Marc Héran, scientific director of the Unesco SIMEV chair, is involved with our partners in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia in a new project! ANUMAB is interested in the reuse of treated wastewater.
NUmeric and Applied Mathematics Approaches for the Bioeconomy and REUSE (ANUMAB)
Funded by the key initiative, KIM, of the Montpellier University of Excellence (MUSE) project through the “KIM-Waters MUSE” program, the ANUMAB project participates in the development and strengthening collaborations around issues relating to the reuse of treated wastewater (REUSE).
The project is build first on the long-standing collaboration of SIMEV partners with its alter-egos from the Euro-Mediterranean research network TREASURE and then on the new national network REUSE INRAE.
ANUMAB is led by Jérôme Harmand (LBE, INRAE, Narbonne), Marc Héran (IEM, Montpellier Univ.), Nahla Abdellatif (ENIT-LAMSIN, Tunis), Zoubida Mghazli (Ibn Tofaïl Univ. Kénitra) et Boumediene Benyahia, Tlemcen Univ..