The end seems near
In the second half of the summer, I finished my last secondment in Copenhagen and presented my research at another prestigious conference in Greece.
By ESR12 Marcel Schneider
After the last NaToxAq Ph.D. school in June, I now also finished my last secondment in Copenhagen at Krüger A/S (Veolia Water Technologies). During the two months at Krüger A/S, I had the chance to learn more about the work of a water process engineer, share my knowledge and research with experts from the industry, visit Denmark’s only surface water-fed treatment plant and take samples from Lake Tissø near Kalundborg (polish your Danish and read a news story about my secondment posted by Krüger A/S on their linkedin homepage). During the secondment, I also visited the Copenhagen-based NaToxAq family at the University of Copenhagen and University College of Copenhagen.
Right after I came back from Copenhagen, I traveled to Rhodes, Greece, to attend the 16th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST 2019), where I once again shared my research outcomes with experts and interested parties from all around the globe. Besides talking science and advertising the NaToxAq conference, I got to enjoyed the beautiful Island of Rhodes.
Now, I am back at RECETOX, finalizing and submitting papers, and continuing with my experimental work in the lab.