10 Polyelectrolyte based nanofiltration membranes for the treatment of complex oil/water/solids mixtures - chemical engineering - promotor: Prof.dr.ir Rob Lammertink, University of Twente
5.11 Decarbonisation of seawater for CO2 capture and high-yield desalination - chemical engineering, process technology, applied physics - promotor: Prof.dr.Ir. Chris Kleijn, Delft University of Technology
5.12 Photocatalytic membranes for water treatment - (chemical) engineering - promotor: Prof.dr.ir Rob Lammertink, University of Twente
5.13 Lactose recovery from delactosed whey permeate (DLP) by Eutectic Freeze Crystallization - chemical engineering, mechanical engineering - promotor: Prof.dr.ir. Albert van der Padt, Wageningen University