Senior Lecture at the Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research, Ben-Gurion University
Personal statement: “The best solution to overcoming any biologically related problem should ultimately be biology”
Ph.D. Department of Environmental Hydrology and Microbiology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
M.Sc. ETH Environmental Engineering, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
B.Sc. ETH Environmental Engineering, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
During her PhD Anne investigated the impact of biofilm formation in forward osmosis and membrane distillation systems. In her postdoc she is now investigating the effect of bacteriophage infection on the mechanical properties of biofilms. In a second project she is exploring biofilm formation on metal nano layers that can be used to convert wave energy into electricity. She is also co-supervising and participating in research on a recirculating aquaculture system. This project examines the beneficial role of microorganisms in the micro-aerophilic assimilation bioreactor as well as the impact of biofouling on the subsequent micro filtration membrane.
Bogler, A. and Meierhofer, R. “The Challenge of Producing and Marketing Colloidal Silver Water Filters in Nepal”, 2015, Water 7: 3599-3612. http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/7/7/3599/htm
Nnebuo joy is a M.Sc student at the Zuckerberg Institute of Water Research, Department of Environmental hydrology and Microbiology, Ben Gurion University of the Negev.
Her research focuses on the impact of seawater conditions on large scale desalination operations.
B.Sc. Environmental Science, Faculty of Sciences and Technologies, Tel Hai Academic College.
Eyal is a Ph.D student, co-advised by by Dr. Edo Bar-Zeev (BGU) and Dr. Eyal Rahav (IOLR). Eyal is currently focusing on the association between heterotrophic diazotrophs and aggregates in aquatic environments.. In his spare time Eyal enjoys to draw and take creative pictures of nature, especially landscapes
Oshrat Adler is currently perusing her master’s degree at the Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research, Ben-Gurion University, supervised by Dr. Edo Bar Zeev and Prof. Noam Weisbrod. The research focuses on the soil aquifer treatment (SAT) at the Shafdan wastewater treatment plant.
She has a bachelor’s degree (Bs.c) in environmental science from Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem. During her studies, she worked for the Water Authority on a research conducted by Dr. Yaacov Livshitz.
In her spare time Oshrat enjoys hiking, scuba diving and Yoga.
Ginsburg-Ingerman Overseas Student, BGU, Israel
B.Sc. Civil Engineering, CTU, Vietnam
Justin is a M.Sc student, co-advised by Dr. Edo Bar-Zeev (BGU), Prof. Dina Zilberg (BGU) and Prof. Moshe Herzberg (BGU). He is currently investigating the impact of biocarriers on water treatment with nutrient utilization in recirculating aquaculture systems.
In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor activities, such as sandboarding and hiking, running by the beach, cooking and gathering with friends.