Sunday, 29.03.    
From 20:00 - Get-Together
Monday, 30.03.    
From 9:00 - Exhibition opening "Wasser Berlin"
    Opportunity to visit the "Wasser Berlin"
  - Registration at the conference desk by the entrance of the room "Paris"
10:00-11:00 - Meeting of IWA-Specialist group AOP
11:00-12:00 - Meeting of the AOP5-Scientific Committee
14:00-14:20 - Welcome, introduction and opening
    Chair: A. Ried, ITT WEDECO GmbH, Germany
14:20-14:40 - Advanced oxidation and artificial recharge: synergistic hybrid system for removal of micropollutants
    K. Teunissen,
    Duinwaterbedrijf Zuid-Holland/Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
14:40:15:00 - Advanced Oxidation for Indirect Potable Reuse - A Practical Application in Australia
    Y. Poussade,
    Veolia Water Australia, Australia
15:00-15:20 - Poster introduction, part 1
15:20-16:00 - Coffee break, poster presentation & exhibition
    Chair: M. Jekel, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
16:00-16:20 - The use of E. Beam for the removal of recalcitrant compounds and microorganisms for water
    N. Karpel Vel Leitner,
    CNRS-University of Poitiers, France
16:20-16:40 - Water-reuse with ozone as an oxidant - a review about technical applications
    S. Schäfer,
    CUTEC-Institut GmbH, Germany
16:40-17:00 - Ultrasound/Ozone Disinfection of Waste Water on Technical Scale
    C. Oliveri,
    Ultrasonic Systems GmbH, Thierhaupten, Germany
17:00-17:50 - Industrial session/Short exhibitor presentations
Followed by   Draft beer & pretzel at the joint AOP5 stand, sponsored by ITT WEDECO GmbH, Germany
    UV-Consulting Peschl. e. K., Germany
Praxair Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
a.c.k. aqua concept GmbH, Germany
VTU Technology GmbH, Austria
Ultrasonic Systems GmbH, Germany
Tuesday, 31.03.    
Drinking Water    
    Chair: J.-P. Duguet, Eau de Paris (SAGEP), France
9:00-9:20 - Bromate Pre-systemic Detoxification Metabolism Research Progress
    J. Cotruvo,
    Joseph Cotruvo & Associates LLC, U.S.A.
9:20-9:40 - Elimination of Taste and Odor Compounds and Bromate Formation during Ozonation and the AOP O3/H2O2
    H. Lutze,
    University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
9:40-10:00 - First Full Scale Advanced Oxidation Treatment Plant for Groundwater in Austria
    M. Werderitsch,
    Vienna Waterworks, Austria
10:00-10:20 - Poster introduction, part 2
10:20-11:00 - Coffee break, poster presentation & exhibition
    Chair: Z. Do-Quang, Cirsee-Suez Environnement, France
11:00-11:20 - « Ozone » and « GAC Filtration » synergy for emerging micro pollutant removal on Drinking Water Treatment Plant?
    C. Boucherie,
    Veolia Eau, Immeuble Le Carillon, France
11:20-11:40 - Evaluation of Pilot-Scale Oxidation of Several PPCPs/ EDCs during Drinking Water Ozonation Treatment
    R. Seth,
    University of Windsor, Canada
11:40-12:00 - A Modelling Procedure for On-Site Oxidation Steps in Potable Water Treatment
    P. Mandel,
    Anjou Recherche, Véolia Environnement/ENSCR, France
12:00-12:20 - Poster introduction, part 3
12:20.14:00 - Lunch, poster presentation & exhibition
Waste Water    
    Chair: H. Suty, Anjou Recherche, France
14:00-14:20 - Ozonation and AOPs for Oil Shale Industry’s Wastewater Treatment: an Overview
    M. Trapido,
    Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
14:20-14:40 - Integration between chemical oxidation and membrane termophilic biological process
    G. Bertanza,
    Università di Brescia, Italia
14:40-15:00 - Toxicity and recalcitrant compounds removal of bleaching pulp mill by integrated system: anaerobic packed-bed bioreactor and ozone
    T. Chaparro,
    University of São Paulo, Brazil
15:00-15:20 - Poster introduction, part 4
15:20-16:00 - Coffee break, poster presentation & exhibition
    Chair: S. Baig, Degrémont Technologies, France
16:00-16:20 - Wet Air Oxidation of Municipal Sludge: Return Experience of the Brussels-North Waste Water Treatment Plant
    J. Chauzy,
    Veolia Water, France
16:20-16:40 - Lessons from the Full Scale Implementation of a Novel Sludge Ozonation Process for Achieving Excess Sludge Reduction
    L. Liberati,
    Rivoira Spa, Italy
16:40-17:00 - Effect of ozone pre-treatment on sludge production of aerobic digestion processes
    F. Al Momani,
    Mutah University, Jordan
17:00-17:20 - Poster introduction, part 5
From 19:00 - Dinner
Wednesday, 01.04.    
    Chair: G. Bertanza, University of Brescia, Italy
9:00-9:20 - Acid dye manufacturing wastewater treatment with Fenton's reagent and electrocoagulation
    I. Arslan-Alaton,
    Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
9:20-9:40 - Application of nanoscaled iron reduction followed by UV/H2O2 oxidation for degradation of azo dye in wastewater
    H.-Y. Shu,
    Hungkuang University, Taiwan, R.o.C.
