Fantastic overview of so many different areas of wastewater treatment. The course linked both real life problems with theoretical concepts. - Gold Coast 2015 View all testimonials

Jurg Keller

Jurg is the Director of the Advanced Water Management Centre and a Professor in Chemical Engineering at The University of Queensland. He has a strong international reputation in environmental biotechnology and wastewater process engineering with particular emphasis on biological nutrient removal and novel process technologies.  He has made valuable contributions in process design and optimisation in wastewater treatment processes for optimal nutrient removal and energy recovery, most recently focussed on nitrogen removal processes and microbial fuel cells.

In the last 12 years, his focus has been on establishing the AWMC as the leading wastewater research group in Australia.  Under his leadership, the AWMC has grown to over 50 acdemics, research fellows and students, addressing major R&D challenges of the water industry in Australia and internationally, with an increasing emphasis on water recovery to convert wastewater treatment plants to resource recovery processes.

Jurg has consulted widely in the Australian water industry and has taught IWES courses for many years.