Dr Carlos Alberto Martinez-Huitle currently serves as a Research Associate in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Milan, Italy. His research is centered on Electrocatalysis and Quality Control, in an environmental context. He works in the “green chemistry” field, developing new remediation methods for environmental protection, such as chemical/electrochemical processes for wastewater treatment. He has published over 25 articles on electrochemistry and related topics, and contributed to a book; “Wastewater Treatment Technologies and Environment” (2004). He has participated in dozens of conference proceedings and refereed for several journals on environmental management.
Dr Martinez-Huitle graduated in Chemistry at the Universidad de las Américas in Puebla, Mexico. He completed work experience at Ciba - Specialty Chemicals, where he worked in the Quality Control and Engineering Additives areas. He also studied alternatives for wastewater treatment at the Universidad de las Américas. He then moved to the University of Ferrara, Italy where he earned a PhD in Chemical Sciences. He received a prize for Best Italian PhD Thesis in Chemical Sciences with applications in Environmental Chemistry. During the same period, he also worked as visiting scientist at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Laussanne, Switzerland.
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