JORDI MORATÓ FARRERASUNESCO Chair on SustainabilityUniversitat Politècnica de CatalunyaEET- Campus TerrassaC/Colom, 108222-TERRASSABarcelona (SPAIN) Telf. : 937398660 - 616287243e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org/12/1965
Dr. Microbiology from UAB.
Coordinator of UNESCO Chair on Sustainability, from 2008.
Coordinator of Sustainable Water Management Group (AQUASOST, (http://www.aquasost.com), of the UNESCO Chair on Sustainability, and coordinator of the Health and Environmental Microbiology Lab (MSMLab) of the UPC.
Member of the Joint Research Unit UPC-CSIC on Natural Systems for Water Treatment (http://www.cid.csic.es/aquanat/).
Principal investigator in international projects with other research teams from the UPC and other universities or public administrations, in the field of water quality, appropriate technologies for water potabilization and wastewater treatment, sustainable water management including the water management and the adaptation to climate change.
Technical coordinator of Alfa program TECSPAR "Sustainable technologies for water purification and wastewater treatment", 2006-2009.
Participation in 60 international cooperation projects (1996-2013), in the area of Higher Education, including stages, courses, seminars, workshops, direction of PhD and Master thesis, assessment, and others, specially for Colombia, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Cabo Verde, Senegal, UK and USA.
Coordinator of LIFE11 ENV/SE/579 "Regeneration and reuse of runoff and drainage water in agricultural plots by combined natural water treatment systems" (2011-2014).
2 patent, more of 60 scientific papers, including scientific journals, books and communications in international meetings.
Curator of the international exhibitions “Reciclar ciudad. Moravia un proceso de transformación en Medellín”, exposed in Medellin, in the VII Bienal de Arquitectura y Urbanismo (October 2010) and Maloka, Bogotá (from 1/10/2012 to 15/11/2012), and the exposition “El agua que quita el hambre”, jointly organized by Acción contra el Hambre, in the “Museo de la Ciencia y la Técnica” in Terrassa (autumn-winter 2011), in the URV at Tarragona (spring-summer 2012) and in the URV at Tortosa (autumn-winter 2012).
More Info: Portfolio Jordi Morató 2016 English-Spanish