Prototyping Heritage Hasselt University
Development of multiplexed plasma reactor for wastewater treatment Ghent University
The project is based on improving the energy efficiency of wastewater treatment process by developing a non-thermal plasma reactor, capable of producing and dosing reactive species in situ in wastewater for the removal of pollutants. Utilization of non-thermal plasma reactors require significantly less energy as compared to conventional one for wastewater treatment.
My project is about buildings, abstract geometric objects introduced to get a grip on certain classes of groups. Classical examples are projective and polar spaces. Exceptional examples are buildings of type G2, F4, E6, E7 and E8, widely studied in mathem
Development of Housing from Tourism perspectives in Bagamoyo Tanzania - Integration of Local and Foreign Design Considerations Revisted Hasselt University
Active passive water pollution sampling device (WATERSIDE). University of Antwerp
Development of an active-passive sampling device for monitoring bioavailable pollutants in water. University of Antwerp
Advies panoramaheuvel HPP Flanders Hydraulics Research
Adaptive Reuse of Heritage: towards an integrated evaluation framework Hasselt University
Deconstruct the city, Create the city - I love science Festival 2019 (ILSF) Vrije Universiteit Brussel
To discover this, we need to deconstruct the city. Every city consists of various building blocks and levels, ranging from neighbourhoods, buildings, public spaces and ...