SESTO SIMPOSIO SULL'ECONOMIA CIRCOLARE E L'URBAN MINING
10° ANNIVERSARIO / CAPRI / 18-20 MAGGIO 2022

Presidenti del Simposio

  • Raffaello Cossu

    Professore Emerito di Ingegneria Ambientale presso l'Università degli Studi di Padova (IT), è andato in pensione nel settembre del 2018. E' stato il Presidente del Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria per l’Ambiente e il Territorio presso la medesima Università dal 2000 al 2013. Dal 2009 al 2017 è stato direttore responsabile della rivista scientifica internazionale "Waste Management” edita da Elsevier. Attualmente è direttore della nuova rivista scientifica internazionale "DETRITUS - Journal for Waste Resources and Residues". Ex-presidente dell’IWWG, la principale associazione scientifica internazionale in materia di rifiuti solidi, è ora membro del Managing Board della stessa. E’ stato presidente del GITISA (Gruppo Italiano di Ingegneria Sanitaria Ambientale). In qualità di relatore ha partecipato a più di 50 seminari e 100 conferenze in tutto il mondo sul tema della gestione dei rifuti e delle discariche controllate. E’ inoltre autore di più di 150 pubblicazioni scientifiche e di cinque libri internazionali sul trattamento dei rifiuti, pubblicati da primarie case editrici (Academic Press, Elsevier, EF e Spon).

  • Johann Fellner

    Associate Prof. Johann Fellner is working as at the Institute for Water Quality and Resource Management at TU Wien (AT) for more than 20 years. From 2012 to 2020, he has headed the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Anthropogenic Resources, a research centre that developed and applied methods for the prospection, exploration, evaluation and classification of secondary resources in analogy to primary resources. His main research interest besides recovery & classification of secondary resources out of different wastes is in the field of landfilling and waste incineration.

  • Ian Williams

    Professor of Applied Environmental Science and Associate Dean (Enterprise) in the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton, UK. He has an established track record in the field of environmental pollution and waste management. His work at Southampton has focused on pollution, waste- and carbon-related issues. Ian has published extensively in books and peer-reviewed journals as well as producing over 100 commercial project reports. He has a long track record of holding positions as an External Examiner for taught and research degrees, service on external bodies, sitting on the scientific and organizing committees of several international conferences, working on national and international task groups. Ian has received a number of awards for his research activities, including: the International Solid Waste Association Publication Award in 2016 and 2017, the Institution of Civil Engineers Baker Medal in 2010 and awards from the Chartered Institute of Wastes Management (Waste Regulation Award 2010, 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15; James Jackson Award 2006, 2015/16, 2016/17; J.C. Dawes Award 2016).