His primary areas of study are Microbiology, Environmental engineering, Water treatment, Wastewater and Environmental chemistry. His Microbiology research incorporates themes from Aquatic environment and Bacterial outer membrane. His Environmental engineering research includes themes of Microorganism and Heterotroph.
He regularly links together related areas like Chromatography in his Water treatment studies. Frederik Hammes interconnects Aquatic organisms, Effluent and Biochemical engineering in the investigation of issues within Wastewater. The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Biomass, Phosphate and Surface water.
Frederik Hammes spends much of his time researching Water treatment, Environmental chemistry, Microbiology, Environmental engineering and Water quality. His Water treatment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organic matter, Surface water, Bacterial growth, Microbial population biology and Filtration. Frederik Hammes has included themes like Chlorine, Effluent and Environmental remediation in his Environmental chemistry study.
Frederik Hammes has researched Microbiology in several fields, including Food science, Flow cytometry, Nucleic acid and Escherichia coli. Frederik Hammes focuses mostly in the field of Environmental engineering, narrowing it down to topics relating to Microorganism and, in certain cases, Chromatography. His Water quality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Water stagnation, Heterotroph and Water supply.
His main research concerns Biofilm, Water treatment, Bacterial growth, Water quality and Ecology. Water treatment is a subfield of Environmental engineering that Frederik Hammes studies. Frederik Hammes studied Environmental engineering and Pulp and paper industry that intersect with Microbial population biology and Contamination.
Frederik Hammes combines subjects such as Environmental chemistry, Total organic carbon, Nutrient and Effluent with his study of Bacterial growth. His Effluent study incorporates themes from Wastewater and Food science. His Water quality study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tap water and Turbidity.
Frederik Hammes mainly focuses on Water treatment, Ecology, Environmental engineering, Pulp and paper industry and Bacterial growth. The study incorporates disciplines such as Organic matter, Disinfectant, Effluent, Wastewater and Water quality in addition to Water treatment. His study looks at the intersection of Water quality and topics like Heterotroph with Bacterial cell structure, Tap water and Total organic carbon.
His work carried out in the field of Ecology brings together such families of science as Microbiome, Soil science and Centrifugation. Frederik Hammes frequently studies issues relating to Microbial population biology and Environmental engineering. His Bacterial growth research incorporates elements of Microorganism, Biotechnology, Fouling and Odor.
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Assessment and interpretation of bacterial viability by using the LIVE/DEAD BacLight Kit in combination with flow cytometry.
Michael Berney;Frederik Hammes;Franziska Bosshard;Franziska Bosshard;Hans Ulrich Weilenmann.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2007)
Key roles of pH and calcium metabolism in microbial carbonate precipitation
Frederik Hammes;Willy Verstraete.
Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/technology (2002)
Flow-cytometric total bacterial cell counts as a descriptive microbiological parameter for drinking water treatment processes.
Frederik Hammes;Michael Berney;Yingying Wang;Yingying Wang;Marius Vital;Marius Vital.
Water Research (2008)
Strain-Specific Ureolytic Microbial Calcium Carbonate Precipitation
Frederik Hammes;Nico Boon;Johan de Villiers;Willy Verstraete.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2003)
New method for assimilable organic carbon determination using flow-cytometric enumeration and a natural microbial consortium as inoculum
Frederik A Hammes;Thomas Egli.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Measurement and interpretation of microbial adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP) in aquatic environments.
Frederik Hammes;Felix Goldschmidt;Marius Vital;Marius Vital;Yingying Wang;Yingying Wang.
Water Research (2010)
Biological Stability of Drinking Water: Controlling Factors, Methods, and Challenges
Emmanuelle I. Prest;Frederik Hammes;Mark C. M. van Loosdrecht;Johannes S. Vrouwenvelder;Johannes S. Vrouwenvelder.
Frontiers in Microbiology (2016)
Rapid, cultivation-independent assessment of microbial viability in drinking water.
Michael Berney;Marius Vital;Marius Vital;Iris Hülshoff;Hans Ulrich Weilenmann.
Water Research (2008)
Monitoring microbiological changes in drinking water systems using a fast and reproducible flow cytometric method.
E.I. Prest;F. Hammes;S. Kötzsch;M.C.M. van Loosdrecht.
Water Research (2013)
Past, present and future applications of flow cytometry in aquatic microbiology.
Yingying Wang;Yingying Wang;Frederik Hammes;Karen De Roy;Willy Verstraete.
Trends in Biotechnology (2010)
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