Water Resources Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, LTH

Welcome to Water Resources Engineering

Water Resources Engineering is a division within the Department of Building and Environmental Technology and work with education and research in Hydrology, Water Resources, Coastal Hydraulics, Hydrometeorology, Water Quality, etc.

On these pages you will find information about us and our work. You navigate with the help of the links above, to the right and under Shortcuts. Some pages are only available in Swedish.

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We have moved back to the V-Building!

From June 16, 2016 we are back in the V-building on the 3rd floor


Prof. Kenneth M. Persson receives funding

Prof. Kenneth M. Persson receives funding from the Sten K. Johnson Foundation

Prof. Kenneth M Persson has received one of the six grants in the technology area funded by the Sten K Johnson Foundation for the project “Voltage-clamp for artificial water channels in biomimetic polymeric membranes”. The project focuses on the development and testing of new reverse osmosis biomimetic polymeric membranes with artificial water channels using the voltage-clamp technique. The Sten K. Johnson Foundation supports individuals (with a link to Skåne) with innovative ideas in the areas of education, culture, technology, medicine, entrepreneurship, literature and music. More information about Sven K Johnson Foundation (

News - Success Story

 Succes story from one of our Master's Students

Daniel Kibirige is a water engineer from Limpopo, South Africa. In 2011, he travelled to Europe on an Erasmus Mundus scholarship to study a Master's degree in Water Resources. Back in Johannesburg, he wants to apply these lessons and contribute to a more sustainable and ecologically-friendly water resource management system in his native South Africa.

Click here to read more about Masters Education at Water Resources Engineering!


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