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1. Roelof Moll
Roelof 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
EU Project Coordinator
3. Yasmina Doekhi-Bennani
Postdoctoral Researcher, Civil Engineering and Geosciences
4. Amir Haidari
is a post-doc at the Sanitary Engineering Department of Delft University of Technology. He did his master thesis on ZERO BRINE concept using cation ion exchange, reverse osmosis and Eutectic Freeze Crystallization (EFC), and he holds a PhD on the hydraulic conditions in reverse osmosis membranes and enhancement of the spiral wound modules of reverse osmosis.
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.