"With online education we can share knowledge anywhere in the world and learn from the situations in sewage treatment abroad. Moreover, the online material gives the opportunity for on-campus courses to flip the classroom and create more time for discussion, exercises and formative assessment in class."
Merle de Kreuk is a Professor of Environmental Technology in the Water Management Department of the Delft University of Technology. Her research focus is on (municipal and industrial) wastewater treatment systems and anaerobic digestion processes.
Merle is one of the co-founders of the aerobic granular sludge technology.
Her main research topics are hydrolysis processes in anaerobic treatment and granule formation and deterioration.
Professor of Environmental Technology in the Water Management Department of the Delft University of Technology
PhD in Biotechnology, Delft University of Technology
MSc in Environmental Engineering, Wageningen University and Research Centre
- Keuten, MGA, Peters, MCFM, Daanen, HAM, Kreuk, MK de, Rietveld, LC & Dijk, JC van (2014). Quantification of continual anthropogenic pollutant release in swimming pools. Water Research, 53(April), 259-270.
- Keuten, MGA, Peters, MCFM, Daanen, HAM, Kreuk, MK de, Rietveld, LC & Dijk, JC van (2014). Quantification of continual anthropogenic pollutants released in swimming pools. Water Research, 53(April), 259-270.
- Pronk, M, Bassin, JP, Kreuk, MK de, Kleerebezem, R & Loosdrecht, MCM van (2014). Evaluating the main and side effects of high salinity on aerobic granular sludge. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 98(3), 1339-1348.
- Munoz Sierra, JD, Kreuk, MK de, Spanjers, H & Lier, JB van (2013). Anaerobic membrane bioreactor under extreme conditions. In s.n. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1st Delft Process Technology Institute annual event 2013 (pp. 1-1). Delft: Delft process technology institute.
- Loosdrecht, MCM van, Pronk, M & Kreuk, MK de (2014). Nederlandse waterzuivering als export-product: Door Peter Baeten. Update - STW Relatiemagazine, 2(2), 9-11.