9:40-10:00 - New Insights in the dihydroxybenzenes-driven Fenton Reaction: Electrochemical study of interaction between dihydroxybenzenes and Fe(III)
    J. Rodriguez,
    University of Concepción, Chile
10:00-10:20 - Oxidation of cosmetic wastewaters with H2O2 using Fe/γ-Al2O3 catalysts
    P. Bautista,
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
10:20-11:00 - Coffee break, poster presentation & exhibition
11:00-11:20 - Fe(III)/Photocatalytic removal of Bysphenol A from water
    P. M. Alvarez,
    Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
11:20-11:40 - Treatment of Humic Substances by Potassium Ferrate: Oxidation/Coagulation Interactions
    N. Graham,
    Imperial College London, UK
    Chair: C. von Sonntag, Max Planck Institut für Bioanorganische Chemie/Universität Dortmund, Germany
11:40-12:00 - The advanced EctoSys® electrolysis as an integral part of a ballast water treatment system
    A. Kornmüller,
    RWO GmbH - Marine Water Technology, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, Germany
12:00-12:20 - The effect of electrode material on the generation of oxidants for the electrochemical disinfection
    J. Yoon,
    Seoul National University, Korea
12:20-12:40 - Chlorate and perchlorate - new criterions for environmentally-friendly processes in Advanced Oxidation
    M. E. H. Bergmann,
    Anhalt University, Germany
12:40-14:10 - Lunch, poster presentation & exhibition
Trace-pollutants (part 1)    
    Chair: S. Esplugas, Universidad de Barcelona, Spain
14:10-14:30 - Ozonation of beta blockers: Kinetic studies and identification of oxidation products
    J. Benner,
    Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG), Germany
14:30-14:50 - Effects of pH and H2O2 on levofloxacin ozonation in water
    B. De Witte,
    Ghent University, Belgium
14:50-15:10 - Efficient degradation of ketoprofen: UV and VUV photolysis versus ozonization
    E. Illés,
    University of Szeged, Hungary
15:10-15:30 - Behaviour and transformation of sulfamethoxazole after ozonation in secondary effluent and reverse osmosis concentrate
    A. Hein,
    Technical University of Berlin, Germany
15:30-16:10 - Coffee break, poster presentation & exhibition
Photocatalysis (part 1)    
    Chair: D. Bahnemann, University of Hanover, Germany
16:10.16:30 - Solar aqueous photocatalysis for pharmaceuticals removal in a pilot plant
    F. Méndez-Arriaga,
    University of Barcelona, Spain
16:30-16:50 - Kinetic modelling of the photocatalytic inactivation of bacteria
    J. Marugán,
    Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
16:50-17:10 - Reactor modeling in heterogeneous photocatalysis. Toxicity and biodegradability assessment
    O. M. Alfano,
    Universidad Nacional del Litoral and CONICET, Argentina
From 19:00 - Dinner
Thursday, 02.04.    
Photocatalysis (part 2)    
    Chair: P. Pichat, URA au CNRS, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
9:00-9:20 - Effect of adsorption on photocatalysis performance of anthraquinone dye
    M. Ismail,
    ENSIC-INPL Nancy, France
9:20-9:40 - Synthesis and photocatalytic activity of boron-doped TiO2
    N. P. Xekoukoulotakis,
    Technical University of Crete, Greece
9:40-10:00 - Degradation of azo dye using a novel TiO2/Fe0 composite nanoparticels
    W.-P. Hsieh,
    National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
10:00-10:20 - Tetracycline oxidation by ZnO photocatalysis assisted by simulated solar light
    H. D. Mansilla,
    University of Conceptión, Chile
Trace-pollutants (part 2)    
    Chair: T. Ternes, Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany
10:20-10:40 - Full scale post-ozonation followed by sand filtration at WWTP Regensdorf (CH) for micropollutant removal and disinfection
    H. Siegrist,
    EAWAG, Switzerland
10:40-11:20 - Coffee break, poster presentation & exhibition
11:20-11:40 - Physicochemical and advanced oxidation processes - A comparison of elimination results of antibiotic compounds followed an MBR treatment
    H. Schröder,
    RWTH Aachen University, Germany
11:40-12:00 - Advances in catalyzed ozonation for degradation of organic pollutants and full scale applications
    J. Ma,
    Harbin Institute of Technology, China
12:00-12:20 - Computer-assisted determination of reaction parameters for the simulation of micropollutant abatement in wastewater ozonation
    T. Nöthe,
    Uhde GmbH/Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany
12:20-12:40 - Removal of analgesic drugs from the aquatic environment using photochemical methods
    E. Felis,
    Silesian University of Technology, Poland
12:40-13:00 - Elimination of Pharmaceuticals with Sulfate radicals in Urban Wastewater: Kinetic and Mechanism Study
    S. Barbati,
    Aix-Marseille Universités, France
13:00   Conclusion and farewell
    M. Sievers,
    CUTEC-Institut GmbH, Germany
Followed by   Lunch
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