His primary areas of study are Membrane bioreactor, Activated sludge, Fouling, Membrane fouling and Wastewater. His Fouling research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental chemistry and Permeation. His research investigates the connection between Membrane fouling and topics such as Pulp and paper industry that intersect with problems in Filtration.
Thomas Wintgens's looking at Wastewater as part of his Waste management and Environmental engineering and Wastewater study. His research on Waste management frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Reverse osmosis. His research in Reverse osmosis tackles topics such as Raw water which are related to areas like Membrane technology.
His main research concerns Wastewater, Environmental engineering, Membrane technology, Nanofiltration and Effluent. His work carried out in the field of Wastewater brings together such families of science as Pulp and paper industry and Sewage treatment. His work focuses on many connections between Environmental engineering and other disciplines, such as Reuse, that overlap with his field of interest in Environmental planning and Water resource management.
The concepts of his Membrane technology study are interwoven with issues in Chromatography and Leachate. His study in Nanofiltration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sludge, Reverse osmosis and Permeation. His Effluent study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry and Ultrafiltration.
Ultrafiltration, Nanofiltration, Wastewater, Effluent and Environmental engineering are his primary areas of study. His Nanofiltration research includes elements of Chemical engineering and Permeation. His studies in Permeation integrate themes in fields like Sludge, Layer by layer and Ultrafiltration.
His Wastewater study incorporates themes from Filter, Pulp and paper industry and Sewage treatment. The Effluent study combines topics in areas such as Chromatography, Portable water purification and Water supply. The various areas that Thomas Wintgens examines in his Environmental engineering study include Reverse osmosis, Forward osmosis and Membrane fouling, Fouling.
Thomas Wintgens mostly deals with Sewage treatment, Wastewater, Ultrafiltration, Effluent and Transmission. Thomas Wintgens interconnects Reverse osmosis, Zero liquid discharge, Forward osmosis, Environmental engineering and Fouling in the investigation of issues within Ultrafiltration. His Effluent study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chromatography and Pulp and paper industry.
His Transmission research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Coronavirus, Infectivity, Polymerase chain reaction, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and Biotechnology.
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State-of-the-art of reverse osmosis desalination
C. Fritzmann;J. Löwenberg;T. Wintgens;T. Melin.
Membrane bioreactor technology for wastewater treatment and reuse
T. Melin;B. Jefferson;D. Bixio;C. Thoeye.
Wastewater reuse in Europe
D. Bixio;C. Thoeye;J. De Koning;D. Joksimovic.
The role of membrane processes in municipal wastewater reclamation and reuse
T. Wintgens;T. Melin;Andrea Schäfer;S. Khan.
The importance of liquid phase analyses to understand fouling in membrane assisted activated sludge processes—six case studies of different European research groups
S. Rosenberger;H. Evenblij;S. te Poele;T. Wintgens.
Journal of Membrane Science (2005)
Correlation of EPS content in activated sludge at different sludge retention times with membrane fouling phenomena
Djamila Al-Halbouni;Jacqueline Traber;Sven Lyko;Thomas Wintgens.
Water Research (2008)
Detection of SARS-CoV-2 in raw and treated wastewater in Germany – Suitability for COVID-19 surveillance and potential transmission risks
Sandra Westhaus;Frank Andreas Weber;Sabrina Schiwy;Volker Linnemann.
Science of The Total Environment (2021)
Endocrine disrupter removal from wastewater using membrane bioreactor and nanofiltration technology
Thomas Wintgens;Martin Gallenkemper;Thomas Melin.
Long-term monitoring of a full-scale municipal membrane bioreactor—Characterisation of foulants and operational performance
Sven Lyko;Thomas Wintgens;Djamila Al-Halbouni;Sven Baumgarten.
Journal of Membrane Science (2008)
Quantitative PCR Monitoring of Antibiotic Resistance Genes and Bacterial Pathogens in Three European Artificial Groundwater Recharge Systems
Uta Böckelmann;Hans-Henno Dörries;M. Neus Ayuso-Gabella;Miquel Salgot de Marçay.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2009)
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