报告人：Prof. David Blersch，美国Auburn University生物系统工程系
Waste Management and Utilization Engineering for Biosystems
China Agricultural University
Course Description: Survey level introduction to waste management problems and issues of agricultural, biosystems, and general human systems. Includes the characterization of wastes and waste types, scale and scope of the problem, and application of technologies for treatment, disposal, recovery, or reuse of waste materials from biosystems.
Recommended Basic: Introductory Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology
Recommended Advanced: Water Chemistry, Environmental Science, Biosystems Engineering
Course Format: The course is taught in four 2-hour lecture sessions per week over the course of four weeks. Lectures will be electronic online live and recorded for later viewing.
Course Objectives: To learn the important aspects of agricultural and biosystems wastes on environmental systems. To introduce the student to biological treatment and utilization techniques and technologies for agricultural and biosystems wastes.
Instructor: David Blersch, Biosystems Engineering Department, Auburn University email: (email@example.com)
Reference Material: Supplementary handouts and readings provided at time of lecture.
Assignments: Limited assignments involving research and independent reading will be assigned for advancement of concepts and broadening of the field.
Proposed Course Schedule
1. Understanding the problem: Scale of Wastes from Biosystems
2. Characteristics of Wastes from Biosystems
3. Biological nature of wastes from Biosystems
4. Fundamentals of microbiology for treatment processes
5. Biological Waste Treatment--Basic Processes for treatment
6. Biological Reactor Types and Design
7. Candidate technologies: Anaerobic Digestion of Wastes;
8. Candidate technologies: Bioreactors for Nutrient Recovery
Zoom link for all lectures: https://auburn.zoom.us/j/84222427025
联系人：史苏安 副教授 62736778，firstname.lastname@example.org