Contact Dr Chrissa Sfynia
Areas of expertise
- Water Science and Engineering
Chrysoula completed her MEng degree in Environmental Engineering in 2012, specialising in Water Treatment Engineering and Desalination. She
went on to obtain an MSc in Environmental Systems Engineering at University
College London (2012-2013). In 2013 she joined Imperial College London for her PhD, focusing on the minimisation of regulated and unregulated disinfection by-products in drinking water (funded by Anglian Water). She joined Cranfield University in 2018 as a Research Fellow in Drinking Water Science working on a number of projects on water treatment processes to control the formation of disinfection by-products in drinking water. She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education.
Dr Chrysoula Sfynia is a Research Fellow in Drinking Water Science in the Cranfield Water Science Institute in the Department of Environmental Science and Technology.
As a member of the Drinking Water research group at CWSI, Chrysoula is involved in several projects on the assessment of disinfection by-products occurrence in drinking water and distribution systems, evaluation of water treatment practices for DBPs risk reduction and modelling kinetics of DBPs. Other of her research interests include desalination technologies, water reuse, sustainable water treatment and public participation in decision making.
UK Water Utilities
- Severn Trent Water
- Anglian Water
- Welsh Water
- Yorkshire Water
DEFRA, specifically DWI.
UK Water Industry Research (UK WIR)
Imperial College London
Articles In Journals
- Sfynia C, Bond T, Kanda R & Templeton MR (2020) The formation of disinfection by-products from the chlorination and chloramination of amides, Chemosphere, 248 (June) Article No. 125940.
- Sfynia C, Bond T, Ganidi N, Kanda R & Templeton M (2017) Predicting the formation of haloacetonitriles and haloacetamides by smulated distribution system tests, Procedia Engineering, 186 186-192.
- Sfynia C, Bond T, Kanda R & Templeton M (2016) Nitrogenous disinfection by-product formation from the chlorination and chloramination of amides. In: American Water Works Association (AWWA) Water Quality Technology Conference (WQTC), Indianapolis, 13-17 November 2016.