TU Delft

As one of the world’s leading training grounds for engineers, TU Delft views its role in society as supplying technological solutions that take us significantly further along the road towards sustainability and a flourishing economy. TU Delft positions itself as an open academic community which, through its scientific personnel and graduates, is represented throughout the academic world and is rooted in their own regional and national, social and economic environment.

Postbus 5
2600 AA Delft
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)15 27 89111
E-mail: info@tudelft.nl

1. Roelof Moll
Roelof Moll

is the executive Project Coordinator for Delft University of Technology for the H2020 projects ZERO BRINE and BRIGAID. With a degree in Applied Mathematics from Twente University, he worked at Delft Hydraulics as Division Director: Rivers Navigation and Structures. He also worked at Royal HaskoningDHV as Project Director: Water, Business Unit, and as Director: International Water Resources & Ecology, as well as Director: Advisory Group Rivers and Coasts. He has directed large international water projects in Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin-America.

2. Linda Roos
Linda Roos

EU Project Coordinator

3. Yasmina Doekhi-Bennani

Postdoctoral Researcher, Civil Engineering and Geosciences

4. Hamed Rastegarianjahromi

is a candidate for Professional Doctorate in Environmental and Sanitary Engineering. He graduated from Shiraz University as BSc Chemical Engineer and from KULeuven University as MSc Water Resources Engineer. He worked in an Environmental Research Center at Shiraz University as a researcher focusing on resource recovery and biofuel production using microalgae. He did his master thesis with the collaboration of KULeuven University, AQUAFIN and VMM developing a dynamic model to monitor the fate and behavior of micropollutants in the river systems. He is now the key researcher and coordinating the team in WP2 of the ZERO BRINE project.

5. Prof. Dr. Ir. Luuk Rietveld

is professor of Drinking Water & Urban Water Cycle Technology since 2010. He is Chairman of the Department of Water Management, Delft University of Technology, and focuses his research activities focus on treatment processes. His special interests include: water quality and treatment, wastewater reclamation, water & IT, water and sanitation for the poor.

6. Henri Spanjers

graduated as an Environmental Engineer from the Wageningen University. He worked with a number of research institutes in various EU countries and was project director with a consultancy firm. He is currently assoc. professor at Delft University of Technology, faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, where he leads the Industry Water group.