Clean Water

Thomas Homan

University of Bath

I am a third year PhD student at the University of Bath, Department of Chemical Engineering. I also graduated here with an MEng in Biochemical Engineering in 2018. My PhD is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and I am part of the second cohort of students on the GW4 FRESH CDT – a doctoral training centre in freshwater bioscience and sustainability. My research is focused on the high-resolution fate and transport modelling of emerging contaminants in smaller rivers. I have an interest in rivers; modelling; water-quality; and sensors. My research is driven through a passion for wildlife and nature conservation.

High-res modelling and monitoring of pollutants in a Dorset chalk stream