Maitresse de conférencesCNU : SECTION 32 - CHIMIE ORGANIQUE, MINERALE, INDUSTRIELLE
Lecturer in the field of aquatic chemistry, I joined the University of Lille in 2012. My actual fields of research include drinking water treatment (disinfection by-products and organic matter characterization) and analysis of organic micropollutants with the use of passive samplers to characterize the spatio-temporal evolution of pollutions in surface and groundwaters. I hold a PhD from the University of Poitiers (France) where I focused my research on advanced oxidative processes for water treatement. I worked at Eawag (Switzerland) in collaboration with Curtin University (Australia) where I studied the formation of brominated and iodinated disinfection by-products during chlorination processes.
Results of RESEAU's project published in STOTEN
Walaszek M., Cary, L., Billon, G., Blessing, M., Bouvet-Swialkowski, A., George, M., Criquet J., Mossmann J.R. Dynamics of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons in the Chalk aquifer of northern France Science of The Total Environment. In Press https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.143742
Results of DOC2C's project published in JECE
MacKeown, H., Adusei Gyamfi, A., Delaporte, M., Schoutteten, K.V.K.M., Verdickt, L., Ouddane, B., Criquet, J., 2020. Removal of disinfection by-product precursors by ion exchange resins. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 104602. doi.org/10.1016/j.jece.2020.104602
PEARL project financed by i-site foundation
Karlien Degaeger will start a PhD in our group in Fall 2020.
Call for Papers on Special Issue: Aquatic Chemical Risk Induced by Viral Disinfection
As Guest editor, I invite you to contribute to this special issue :
- Aquatic ecological integrity impact after disinfection;
- Viral disinfection mechanism and kinetics;
- Aquatic ecological toxicity of residual disinfectant;
- Formation of toxic DBPs during disinfection;
- Optimized trade-off between viral disinfection and DBP formation.
Submission Period: until July 2021