Microplastics have been found in the most remote areas of the Baltic Sea as well as in drinking water, but the real extent and consequences…
CEO & Adjunct Professor
Henrik Aspegren is new CEO for Sweden Water Research from August 2019. He is also Adjunct Professor at Lund University.
Sörensen J., Persson A., Sternudd C., Aspegren H., Nilsson J., Nordstrom J., Jonsson K., Mottaghi M., Becker P., Larsson R., Berndtsson R., & Mobini S. (2016) Re-thinking urban flood management – Time for a regime shift. Water 8(8), pp. 332.Show publication
Mottaghi M., Aspegren H. & Jönsson K. (2015) The necessity for re-thinking the way we plan our cities with the focus on Malmö. VATTEN – Journal of Water Management and Research 71(1), pp. 37-44.
Haghighatafshar, S., la Cour Jansen, J., Aspegren, H., Jönsson, K. (2017) Introduction of a novel conceptual model for sustainable drainage systems based on observed rainfall-runoff patterns – a case study. Oral presentation, 14th IWA/IAHR International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD 2107), 10-15 September 2017, Prague, Czech.,
Haghighatafshar, S., la Cour Jansen, J., Aspegren, H., & Jönsson, K. (2018) Conceptualization and schematization of mesoscale sustainable drainage systems: a full-scale study. Water, pp. 10(8), 1041..Show publication
Berndtsson, R., Becker, P., Persson, A., Aspegren, H., Haghighatafshar, S., Jönsson, K., Larsson, R., Mobini, S., Mottaghi, M., Nilsson, J., Nordström, J., Pilesjö, P., Scholz, M., Sternudd, C., Sörensen, J. & Tussupova, K. (2019) Drivers of changing urban flood risk : a framework for action Journal of Environmental Management, pp. 47-56.Show publication
(2016) Slutrapport “Den varma och rena staden” inkl delrapporter. (In Swedish).Show publication
Haghighatafshar S., la Cour Jansen J., Aspegren H., Lidström V., Mattsson A. & Jönsson K. (2014) Storm-water management in Malmö and Copenhagen with regard to climate change scenarios. Journal of Water Management and Research 70(3), pp. 159-168.
Mottaghi M., Jönsson K. & Aspegren H. (2016) Integrated urban design and open storm drainage in our urban Environments. Water Practice and Technology 11(1),, pp. 118-126.
Involved in project
Adaptive urban landscape
The goal is collecting and evaluating the practical, design based solutions to deal with water challenges and develop the blue-green infrastructure of the cities. The…
The Warm and Clean City
Two concepts for wastewater treatment have been produced in the initial project, which will be tested and evaluated: ”energy-positive treatment” and “compact treatment”. A system…