Prof. Tian Guohang
Tian Guohang is a professor and doctoral supervisor at Henan Agricultural University, a leader in the landscape architecture discipline of Henan Agricultural University, and a visiting scholar at Ohio State University. He is currently the dean of the College of Landscape Architecture and Art of Henan Agricultural University, the director of the Henan International Joint Laboratory of Landscape Architecture, and the director of the Henan Universities Innovation and Intelligence Base. He is also the vice-chairman of the Henan Provincial Landscape Architecture Society, and the acceptance expert of the National Garden City (county) and the provincial garden city (county) of the Provincial Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development. He has long been engaged in the research of urban and rural green space systems and landscape architecture planning and design, and research in the field of landscape ecosystem and green space resource regulation.
Dr. Günter Langergraber
Dr. Günter Langergraber is Senior Scientist at the Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Water Pollution Control of the Department of Water, Atmosphere and Environment at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU). His research focusses on nature-based solutions, treatment wetlands and resources-oriented sanitation systems, as stand-alone research topics as well as in combination. Dr. Langergraber is Chair of the COST Action CA17133 Circular City "Implementing nature-based solutions for creating a resourceful circular city" (https://circular-city.eu/).
Dr. Engineer Livia Nistor-Lopatenco, Associate Professor
Dr Livia Nistor-Lopatenco has 21 work experience at the Technical University of Moldova (start with University assistant, continued with: Assistant lecturer, Senior lecturer, Associate Professor, Responsible for Master studies at Faculty Cadastre, Geodesy and Constructions, Head of Chair Geodesy, Cadastre and Geotechnics and now, she is Dean of the Faculty of Constructions, Geodesy and Cadastre, Technical University of Moldova. She is responsible for the educational process at the Faculty of Constructions, Geodesy and Cadastre on cycle I, II and III. But she has in parallel with the university activity a beautiful experience of 7 years in production: Geodetic coordinator engineer at Department of Geodesy and Cadastre, State Enterprise, Institute of Geodesy, Technical Research and Cadastre «INGEOCAD», subordinated at Agency Land Relations and Cadastre of the Republic of Moldova.
Fabio Masi is R&D&I Manager and Technical Director of the Italian engineering company IRIDRA Srl, since 1998, Vice-President of Global Wetland Technology (companies association) since 2012 and IWA Fellow since 2020. His background is a PhD in Environmental Sciences and a MSc in Environmental Chemistry. He’s been Chair of the IWA SG on Wetland Systems for Water Pollution Control and of the TG on Nature Based Solutions for Water and Sanitation. He is project co-author for over 500 Designs of Constructed Wetlands worldwide and author of more than 100 scientific papers. He has been working in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America and involved in EC funded projects in the FP5, FP7, MEDA, ENI CBC MED, Horizon 2020, Interreg and Life+ programs.
Prof. Janusz Olejnik
The basic education of Prof. Janusz Olejnik is an experimental Physics and he did his Ph.D. in climatology. Since the beginning of his career, his scientific interests were: landscape-ecological impact of climate change, mass and energy exchange between land ecosystems and the atmosphere, causes, and consequences of climate changes, modern techniques of fluxes measurements, carbon and water cycle, micrometeorology. He was (or still is) a coordinator of over a dozen national and international research projects, including seven from EU funds. Among his numerous achievement, one of the most significant were a scholarship from the International Institute of Applied Systems Analyses (IASA) in Laxenburg, Austria, then two times from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, which he spent in Munich and in Muncheberg, Germany, and one from Dekaban Foundation at the University of British Columbia at Vancouver, Canada.Prof. Janusz Olejnik is also a worldwide recognized scientist, active as a member of many national and international research and consultation groups. For instance, he was a representative of Poland in 4 Cost Actions, is currently a member of 4 Scientific Councils of Polish research institutions, and since 2021 a member of the National Council for Environmental Protection. For a couple of years now he is also the main initiator of building the ICOS network in Poland (Integrated Carbon Observation System) and acts as a Focal Point for the ICOS-PL project.Prof. Olejnik is very well known the creator of the first network of stations for the study of mass and energy exchange between forest ecosystems and the atmosphere in Poland using the eddy covariance method (currently there are 5 fully operational stations). He was the supervisor of about10 doctoral dissertations. Currently, he performs as the head of the Meteorology Laboratory at Poznan University of Life Sciences (PULS) and simultaneously the Director of the PULS doctoral school.
Luiza C. Campos
Luiza C. Campos is a civil engineer with a PhD in Environmental Engineering by Imperial College, UK and an MSc in Water and Sanitation by University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Before moving to the UK, she worked 10 years for the state water and sanitation company of Goias and another 10 years as a lecturer at the Federal University of Goias in Brazil. She is an Associate Professor at the Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering of UCL where she has worked since 2007. At UCL, she acted as Undergraduate Admissions Tutor (2009-2013), Director for the Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Programme (2010-2014), Departmental Equal Opportunities Liaison Officer (2015-2018) and led the Athena Swan application which granted the Department a Bronze Award for advancing gender equality practice in 2016. She leads the Water Management Research Group, is Co-Director of the UCL Centre for Urban Sustainability and Resilience, and Co-Chair of the UCL Grand Challenges of Human Wellbeing. Her research lies within water and sanitation systems with particular interest on designing, testing, implementing technologies and tools to reduce environmental pollution and enhance human health and wellbeing.
Adelaide Almeida is an Industrial Chemist with a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering by the Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, and an MSc in Sanitary Engineering by the New University of Lisbon. She is coordinator professor at the Department of Technologies and Applied Sciences of the Polytechnic Institute of Beja (IPBeja), since 1992. She has been teaching several curricular units both at undergraduate and postgraduate degree levels in Environmental Engineering and others, at IPBeja, in the areas of chemistry, biochemistry, treatment of urban and industrial effluents, and transport phenomena. Also in IPBeja, she is the director of the water quality control laboratory and Head of the Department of Technologies and Applied Sciences. She is responsible for the Bachelor of Environmental Engineering. Her research activities are focused on urban and industrial wastewater treatment, such as swine wastewater, olive mill wastewater by biological, chemical and phytoremediation processes.