Dr.-Ing. Uwe Hübner
Chair of Urban Water Systems Engineering, Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Am Coulombwall 3, 85478 Garching, Germany
Tel. +49 (0)89 289-13706
Uwe Hübner is leading the research group “Advanced Water Treatment” at the Chair of Urban Water Systems Engineering. He serves as a member of technical committees on oxidative treatment, ozonation and biological transformation from the German Water Chemistry Society and the German Water Association. Dr. Hübner is holding a master degree in Environmental Engineering from Technical University of Berlin and finished his Ph.D. in 2014 at the Chair of Water Quality Control at Technical University of Berlin, Germany. He published more than 20 peer-reviewed journal articles (H-Index: 12).
His main expertise is in the field of advanced water and wastewater treatment, especially to study and optimize oxidative (ozonation, advanced oxidation processes) biological (managed aquifer recharge, biofiltration) and sorptive processes and process combinations for the removal of emerging pollutants such as trace organic chemicals, pathogens and antibiotic microbial resistance.
Hübner, U., Seiwert, B., Reemtsma, T., Jekel, M. (2014). Ozonation products of carbamazepine and their removal from secondary effluents by soil aquifer treatment – Indications from column experiments, Water Research. 49(1), 34-43.
Zucker, I., Mamane, H., Cikurel, H., Jekel, M., Hübner, U., Avisar, D. (2015). A hybrid process of biofiltration of secondary effluent followed by ozonation and short soil aquifer treatment for water reuse, Water Research 84, 315-322
Müller, J., Drewes, J.E., Hübner, U. (2017). Sequential biofiltration – a novel approach for enhanced biological removal of trace organic chemicals from wastewater treatment plant effluent, Water Research 127, 127-138
Hellauer, K., Uhl, J., Lucio, M., Schmitt-Kopplin, P., Wibberg, D., Hübner, U., Drewes, J.E. (2018). Microbiome-Triggered Transformations of Trace Organic Chemicals in the Presence of Effluent Organic Matter in Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) Systems. Environmental Science & Technology 52(24), 14342-14351