Antonis Mavropoulos

Antonis Mavropoulos

Antonis Mavropoulos is the President of the International Solid Waste Association (ISWA). He is Chemical Engineer and he holds an Advanced Management degree from IESE Business School. He has been involved to waste management since 1994. He has completed more than 150 projects in 15 different countries and he has worked as an Associated Researcher of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).

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Spyros G. Pavlostathis

Spyros G. Pavlostathis

 

Dr. Pavlostathis is Professor of Environmental Engineering at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA. He completed his MS and Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering at Cornell University after obtaining his Diploma in Agricultural Engineering at the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece.

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Irene M.C. LO

Irene M.C. LO

Prof. Irene M. C. Lo is currently a Chair Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of Environmental Engineering and Management Program at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). She has been joining HKUST since 1992. Prof. Lo is an elected Academician of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (EASA).

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David Newman

David Newman

David Newman is the President of the World Biogas Association since late 2016 and also manages the Bio-Based and Biodegradable Industries Association in the UK. BBIA is a partner in the EU project Res Urbis. Previously he was President of ISWA for 4 years and has worked on biowaste recovery and recycling since 1998. He has worked on national and European legislation and was part of the team that worked to develop the EU carrier bags directive. He also manages his own consultancy that works for several companies, helping to develop partnerships for their environmentally sustainable technologies and applications.

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Ange Nzihou

Ange Nzihou

Professor Ange Nzihou obtained his PhD degree in chemical engineering at the National Polytechnic Institute in Toulouse, France in 1994. His research interests focus on treatment processes and engineering new materials from waste and biomass. He has published about 120 papers in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings, and supervised 10 PhD students and 12 post-docs. Since 2001, he has received 20 significant grants from industry and governmental agencies. He is the initiator and the Chairman of the WasteEng Conference Series dedicated to organizing conferences and seminars on Waste and Biomass Valorization (www.wasteeng.org).

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Mauro Majone

Mauro Majone

Mauro Majone is Full Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Sapienza Universita di Roma. He Teaches of "Chemical Engineering” and “ Treatment and Valorization of Polluting Effluents” at the course of Industrial Chemistry and of “Bioprocesses for energy and Environment” at the course of Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology. - Member of the Teacher Boards of Doctorate of Chemical Engineering and the Master on Site Remediation. - Supervisor of more than 80 undergraduate students and more than 10 PhD students. - Research areas: Treatment and upgrading of wastes and wastewaters, Environmental and Industrial biotechnology, Biofuels, Bioplastics, Remediation of polluted groundwater and soils, in situ bioremediation.

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David Bolzonella

David Bolzonella

David Bolzonella is Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering at the Department of Biotechnology of the University of Verona, Italy. His main fields of experties are related to the treatment of organic waste of municipal/industrial/agricultural origin for the production of biofuels and bio-based products. In this area he participated to 10 EU funded projects and published 90 indexed papers, cited more than 1,600 times. He is particularly active also in the consulting activity for public bodies and companies operating in the sectors of waste and wastewater management.

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Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith

Stephen R. Smith is Professor of Bioresource Systems in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London. Professor Smith has 25 years of experience investigating the treatment and agronomic properties of sludges and organic wastes recycled to land and their environmental impact, including nutrients, potentially toxic elements, organic contaminants and pathogens.

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