Grupo de Ingeniería Química y Ambiental

Profesora e investigadora en la Escuela de Ciencias Experimentales y Tecnología de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. Su investigación se centra en procesos fotoquímicos y de oxidación avanzada para la eliminación de microorganismos patógenos y contaminantes de preocupación emergente, y tecnologías de bajo coste y descentralizadas para la potabilización de agua en países en desarrollo.





Field-testing solutions for drinking water quality monitoring in low- and middle-income regions and case studies from Latin American, African and Asian countries

N. Pichel, F. Hymnô de Souza, L.P. Sabogal-Paz, P.K. Shah, N. Adhikari, S. Pandey, B.M., Shrestha, S. Gaihre, et al.


Continuous flow operation of solar photo-Fenton fused with NaOCl as a novel tertiary treatment

S. Belachqer-El Attar, P. Soriano-Molina, N. Pichel, A. París-Reche, P. Plaza-Bolaños, A. Agüera, J.A. Sánchez Pérez


Demonstrating the feasibility of a novel solar photo-Fenton strategy for full-scale operationalization according to EU 2020/741 disinfection targets for water reuse

N. Pichel, S. Belachqer-El Attar, P. Soriano-Molina, J.A. Sánchez Pérez


Continuous solar photo-Fenton for wastewater reclamation in operational environment at demonstration scale

E. Gualda-Alonso, N. Pichel, P. Soriano-Molina, E. Olivares-Ligero, F.X. Cadena-Aponte, A. Agüera, J.A. Sánchez Pérez, J.L., Casas López


Photoelectrocatalitic degradation of pharmaceuticals and inactivation of viruses in water with tungsten oxide electrons

A. Tolosana-Moranchel, N. Pichel, H. Lubarsky, J.A. Byrne, P. Fernandez-Ibañez


Safe drinking water for rural communities using a low-cost household system. Effects of water matrix and field testing

N. Pichel, H. Lubarsky, A. Afkhami, V. Baldasso, L. Botero, J. Salazar, M. Hincapie, J.A. Byrne, P. Fernandez-Ibañez


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