Prof. Vincenzo Naddeo
University of Salerno
Director of the Sanitary Environmental Engineering Division (SEED) at the University of Salerno (Italy) where he drives research activities in the Environmental Engineering fields.
President, Athens College; Professor of Civil, Environmental and Aerospace Engineering.
A member of the Academy of Athens, Professor Costas Emmanuel Synolakis graduated from Athens College in 1975. He earned his B.Sc. in Engineering and Applied Science in 1978, his M.Sc. in Civil Engineering in 1979, and his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering in 1986, all from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). .
Dr. Raúl Munoz
University of Valladolid
Raúl is Full Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology and Senior Researcher at the Institute of Sustainable Processes at the University of Valladolid.
Dr. Antonis Zorpas
Open University of Cyprus
Dr Antonis Zorpas is a Chemical Engineer with a PhD in Environmental Management and Engineering. He is actively engaged with several Universities, Research Institutes in Europe.
Prof Paige Novak
University of Minnesota
Novak’s area of interest is the biological transformation of hazardous substances in sediment, groundwater, and wastewater, resource recovery, and particularly how engineers can influence these processes.
Dr. Guillermo San Miguel
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Dr. Guillermo San Miguel is a Lecturer and Senior Research Fellow (PCD-I3) in the School of Industrial Engineering (ETSII) at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
Mrs Margot de Cleen
Senior advisor Soil and Water in the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
Margot de Cleen works for the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management as senior advisor Soil and Water.
Prof Anastasios I. Stamou
National Technical University of
Professor at the Technical University of Athens (NTUA), School of Civil Engineering, in “Computational Methods in Environmental Fluid Mechanics and in the Design of Environmental Hydraulic Works”.
Pr. Nikolaos Mihalopoulos
Vice-President of NOA.
Prof. Nikolaos Mihalopoulos graduated from Chemistry department (University of Athens, 1984) and he obtained a M.Sc. (1985) and then a PhD (1989) from University Paris VII (France) in Atmospheric Sciences
Dr. Zhugen Yang
Dr Zhugen Yang is faculty member at Cranfield University (UK), heading up Cranfield Sensors Laboratory.He received a prestigious UKRC Personal Fellowship in 2018 to start his independent academic at the University of Glasgow
Prof. Maria P. Papadopoulou
President of the Management
Board, Natural Environment and
Climate Change Agenc
Director of Physical Geography and Environmental Impacts Lab and since 2017 Deputy Dean at the School of Rural & Surveying Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
Prof. Phoebe Koundouri
Athens University of Economics
Holds a PhD and MPhil in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Cambridge (UK). For her studies she received a full scholarship from the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust.
Prof. Dr. Adrian Covaci
Professor of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry at the University of Antwerp
He is the current director of the Toxicological Center in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. After he has acquired a PhD in Chemistry in 2002, he became a full professor in 2012.
Dr Maria Neira
Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health
World Health Organization
Dr Maria P. Neira has been directing the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health at the World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland since September 2005. Throughout her tenure and up until now she has led and advised on policy and management in key areas of environmental health.
Susan D. Richardson
Arthur Sease Williams Professor of Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina
Prior to coming to USC, she was a Research Chemist for several years at the U.S. EPA’s National Exposure Research Laboratory. For the last several years, Susan has been conducting research in drinking water—specifically in the study of toxicologically important disinfection by-products (DBPs).