Ekaterina Sokolova

Forskarassistent at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Water Environment Technology

Ekaterina Sokolova conducts research mainly in the field of drinking water engineering. The focus of her research is water quality in surface water sources. In her research, Ekaterina uses modelling to simulate the processes in surface waters. This provides decision-support information regarding mitigation and prevention measures. Ekaterina also participates in teaching.

Source: chalmers.se



Beslutstöd vid hantering av risk för spridning av zoonotiska smittämnen via vatten till människor och djur

Ekaterina Sokolova Water Environment Technology
Andreas Lindhe GeoEngineering
Swedish National Veterinary Institute
Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency


Cryptosporidium and Giardia: Water quality modelling, microbial source tracking and risk assessment

Ekaterina Sokolova Water Environment Technology
Thomas Pettersson Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV)
The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT)

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Hydrological modelling in a drinking water catchment area as a means of evaluating pathogen risk reduction

Johan Åström, Lars Rosen, Viktor Bergion et al
Journal of Hydrology. Vol. 544, p. 74-85
Journal article

Occurrence and removal efficiency of parasitic protozoa in Swedish wastewater treatment plants

Andreas Matussek, Björn Berglund, O. Dienus et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 598, p. 821-827
Journal article

Influence of stormwater and CSOs on copper and benzo[a]pyrene in receiving waters – hydrodynamic modelling approach

Dick Karlsson, Anna Karlsson, Karin Björklund et al
Conference Proceedings, 14th IWA/IAHR International Conference on Urban Drainage, September 10-15, 2017, Prague, Czech Republic, p. 540-543
Paper in proceedings

Norovirus Dynamics in Wastewater Discharges and in the Recipient Drinking Water Source: Long-Term Monitoring and Hydrodynamic Modeling

S. Lofgren, Thomas Pettersson, O. Dienus et al
Environmental Science & Technology. Vol. 50 (20), p. 10851-10858
Journal article

Microbial risk assessment of drinking water based on hydrodynamic modelling of pathogen concentrations in source water

Ekaterina Sokolova, P. E. Lindgren, F. Nyström et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 526, p. 177-186
Journal article

Hydrodynamic modelling and forecasting of microbial water quality in a drinking water source

Olof Bergstedt, Ekaterina Sokolova, Thomas Pettersson
Aqua. Vol. 63 (3), p. 189-199
Journal article

Hydrodynamic modelling of the microbial water quality in a drinking water source as input for risk reduction management

Malte Hermansson, Olof Bergstedt, Ekaterina Sokolova et al
Journal of Hydrology. Vol. 497, p. 15-23
Journal article

Hydrodynamic Modelling of Microbial Water Quality in a Drinking Water Source

Olof Bergstedt, Malte Hermansson, Thomas Pettersson et al
Urban Environment. Proceedings of the 11th Urban Environment Symposium (UES), held in Karlsruhe, Germany, 16-19 September 2012, p. 517-526
Paper in proceedings

Estimation of pathogen concentrations in a drinking water source using hydrodynamic modelling and microbial source tracking

Johan Åström, Thomas Pettersson, Olof Bergstedt et al
Journal of Water and Health. Vol. 10 (3), p. 358-370
Journal article

Decay of Bacteroidales Genetic Markers in Relation to Traditional Fecal Indicators for Water Quality Modeling of Drinking Water Sources

Olof Bergstedt, Johan Åström, Ekaterina Sokolova et al
Environmental Science & Technology. Vol. 46 (2), p. 892-900
Journal article

Water quality modelling, monitoring and microbial source tracking for microbial risk assessment of a drinking water source

Thomas Pettersson, Inger Kjellberg, Ekaterina Sokolova et al
Åttonde Nordiska Dricksvattenkonferensen, Svenskt Vatten, NordIWA, Stockholm, 18-20 juni 2012, p. 94-98
Conference poster

Fate and transport modelling of microbial pollution in a lake used as a drinking water source

Charlotta Borell Lövstedt, Ekaterina Sokolova, Thomas Pettersson
Paper in proceedings