The course is organized by WG4 on Process Integration of the Water_2020 COST Action and located at the Laboratory of Chemical and Environmental Engineering (LEQUIA) of the University of Girona (UdG, Spain) and the Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA).
University of Girona (UdG)
The University of Girona is a public institution devoted to excellence in teaching and research and to participating in the progress and development of society through the creation, transmission, dissemination and criticism of knowledge related to the sciences, technology, the humanities, the social sciences and the arts.
The University of Girona, deeply rooted in Catalonia and Catalan culture, is one of the primary economic and cultural motors of the region. At the same time, it pursues a vocation of universality and openness to all traditions and cultures.The University, located in the city of Girona, is a part of the Catalan public university system.
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA)
The Catalan Institute for Water Research is a research institute created on October 26th 2006 by the Government of Catalonia within the framework of the Research Centres Programme of Catalonia (CERCA), and was inaugurated on 7 October 2009. The Catalan Regional Government has pledged its backing to the ICRA as a multidisciplinary water research centre.
ICRA is an international reference point that focuses research of the integral water cycle, hydraulic resources, water quality (in the broadest sense of the term: chemical, microbiological, ecological, etc.) and treatment and evaluation technologies and to transfer this knowledge to society and business network.