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Deborah Panepinto

Biography:

Deborah Panepinto, graduated in Environmental Engineering at Politecnico DI Torino on March 2006 (mark 110 L /110) and achieved her professional qualification in the second session of 2006. Since January 2009 started the PhD in Environmental Engineering at Politecnico DI Torino (focus: wastes thermal treatment) and on April 2012 finished the PhD. Since July 2006 she has worked in Politecnico DI Torino (DIATI Department) as Post Degree grant holder and from December 2018 she is Associate Professor.

Her scientific activity concerned, in particular, the following research fields:

  • Wastes management
  • Wastewater treatment management
  • Renewable energy production
  • Evaluation of the environmental compatibility of the industrial plants
  • Analysis of the pollutant dispersion

She has the titolarity of the teaching "Evaluation of the environmental damage and compatibility" (in Italian "Valutazione del dannoambientale e compatibilitá") for the Master Degree in Environmental Engineering and of the teaching "Energetic valorization of waste and biomass" (in Italian "Valorizzazioneenergetica DI rifiuti e biomasse") for the PhD in Environmental from January 2016 to today.

She is a Council member of the GITISA (Gruppo Italiano DI Ingegneria Sanitaria Ambientale) Corporation since February 2018. She is supervisor of different Master Degree thesis and author of more or less 200 publications (journal publications and proceedings).

Research Interests:

  • Wastes management, treatment and disposal
  • Wastewater treatment management
  • Renewable energy production
  • Evaluation of the environmental compatibility of the industrial plants
  • Analysis of the pollutant dispersion
  • Biomethane production

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