RESEAU-WaterNET has a made its name putting small communities' drinking water needs first. That commitment extends to our mission to train and equip the next generation of water professionals who are experts not only in their respective fields, but also in networking, collaboration and co-creation.
Our research personnel will gain an improved understanding of the scientific, engineering, economic, political, organizational, managerial and social aspects of small water systems. Specifically, they will attain specialized expertise in such engineering and scientific concepts as chemical and electrochemical reactions, environmental engineering, electrical engineering and nano-fabrication, microbiology, bioinformatics and genomics, analytical chemistry, photochemistry, information technology, economic decision-making, risk analysis and governance of water.
All in all, RES'EAU researchers will gain broader perspective and highly developed skill sets by working in state-of-the-art laboratory facilities at their home universities, and also through their involvement in our Community Circle activities, which brings direct interaction with industry and community partners, as well as other institutions in the network.