maître de conférencesCNU : SECTION 32 - CHIMIE ORGANIQUE, MINERALE, INDUSTRIELLE
Lecturer in the field of aquatic chemistry, I joined the University of Lille in 2012. I hold a PhD from the University of Poitiers 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. 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.
PEARL project financed by i-site foundation
Karlien Degaeger will start a PhD in our group in Fall 2020.
Results of DOC2C's project published in STOTEN
MacKeown, H., Adusei Gyamfi, J. Schoutteten, K.V.K.M., Dumoulin, D., Verdickt, L., Ouddane, B., Criquet J. 2020 Formation and removal of disinfection by-products in a full scale drinking water treatment plant. Science of The Total Environment 704 135280. doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135280
Review paper in Water Research
Adusei Gyamfi, J., Ouddane, B., Rietveld, L., Cornard, J.P., Criquet J., 2019 Natural organic matter-cations complexation and its impact on water treatment: A critical review. Water Research 160, 130-147. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2019.05.064
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: 1st July-31st December 2020