BSc, PhD in Chemistry in 1985 at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Research Professor at the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA) from the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) in Barcelona (Spain). His main research interests are the Environmental Chemistry focusing on the transformation processes and the pathway of organic contaminants in the environment and engineered ecosystems. He has been appointed Member of the National Committee to cope with the ecological emergency in the Doñana, National Park 1997-1999, Steering Committee of the Catalan Society of Chemistry (2002-2004), GESAMP (Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Pollution) membership 2008. He was editor of the Analytical Chemistry A pages (2003-2005), coeditor of Comprehensive Sampling and Sample Preparation Encyclopedia (Elsevier) and editorial board of the International Journal of Environmental Chemistry. Dr. Bayona is coauthor of 240 publications in peer-reviewed journals, 35 book chapters, H index 31 and 5020 citations.
He is currently a Tenured Scientist at the Department of Environmental Chemistry at the IDAEA-CSIC, in Barcelona. He completed part of his Ph.D. research in USA (University of Tennessee and University of Kentucky) and received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) in 1994. Afterwards, he worked at University of Porto, Portugal, as a postdoctoral Marie Curie Fellow (1995). From 1996 to 1999 he held a postdoctoral position at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA, and returned to Spain holding a RED-Generalitat de Catalunya contract to work at the CSIC. In 2003 he gained a Ramón y Cajal scientific position until he was appointed to CSIC staff member. His main research interests focus on the development of analytical methodologies for trace metal speciation and transformation, pathways and the fate of pollutants (metals, organics and organometallics) in the environment. At present, he is involved in studies on the biogeochemical cycling of mercury and methylmercury in aquatic ecosystems and biomarkers for human exposure assessment of mercury. Dr. Díez has recently been developing passive sampling approaches with Diffusive Gradients in Thin-films (DGT) devices for monitoring of mercury speciation in different aquatic environments.
DOCTOR ad honorem
Research Professor. In 1970 established in the CSIC (Barcelona), the Department of Environmental Chemistry, which has carried out pioneering research in the fields of environmental organic chemistry, biogeochemistry and marine waters and the ecotoxicology of organic contaminants. More than 250 papers published in international journals on topics of Environment and Organic Geochemistry and director of 20 PhD theses. Editor of the Internat. J. Environ. Anal. Chem. and vice-president of the International Association of Environmental Analytical Chemistry (IAEAC). He has carried out an extensive international activity as advisor and collaborator of UNEP, to establish environmental monitoring programs in countries of Latin America and has been final evaluator of UNEP projects for technical training in developing countries. In 2002 he was appointed vice-chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee on the Prestige accident in 2004, coordinator of the European Network on Accidental Marine Pollution (AMPERA) and, since 2010, the ERA-Net "Towards Integrated European marine research strategy and programs "(SEAS-ERA), which groups 20 countries. Is member of the International Oil Spill Identification Network of Experts (OSINET). He has held various positions in public management research (Director of CID-CSIC and Deputy Director for Research of the Catalan Government) and University policy (Commissioner for Universities and Research of the Generalitat de Catalunya). Dr. Albaigés is member of the Academia Europaea, the European Artium et Scientarum Academy and the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences.
_ C. Domínguez obtained her BS degree in chemistry at the Barcelona
University in 1998 and her PhD in 2003 in the same university. She is currently
a contracted researcher on the Environmental Chemistry department from the
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research of the Spanish National Research Council. Her research interests include the determination of
antibiotics and emerging pollutants in diverse environmental matrices.
Moreover, she takes part in the determination of the fingerprint of marine oil
spills in order to identify the source of contamination.
Matamoros, BSc in Biochemistry and Biology, PhD in Chemistry in 2007 at the University
of Barcelona (extraordinary thesis award 2007-2008). From 2009-2011 he held a
postdoctoral position at the Department of Chemistry in the University of
Girona (Juan de la Cierva contract). Actually he is a post-doc researcher at
the IDAEA-CSIC (JAE-Doc contract). His main research interests focus on the behaviour
of emerging organic contaminants in the environment and especially in
eco-efficient wastewater treatment technologies (constructed wetlands,
polishing ponds and advanced biological treatment systems), as well as the
development of analytical methodologies for their determination in different
environmental matrices (water, sediment and plants). He is co-author of 30
publications in peer-reviewed journals.
