07:00 • July 21. 2021
Two researchers from Almeria, Anna Aguera s Sixto Malatu, both are related to Center for Solar Energy Research (CIESOL), is listed among the ten most influential in Europe in work on wastewater treatment.
Agüera is a professor at University of Almeria Sixto Malato is a researcher in Almeria Solar Platform, located in Tabernas. They do their job in the proven research center at UAL and they Two of the only three Spaniards in the societal eliteAccording to the report prepared by him University of Bath, from the United Kingdom, and Kiowa Institute, from the Netherlands and was recently published by “chemical envelopeThe most famous scientific journal in the field of renewable energy and circular economy.
A statement from the University of Almeria highlights this, as a result of the work of its scientists and Experience accumulated since 2005, The Sisol became ‘hu Standard in wastewater treatment research Municipalities”, indicates that confirmation of this quality in research ‘recently produced and because it is more satisfying to obtain, From the international arena According to the evaluation of prestigious entities through analysis, rigor is key.”
From the University of Bath report and the Kiowa Institute it appears that يبدو Spain, led by Almeria, produced the largest number of publicationsSwitzerland has the highest average citations per post. It is also indicated that the most productive researchers come from the Netherlands, six, and Spain, three, and Professor Damia Barcelo, from the Supreme Council for Scientific Research, joins the two from Almeria.
The work carried out and published adds conclusions of great importance such as Importance of fine pollutant removal research in Europe, or demonstrating a paradigm shift from simple removal of pollutants to Resource recovery and the circular economy.
Sixto Malato and Ana Aguera she Spearhead in the research center which started its operation 16 years ago and is recognized as a reference in wastewater management.