SHORT SUMMARY OF SCIENTIFIC LIFE
David Cueto studied Chemical Engineering at University of Cartagena – Colombia (2012) and a Master in Biological and Environmental Engineering at Autonomous University of Barcelona (2017). Currently, David is studying a PhD in Environmental Science and Technology and his research is focused on the biological treatment of high sulfate-laden effluents and its integration in a circular economy system, the study of mathematical description of this system and the development of novel online monitoring techniques to measure sulfur species. David has also worked in the study of biological sulfide oxidation to produce elemental sulfur as a potential value-added product. His research interests include biological treatment of wastewater and flue gases.
Cueto D., Mora M. & Gabriel D. Evaluating and modeling biological sulfur production in the treatment of sulfide-laden streams containing ammonium. J Chem Technol Biotechnol. 2021; 96: 439-447. DOI: doi.org/10.1002/jctb.6558
1. Cueto, D, Baeza, M, Baeza, J & Gabriel, D 2019, 'Monitoring and Modeling of Sulfate Reducing Bioreactors' 8th International Conference on Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control & Bioenergy, Galway-Ireland.
2. Cueto, D, Baeza, M, Baeza, J & Gabriel, D 2017, 'Influence of Air Flowrate on the Recovery of Elemental Sulfur in the Treatment of Sulfide-laden Streams Containing Ammonium' 7th International Conference on Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control & Bioenergy, A Coruña-Spain.