Students’ Pilot Laboratory for Homogeneous Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design in Olive Mill Wastewater Treatment

  • J.M. Ochando-Pulido University of Granada • 18071 Granada, Spain

Abstract

The Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Granada have endeavored to make a number of high quality experiments to familiarize our students with our latest research and also scale-up of processes. A pilot-scale wastewater treatment plant was set-up to give students a close practical view of the treatments of effluents by-produced in different industries. The overall quality of the student work resulting from this pilot experience is excellent, and their feedback has been very positive.

Author Biography

J.M. Ochando-Pulido, University of Granada • 18071 Granada, Spain

Javier Miguel Ochando-Pulido is an active researcher in the membrane field, especially in advanced oxidation processes, adsorption, and membrane technologies. He completed his undergraduate studies and Ph.D. at the University of Granada (Spain). He continued his postdoctoral research in the Chemical Engineering Department of the University of Granada, where he works as a lecturer. He is the author of a wide range of papers published in international peer-reviewed scientific journals, as well as contributions to conference proceedings and several oral speeches at international congresses. Currently, he is the main supervisor of the National Project CTM2014-61105-JIN, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.


Published
2017-09-25
Section
Manuscripts