IWA Sweden seminar about state of the art on biofilm in drinking water production and distribution. January 18 in Lund.
Dynamics of bacterial communities in fresh water and biofilms
How biofilm communities assemble in nature
Silke Langenhelder, Uppsala University
Bacterial communities in slow sand filters
Sandy Chan, Lund University, Sydvatten, Sweden Water Research
Factors shaping wastewater treatment biofilms: temperature and predators
Carolina Suarez, University of Gothenburg
Biofilms in pipes and distribution systems
The shocking truth about electrified pipes
Marie Baehr, ePipeSystems, Lund
Where does the biofilm begin?
Catherine Paul, Lund University
What can we learn from model distribution systems?
Katherine Fish, University of Sheffield, UK
Understanding biofilm function in water production
Microbial players in rapid sand filter biofilms
Jane Fowler, DTU
Using flow cytometry to understand drinking water biofilms
Frederick Hammes, EAWAG, Switzerland
Impact of ultrafiltration on the distribution system biofilm
Kristjan Pullerits, Lund University, Sydvatten, Sweden Water Research
Can we manipulate a biofilm for desirable features?Sanin Muscovic, Danish Technical Institute