Organizing Committee Members - Climate 2020
Director of SINIF
Researcher at the University of Alicante.
Psychologist and Environmental Consultant. He did doctoral studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment of the UNED. Chief of Brigade in a Forest Fire Service with more than 20 years of experience. He collaborates with several companies and institutions in the area of training in Psychology in Emergencies and Human Resources. He is Professor at the University of Valencia in the Master in "Intervention and operational coordination in emergencies and catastrophes" and other postgraduate courses on emergencies. Director and President of the International Scientific-Professional Committee of the National Symposium on Forest Fires (SINIF). He has lectured internationally and has been part of the Organizing Committee of several International Congresses on Earth Sciences and Climate Change. He is part of the Editorial Board of several international scientific journals. He has published articles on forest fires, stress, psychosocial risks and emotional trauma, mainly in relation to emergency services and natural disasters. Currently, he is assigned to the Research Group on "Climate and Territorial Planning" (University of Alicante), where he researches on the social perception of forest fire risk and behavior in the event of possible disasters.
Jaime Senabre(Research Area)
Forest fires, risk perception, natural hazards, environmental psychology and human behavior in emergency situations. Currently, he is assigned to the Research Group on "Climate and Territorial Planning" (University of Alicante), where he researches on the social perception of forest fire risk and behavior in the event of possible disasters.
Head of Department
Wieslaw Ziaja has completed his PhD in natural sciences, geography, from the Jagiellonian University. He is a Physical Geographer and Landscape Ecologist, a Professor and Head of the Department of Physical Geography, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Jagiellonian University in Cracow (Poland). He took part in 14 summer scientific expeditions to Spitsbergen and has published a few dozen papers in reputed journals and five books. His research interests include landscape and natural environment structure and functioning, geographical aspects of nature and landscape protection, physical geography of the Arctic, North Europe, and the Carpathians. Since 2000 AD, he is focused on landscape and environmental transformation of the Arctic, mainly under a contemporary climate change.
Wieslaw Ziaja(Research Area)
Physical Geography, Climate Change, Spatial Management,Geology
Head of Department
Lublin University of Technology
Agata Zdyb (Biography)
Agata Zdyb received her PhD in 2002 from Gdansk University of Technology in Poland. She completed the habilitation in 2012 at AGH University of Science and Technology, thesis title: â€œThe research on the improvement of dye-sensitized solar cells efficiencyâ€. She is the head of the Institute of Renewable Energy Engineering at Lublin University of Technology, Poland. Agata Zdyb is author and co-author of more than 80 publications in international and Polish journals and conference contributions. Her scientific topics of interest are: thin film solar cells, dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC), photovoltaic systems, organic dyes for applications in DSSC, renewable energy sources, nanotechnology.
Agata Zdyb (Research Area)
renewable energy, photovoltaics, thin film photovoltaic modules, outdoor testing of PV system
University of Edinburgh
Stephen Salter is emeritus Professor of Engineering Design. After an apprenticeship in the aircraft industry on the SR177 and Black Knight he did physics at Cambridge and stayed on as a research assistant/inventorâ€™s mate to Richard Gregory working on microscopes and telescope cameras. He moved with Gregory to Edinburgh University to build robots for Artificial Intelligence and then to the School of Engineering to work on renewable energy.
Stephen Salter(Research Area)
transfer-function, cloud-brightening, climate-change. condensation nuclei.
Center for Environmental Technology
Titin Handayani was born in Central Java Indonesia on October 25th, 1957. She received the Master and Doctor degree in Agronomic from Bogor Agriculture University, in 1995 and 2003, respectively. She is currently a Professor in the Center for Environmental Technology, Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology, Jakarta, Indonesia and has been the Director of the Laboratory of Ecotoxicology and Biomonitoring since 2013. Her current research interest include environmental technology include micrfoalgae for tolerant to extreme environment. She published more than 100 scientific papers in the field of environmental and agriculture technology.
Titin Handayani(Research Area)
biofixation, CO2 emission, Euglena sp., raceway pond.