Home|Looking to be partner in water and wastewater treatment , water managment, desalination , solar water treatment methods , recycling
Looking to be partner in water and wastewater treatment , water managment, desalination , solar water treatment methods , recycling
Water scarcity, advanced wastewater treatment, wastewater treatment technologies, olive oil, edible oils, bioplastics, zero waste, circular economy, wastewater treatment,, wastewaters reuse, recycling and valorization, water availability, water desalination, water management, water quality, water reuse
looking to be partner in water and wastewater projects
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ORGANISATION:
Zarqa University is comprehensive private university with 13 faculties with 46 + undergraduate and graduate programs with 8000+ students.
We like to cooperate in water and wastewater related research. We have capacity and experience to work on various aspects in water and environment research.
Previous Erasmus Projects
The university is participating in several capacity building projects.
1- IP-MED "Promoting Intellectual Property Law Studies in the Mediterranean Region" aims to introduce a Master Program in IP Law and practice in line with the Bologna requirements.
2- MED-HEALTH "The MEDiterranean Public HEALTH Alliance aims at Introducing a Master Degree Programme in Public Health Management in line with Bologna requirements.
3- RESCUE “Refugees Education Support in mena CoUntriEs" aims to increase the capacity of Universities of the target countries in answering to the needs of refugees students in those countries where the concentration of refuges is higher education, namely Lebanon, Iraq (Kurdistan), Jordan.
4- Engaged in International Credit Mobility with universities in Finland Lithuania, and Turkey.
Some Research Interests:
- brakish water treatment technologies
- solar desalination methods
- wastewater recycling and reuse
- GIS use in water management.
The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area will devise new R&I approaches to improve water availability and sustainable agriculture production in a region heavily distressed by climate change, urbanisation and population growth
The PRIMA programme is an Art.185 initiative supported and funded under Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.