General description and objectives (September to December - level Master 2)
The impact of human activities on water resources is increasing year after year. Potabilization fields tend to become wastewater resource recovery fields (nutrients that can be used in agriculture, heat, biogas production, reuse of treated water...).
In this context, the specialization in water treatment aims at mastering a wide range of skills necessary for :
- The design, implementation and operation of water treatment systems, taking into account technical, legal, managerial and institutional aspects
- The development of a range of treatment techniques to meet these challenges: treatment of micropollutants, optimization of energy systems, decentralized management (source separation of urine andfaeces)
- The acquisition of these knowledge and skills thus builds a profile combining skills in the field of processes, network hydraulics and integrated resource management.
The specificity of this thematic semester is its diversity, indeed, it proposes an opening towards new techniques, processes and modeling.
This thematic semester can be taught in English
Coordinator : LAURENT Julien