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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.
Juan Carlos Burguillo received the M.Sc. degree in Telecommunication Engineering in 1995, and the Ph.D. degree in Telematics in 2001; both at the University of Vigo, Spain. He is currently an associate professor at the Department of Telematic Engineering at the same university. From 2004 to 2006 he was Quality responsible at the Telecommunications School, and from 2005 to 2009 Vice-dean for International Relations. In October 2010, he received a Medal for the Merit Order, from the Ministry of Interior affairs, for supporting the Spanish Security Forces in the fight against childhood crime in the Internet. He has directed and participated in several R&D projects in the areas of Telecommunications and Software Engineering, and has published more than one hundred papers in international refereed journals and conference proceedings. His main research interests include artificial intelligence, game theory and evolutionary algorithms applied to optimization, and eLearning.
Angel Barajas is a professor at the Department of Financial Economics and Accounting at the University of Vigo (Spain). Degree in Economics and Business Administration from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Navarra. Before joining the University, he worked as an internal auditor and business consultant. He has taught Masters in universities in Germany, England, Portugal and Russia. He has been summoned as an expert by UEFA to discuss his Fair Play Financial program. He is a researcher of the Economic Observatory of Sport of Spain. He belongs to the SETrg research group (Sport, Entertainment and Tourism Research Group). He is currently the Academinc Secretary of the MBA in Sport from the University of Vigo. His research focuses on creating value through intangibles and sports finance. He is the Academic Supervisor and Leading Researcher of the International Laboratory on Intangible-driven Economy of the Higher School of Economics (Russian Federation).
Andrés Rodríguez Seijo, PhD since 2016 (by the Universidade de Vigo) in the area of Soil Science, had a Licenciatura (equivalent to BSc+MSc) in Biology in 2012, and a Master in Terrestrial Ecosystems, Sustainable Use and Environmental Implications in 2013, both by the same University.
His expertise is focused on the behaviour of lead and potentially toxic elements on mine, urban and shooting ranges soils, and their study through several techniques: soil extractions, phytoremediation strategies, application of lead isotopes as tracers, TOF-SIMS analyses to know the behaviour with soil components, use of nanoparticles to reduce available contents and application of ecotoxicological techniques.
He’s author/co-author of 15 articles in SCI journals (h index of 3), two book chapters and 19 communications to national and international conferences. He participated in two local and regional projects and a spanish national project about soil remediation with nanoparticles, and also acts a reviewer for several WoS journals.
My current research interests are focussed on testing a wide range of evolutionary biology hypotheses, and specifically in understanding the functional consequences of genetic changes and the molecular mechanisms underlying the processes of reproductive isolation, adaptation and ultimately speciation. I am also interested in understanding basic aspects about reproductive biology, molecular mechanisms underlying doubly uniparental inheritance (DUI) of mtDNA, nuclear and mitochondrial genome coevolution, as well as molecular effects-footprints of climate change and pollution in several marine organisms.
I'm a postdoctoral researcher at Universidade de Vigo (Spain). My interests are ranging from conservation genetics to evolutionary processes, always by using computational tools.