Carles Hurtado Cervera
Born in Barcelona in 1987. I graduated in 2010 from University of Barcelona with a degree in Chemistry. In the same year, I started a Master in Advanced Chemistry in the Analytical Department at the same university, where I researched sorption of Sulfamethazine in soils amended with Biochar. In 2013, I was awarded a grant from the Spanish Government to work on my Ph.D. thesis at IDAEA. My work is focused on the effects of biochar and nanoparticles on the plant uptake of some pharmaceutical and personal care product (PPCPs). Some of these PPCPs can be translocated by plants into the leaves, our main focus is to study if the large surface of biochar or nanoparticles may reduce this uptake. My last goal is to evaluate the possible metabolism of these compounds in plants. Hence, some instrumental techniques such as GC-MS/MS, GCxGC-ToF and UPLC-MS/MS will be applied.
Born in Sant Cugat, Barcelona (Spain) in 1989. Graduated in 2012 from Institut Químic de Sarrià (Barcelona) with a degree in Chemistry, also graduated in 2015 from University of Barcelona with a Master in Analytical Chemistry, where my research was focused on the development of a method for the extraction and determination of sulfonamides in vegetable matrix by UHPLC-MS/MS. In 2015, I was awarded a grant from the Spanish Government to work on my Ph.D. thesis at IDAEA -CSIC (Barcelona). The research aims to investigate the impact of chemical pollution due to atmosphere, rain, soil and irrigation water in selected crops (lettuce, artichokes, cabbage, tomato, eggplant and zucchini). This study will be performed in the delta of Llobregat (Barcelona, Spain) in a gradient of air pollution and water irrigation of different physico-chemical quality. Persistent organic micropollutants (PAHs, PCBs, DDTs, PFOS, PBDEs, triazine and phenoxy herbicides, pyrethroids), persistent emerging pollutants (carbamazepine, BPA, PFCA, antibiotics), heavy metals (Cu, Ba, Zn, Pb, Hg, Cd) and metalloids (As) will be analyzed.
2008-13. Licenciatura en Ciencias Ambientales en la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona 2011. Auxiliar de laboratorio en SPM Controler 2012. Proyecto Final de Carrera en InBIO (Costa Rica), estancia de cinco meses 2013-2015. Máster Agua. Análisis multidisciplinar y gestión sostenible en la Universidad de Barcelona
Đorđe Tadić received in 2012 an M.Sc. in Food Engineering from the University of Novi Sad, Serbia (Faculty of Technology Novi Sad). The research part of his master thesis was performed at the Department of Biotechnology, Microbiology and Food Safety of the Biotechnical Faculty in Ljubljana, Slovenia; where the antimicrobial activity of phenolic extracts capsulated in β-cyclodekstrine and liposome was studied. After his master graduation, he worked in a sugar factory, where he was in charge for controlling technological parameters of sugar production and product quality. From October 2014, he has been working at the “Center of Excellence in Food Safety and Emerging Risks, Laboratory for Chemical Contaminants and Mass Spectrometry” at the Faculty of Technology, Novi Sad. He worked on the development and validation of methods for the analysis of different groups of organic pollutants. Analysis of persistent organic pollutants was performed employing UPLC-MS, GC-MS and GS-µECD in water, soil and food samples. Currently he is employed as an Early-Stage Researcher of the ANSWER project at IDAEA-CSIC and he is a Ph.D. student at the Technical University of Catalonia - Barcelona School of Biosystems and Agri-Food Engineering. His research focuses on the uptake of antibiotics and antibacterial contaminants and their metabolites in crops; the fate of antibiotics in soil-root system and on the identifying key physico-chemical properties affecting uptake, translocation and metabolization of antibiotics in field-scale irrigation and greenhouse experiments. email: email@example.com
Rui You born in Sichuan (China) in 1990. After obtained her degree in engineering, she studied master courses at Southwest University (China) from 2013 to 2016. During that period, she devoted herself to the research about environmental chemistry, especially into the pollution of mercury. Her MSc thesis project is about the effect of low-molecular weight organic acids on the speciation of mercury in the soils of Water-Level-Fluctuating zone of the Three Gorges Reservoir. Since September 2016, she has been awarded a scholarship under the State Scholarship Fund(China) to pursue her study in IDAEA-CSIC (Barcelona) as a PhD. student. Currently her job is mainly involved in analyzing the value of several contaminants (Pb, Hg, As) in the edible part of the peri-urban crops, to assess the pressure of the infrastructure on the peri-urban agriculture.
Born inBarcelonain 1987, I gotthe title ofSenior Technician inEnvironmental Healthin 2008 and in Environmental Chemistryin 2009.I am currently aSenior Technician hiredin the Department ofEnvironmental ChemistryinIDAEA-CSIC.The main line ofresearch focuses onthe behaviour ofemerging contaminantsin different environmentalmatrices (water, soil,plant material...).