Dr. Claudio Cameselle is an Associate Professor in the University of Vigo. He has over 20 years of teaching and research experience in the field of chemical and environmental engineering. He taught courses in chemical engineering (chemical reactors, catalysis and industrial processes) but nowadays he is teaching several courses in environmental science and technology for undergraduate and master students in the School of Industrial Engineering. He also coordinates the Master in Industrial Pollution: Assessment, Prevention and Control. He published several book chapters and conference proceedings about teaching and teaching innovation.
His research expertise includes: (1) environmental remediation of soils, sediments and groundwater; and (2) engineering applications of waste/recycled materials. More specifically, his recent activity has focused on the electrokinetic remediation of contaminated soils and the development of coupled technologies for soil remediation. His research is leading to practical solutions to the real-world problems.
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