Dr. Jianhua Guo received his PhD on Environmental Engineering in 2011 from the Harbin Institute of Technology, China. After his PhD, he worked for two years as a Lecturer at Beijing University of Technology. Currently, Dr, Guo is a Research Fellow at the Advanced Water Management Centre (AWMC) at The University of Queensland. His research has yielded 1 scholarly book, 1 book chapter, more than 60 fully refereed papers and 5 patents. His publications have been cited for more than 1100 times and his H-index has reached 17 (May, 2016). His research interests are in the field of microorganisms involved in global nitrogen and methane cycles, as well as emerging contaminants in water environments (e.g. nanoparticles and antibiotic resistance genes). He was awarded the DECRA Fellow of Australian Research Council in 2013.
Dr. Guo will stay for almost one month at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) in the GENOCOV research group. He will be working in application of anammox to mainstream. Next Monday 12:00, May 30th 2016 at Sala de Graus of the Escola d’Enginyeria he will deliver the seminar: Enabling technologies for complete nitrogen removal in the next generation wastewater treatment plants