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Student projects at ISAH

Are you interested in a student project (studies, seminars, bachelor, master or diploma thesis) in one of the research work areas of our institute?

ISAH, as a multi departmental research institution, offers interesting and exciting oportunities in research and industrial projects.

Below you find an overview of current projects and proposals at ISAH. The topics are structured according to the three main fields of the institute in "Sanitary Engineering, Water Supply and Industrial Water Management", "Waste Management, Massflow Management and Anaerobic Processes" and "Water and Wastewater Biology". In case you are looking for a specific topic or interested in an ongoing research project, please contact, by e-mail or Tel: 762-2507, the chair of the ISAH to get more information.

Our multidisciplinary research staff is responsible for the supervision of the student project (theoretical and experimental).

If you are interested in a student project, we recommend you to contact us at least four weeks before the start of the project.

Sanitary Engineering, Water Supply and Industrial Water Management

Economical und ecological assessment of treatment processes

  • Type of work: Bachelor or Masterthesis, Research Project
  • Supervisor: Nils Kabisch

Waste Management, Massflow Management and Anaerobic Processes

Comparative Analysis of Power Conversion Technologies to utilize low temperature heat from waste biomass pyrolysis

- Literature Review and Prozess evaluation regarding available Power Conversion Technologies from Heat
- Comparative Analysis of Power Conversion Technologies with respect to multiple selection criteria (e.g. Expenses, Efficiency, Environmental Impact)
- Development of a module concept to include the selected power conversion technology in an existing pyrolysis process of waste biomass

Thermodynamic analysis of external heating options for solar sludge drying greenhouse

- Literature research on external heating options
- Thermodynamic analysis and evaluation

Fecal sludge treatment/ management in south asia

- Literature research on best available techniques
- Mass and energy flow analysis for the techniques
- Comparison of treatment techniques using MCA

Energetic and economic comparison of biogas utilization (CHP, Upgradation) for AD of biomass

- Energy and Exergy analysis and balance
- Ecologic Evaluation
- Comparative Assesment

Elimination of heavy metalls from landfill leachate through activated carbon adsorption

- Literature review of heavy metal adsorption
- Lab experiments with landfill leachate and different activated carbon samples (or zeolithes)
- evaluation using standard methods (Langmuir-Isotherm approach etc.)
- therewith design of an activated carbon adsorption plant

Exergoeconomic comparison of biogas utilization (CHP, Upgradation) for AD of biomass

- Exergetic analysis and balance for AD plus CHP & AD plus Upgradation
- Exergy unit cost estimation (exergoeconomic), analysis and evaluation for AD plus CHP & AD plus Upgradation
- Comparison of exergoeconomics for CHP and Upgradation

Economic/Exergoeconomic analysis of biogas production and energy utilization through CHP

- Energy analysis and balance
- Exergetic analysis and balance
- Exergy unit cost estimation (exergoeconomic), analysis and evaluation

Comparative analysis/evaluation of Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA) Methodologies for Environmental Engineering Applications

- MCA methodologies
- Benchmark description and analysis
- Application in Environemntal Engineering

 

 

 

Water and Wastewater Biology

Maths meets Bio - Ammonia removal in engineering biofilms

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Occurrence and removal of multiresistant bacteria and genes in wastewater treatment plants

Occurrence and removal of multiresistant bacteria and genes in sludge

Airborne bacterial endotoxins in wastewater treatment plants

Microbiological quality of rainwater and health risks due to the reuse

Assessment of the health risk associated with Legionella contamination regarding the reuse of greywater as process water