Date of Course
10 and 11 December 2018
This course provides comprehensive, up-to-date information on the design and operational aspects of MBR technology and its applications. It is aimed at a broad section of stakeholders, including end users, consultants, contractors, regulators, technology providers and researchers in wastewater treatment technology for both industrial and municipal effluents.
Professor Simon Judd
With over 25 years’ post-doctorate experience in both academic and industrial R&D, Simon’s work has spanned all aspects of water and wastewater treatment technology.
Simon has an extensive network of contacts within the water industry, both nationally and internationally and has provided a full range of consultancy services to industry clients, from technology appraisal to troubleshooting of full-scale installations.
He currently occupies the Maersk Oil Professorial Chair in Environmental Engineering at Qatar University. He is also Professor in Membrane Technology at the Cranfield Water Science Institute at Cranfield University in the UK, where he has been a staff member since 1992.
Simon has procured and managed a number of large, industrially-focused collaborative R&D programmes. His areas of research have been based primarily on membrane technology, and he has successfully supervised over 30 research student programmes (22 at doctorate level). Having over 170 publications and an h index of 39 (SCOPUS), Simon has published extensively in the peer-reviewed research literature. He is the Author of ‘The MBR Book’ (two editions), ‘Waterrmaths’ (two editions), and ‘Industrial MBRs’. Co-author of three other reference/text books on membrane technology and general water and wastewater treatment design. Chapters contributed to five other general reference books.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and Associate Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers. In 2015, he was voted no. 5 in Water and Wastewater International’s website poll Celebrating the Water Industry’s High Fliers.
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