Department of Environmental Engineering

PhD candidates

  • Vianney Courdent (2017): Numerical weather prediction and relative economic value framework to improve integrated urban drainage-wastewater management (industrial researcher funded by Krüger and the Danish Research Agency). Supervisors: P.S. Mikkelsen, and M. Grum and T. Munk-Nielsen (Krüger).
  • Pedram Ramin (2017): Modelling of illicit drug fate in sewers for wastewater-based epidemiology (funded by the MSCA-ITN SEWPROF). Supervisors: B. Plósz and P.S. Mikkelsen.
  • Luca Locatelli (2016): Modelling the impact of Water Sensitive Urban Design Technologies on the urban Water cycle (co-funded by the Danish Agency for Research Technology and Innovation, and DTU). Supervisors: P. Binning, P.S. Mikkelsen, K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen and O. Mark (DHI).
  • Ane Høyer Mollerup (2015): A methodological approach to designing sewer system control (industrial researcher funded by HOFOR and the Danish Research Agency). Supervisors: G. Sin (DTU Chemical Engineering), N.B. Johansen (HOFOR) and D. Thornberg (BIOFOS) and P.S. Mikkelsen. 
  • Hjalte Jomo Danielsen Sørup (2014): Modelling of spatio-temporal precipitation relevant for urban hydrology with focus on scales, extremes and climate change (funded by the Danish Research Agency). Supervisors: P.S. Mikkelsen, O.B. Christensen (DMI) and K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen.
  • Roland Löwe (2014): Probabilistic Forecasting for On-line Operation of Urban Drainage Systems (co-funded by the Danish Research Agency, and DTU). Supervisors: H. Madsen (DTU Compute) and P.S. Mikkelsen.
  • Morten Borup (2014): Real Time Updating in Distributed Urban Rainfall Runoff Modelling (co-funded by the Danish Research Agency, and DTU). Supervisors: P.S. Mikkelsen, M. Grum (Krüger A/S) and Henrik Madsen (DHI).
  • Elham Ramin (2014): Modelling of secondary sedimentation under wet-weather and filamentous bulking conditions (co-funded by the Danish Research Agency and DTU). Supervisors: B. Plósz, P.S. Mikkelsen, Lars Yde (DHI, Singapore) and M. Rasmusen (Aalborg University).
  • Chiara Fratini (2014): Integrated Urban Water Management for Sustainable Transition: Innovation of Functions or Innovation of Places? An explorative study on the evolution and innovation of urban water management practices in Denmark (co-funded by Nordvand, the Danish Research Agency, DTU and Aalborg University). Supervisors: M. Elle (Aalborg University, Copenhagen), M.B. Jensen (Copenhagen University, Science) and P.S. Mikkelsen.
  • Qianqian Zhou (2012): Urban Drainage Design and Climate Change Adaptation Decision Making (funded by DTU). Supervisors: K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen, P.S. Mikkelsen, S.B. Nielsen (DTU Management) and K. Halsnæs (Risø DTU).
  • Maria Kerstin Roldin (2012): Distributed Models Coupling Soakaways, Urban Drainage and Groundwater (co-funded by the Danish Research Agency, DHI, and DTU). Supervisors: P. Binning, P.S. Mikkelsen and O. Mark (DHI).
  • Heidi Birch (2012): Monitoring of Priority Pollutants in Dynamic Stormwater Discharges from Urban Areas (co-funded by Copenhagen Energy, the Danish Research Agency, and DTU). Supervisors: P.S. Mikkelsen and H.-C. Holten Lützhøft.
  • Anders Breinholt (2012): Uncertainty in Prediction and Simulation of Flow in Sewer Systems (co-funded by Krüger A/S, the Danish Research Agency, and DTU). Supervisors: P.S. Mikkelsen, M. Grum (Krüger A/S) and H. Madsen (DTU Informatics).
  • Luca Vezzaro (2011): Source-Flux-Fate Modelling of Priority Pollutants in Stormwater Systems (funded by DTU). Supervisors: P.S. Mikkelsen and A. Ledin.
  • Erik Lindblom (2009): Dynamic Modelling of Micropollutants in the Integrated Urban Wastewater System (funded by the EU-RTN WWT&SYSENG and DTU). Supervisors: P.S. Mikkelsen and M. Henze.
  • Stefan Ahlman (2006): Modelling of Substance Flows in Urban Drainage Systems. Supervisors: G. Svensson (Chalmers University of Technology) and P.S. Mikkelsen (DTU).
  • Mikkel Boye Hauger (2005): Uncertainty, Risk and Modelling in Urban Drainage (funded by DTU). Supervisors: P.S. Mikkelsen and J.J. Linde.
Last updated 12.12.2017
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