Speakers

Alexandre Tremblay

Student M. Sc.
McGill University, Faculty of Engineering | Canada

Alexandre Tremblay is a master student in the microbial community engineering laboratory in the department of civil engineering of McGill University. He pursues his studies on anaerobic digestion in mesophilic and psychrophilic conditions at pre-industrial and laboratory scale in collaboration with the Centre national en électrochimie et en technologies environmentales (CCTT of the college of Shawinigan). His main research interests are industrial bioprocess, resource recovery and environmental biotechnologies. All of his works focus on finding sustainable alternatives to the current polluting industrial processes.

He hold a Bachelor degree in biology from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières and has worked for two years in the industrial microbiology laboratory of the university.

– Anaerobic Digestion at 20°C with Ozonation to Minimize Waste Biosolids and Maximize Energy Recovery from Wastewater

March 27, 2019 at 09:00