Hans Cappon is lecturer of the Water Technology research group within HZ University of Applied Sciences.

During his years at HZ, he has worked on many water technology projects such as NEREUS (New Energy and Resources for Urban Sanitation), FRESH4Cs (Alternative Fresh Water resources for Coastal Areas), IMPROVED (Integral Mobile Process Water Supply for an Economic Delta) and was involved in the implementation of the Dow/Evides pilot in the EU FP7 E4Water project.
In addition to his work at the research group, he is a lecturer in water treatment at HZ at undergraduate and graduate level and a lecturer and researcher in Urban Systems Engineering at the Department of Environmental Technology at Wageningen University.
Hans has over 20 years of experience in scientific research, including from his previous work at TNO and the Catholic University in Leuven. Hans' main expertise is modeling and optimization of dynamic systems with a focus on water treatment and energy systems over the last decade. In 2014 he completed his PhD entitled "Numerical and experimental design of ultrasonic particle filters for water treatment". He received his master's degree in Biomechanical Engineering from Eindhoven University of Technology in 1997.




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