Dr. Ir. Jeroen Langeveld

Profile

Jeroen Langeveld is part time (0,4 fte) associate professor Urban Drainage and director of the Urban Drainage Knowledge Program at TU Delft since 2010. In addition he is senior consultant and co-founder of Partners4urbanwater, an SME with a focus on urban water, combining (applied) research with top end consultancy. He obtained his PhD in 2004 on the PhD thesis ‘Interactions within wastewater systems’ at Delft University of technology, faculty of Civil Engineering, section of Sanitary engineering, where he also obtained his MSc thesis ‘Reuse of grey water and use of storm runoff in households’ in 1997.

Jeroen is very active in the international scientific community, which is reflected by his positions as chair of the Joint management Committee Urban Drainage (JCUD) of the International Water Association (IWA) and International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR), chair of the International Water Association (IWA) – Sewer Processes and Networks Working Group and member of IWA Working Group on Modelling of Integrated Urban Water Systems (MIUWS) under the umbrella of the IWA Specialist Group on Modelling and Integrated Assessment (MIA).

Research

Jeroen is leading the Urban Drainage Knowledge Program, with a focus on four overarching research themes: asset management, operational management, system dynamics and new sanitation concepts. More details on the research being part of the Urban Drainage program can be found here.

Next to this, he is involved in research projects on illicit connections, DTS, stormwater quality, antibiotic resistance, micropollutants, asset management of pressure mains and gully pots and call data analysis.

  • Course CIE 5541 Monitoring and modelling
  • Supervising BSc/MSc thesis projects
  • Tscheikner-Gratl F., Bellos V., Schellart A., Moreno-Rodenas A., Muthusamy M., Langeveld J., Clemens F., Benedetti L., Rico-Ramirez M.A., de Carvalho R.F., Breuer L., Shucksmith J., Heuvelink G.B.M., Tait S. (2019). Recent insights on uncertainties present in integrated catchment water quality modelling. Water Research 368-379
  • Cecinati F., Moreno-Ródenas A.M., Rico-Ramirez M.A., ten Veldhuis M.-C., Langeveld J.G. (2018). Considering rain gauge uncertainty using kriging for uncertain data. Atmosphere 9(11)-446
  • Moreno-Rodenas, A.M., Bellos, V., Langeveld, J.G., Clemens, F.H.L.R. (2018). A dynamic emulator for physically based flow simulators under varying rainfall and parametric conditions. Water Research, 142, pp. 512-527.
  • Nieuwenhuis, E., Post, J., Duinmeijer, A., Langeveld, J., Clemens, F. (2018). Statistical modelling of Fat, Oil and Grease (FOG) deposits in wastewater pump sumps. Water Research, 135, pp. 155-167.
  • Nieuwenhuis, E., Langeveld, J., Clemens, F. (2018). The relationship between fat, oil and grease (FOG) deposits in building drainage systems and FOG disposal patterns. Water Science and Technology, 77 (10), pp. 2388-2396.
  • van Bijnen, M., Korving, H., Langeveld, J., Clemens, F. (2018).Quantitative impact assessment of sewer condition on health risk. Water (Switzerland), 10 (3), art. no. 245
  • Meijer, D., Bijnen, M., Langeveld, J., Korving, H., Post, J., Clemens, F. (2018). Identifying critical elements in sewer networks using graph-theory. Water (Switzerland), 10 (2), art. no. 136
  • Moreno-Rodenas, A.M., Cecinati, F., Langeveld, J., Clemens, F.H.L.R. (2017). Impact of spatiotemporal characteristics of rainfall inputs on integrated catchment dissolved oxygen simulations. Water (Switzerland), 9 (12), art. no. 926
  • van Daal-Rombouts, P., Tralli, A., Verhaart, F., Langeveld, J., Clemens, F. (2017). Validation of computational fluid dynamics for deriving weir discharge relationships with scale model experiments and prototype measurements. Flow Measurement and Instrumentation 58 pp. 52-61
  • van Daal-Rombouts P., Benedetti L., de Jonge J., Weijers S., Langeveld J. (2017). Performance evaluation of a smart buffer control at a wastewater treatment plant. Water Research 125 pp. 180-190

Jeroen is responsible for the Urban Drainage Program, with a total budget between 2010 and 2020 of nearly € 5 milion. Next to this, he has been involved in:

  • EU QUICS Quantifying uncertainties in integrated catchment studies, a cooperative research project with 10 EU partners. (12 PhD, 3 Postdoc)
  • Domestic Slurry Hydraulics in Transport systems. Open Technologie Programma STW. (1 PhD/1 post-doc).
  • Research Program TISCA: Technology Innovation for Sewer Condition Assessment. (8 PhDs).
  • FOULC Fast Over-all scanning of Underground and Linear Constructions. TISCA program STW. (1 post-doc).
  • Geo-Electrical Sewer Leak Detection, Quantification and Location. TISCA program STW. (1 PhD).

Jeroen Langeveld

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