Conferencistas Magistrales

Dr. Shane Snyder

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ USA
Plenary Conference: Exploring the Unknown: Using New Tools to Assess Complex Environmental Mixtures


Shane A. Snyder, Ph.D., BCES
Professor - Chemical & Environmental Engineering
Professor (Joint) – School of Public Health
Professor (Joint) – Soil, Water, & Environ. Science
Co-Director - AZ Lab. for Emerging Contaminants
Co-Director – Water & Energy Sustainable Tech. Center
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ USA
Email: snyders2@email.arizona.edu
Web: http://snyderlab.arizona.edu/
Dr. Shane Snyder is a Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering, and holds joint appointments in the College of Agriculture and School of Public Health, at the University of Arizona. He also co-directs the Arizona Laboratory for Emerging Contaminants (ALEC) and the Water & Energy Sustainable Technology (WEST) Center. For nearly 20 years, Dr. Snyder’s research has focused on the identification, fate, and health relevance of emerging water pollutants. Dr. Snyder and his teams have published over 200 manuscripts and book chapters on emerging contaminant analysis, treatment, and toxicology (H-index = 62 as of January 2017). He currently serves as an editor-in-chief for the international journal Chemosphere. Dr. Snyder has been invited to brief the Congress of the United States on three occasions on emerging issues in water quality. He is a Fellow of the International Water Association and a member of the World Health Organization’s Drinking Water Advisory Panel. He has served on several US EPA expert panels and is currently a member of the EPA’s Science Advisory Board drinking water committee and the US EPA’s Board of Scientific Counselors Sustainable Water committee. He was a member of the US National Academy of Science’s National Research Council Committee on Water Reuse and currently serves on the WHO’s guiding committee on development of potable reuse guidelines. Dr. Snyder also is a Visiting Professor at the National University of Singapore and an Adjunct Professor at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea.


Abel Solera Solera

Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, España
Plenary Comnference: Uso de escenarios de cambio climático en planificación para la gestión de cuencas


He was Associate Professor since 1998 and is currently Associate Professor (2012). He has given up 18 different subjects in the area of knowledge of Hydraulic Engineering and Environment. He is currently responsible for the subjects and Hydroelectric Energy Systems and Integrated Water Resources Systems in the UPV. He has also taught courses specializing in issues management analysis for watershed management and technical consulting firms nationally and internationally. Since 2011 teaches in the Master of Water Engineering and Environment of the Basque Country, in the course of Integrated Water Resources Management. He has directed over 57 career final projects, dissertations and theses of which at least 4 were theses and currently is Director 7 dissertations in progress. It has 3-year periods recognized teachers and in 2012 it was recognized by the CENAI the first six years of research. From 1997 to present he is a member of Engineering of Water Resources IIAMA, specializing in systems analysis purposes watershed planning and management and design and also in the development of tools for the same purposes (being responsible for development and system maintenance decision support Aquatool). He has participated in over 20 projects of R + D + i financed in competitive calls for authorities or public and private, national and European institutions. He is the author or co-author of numerous publications, books, book chapters (at least seven of them are scientific publications indexed in JCR). Combines teaching with participation in contracts, agreements or projects of R + D + i noncompetitive with administrations or public or private entities.

Currículum detallado: http://www.upv.es/ficha-personal/asolera
Publicaciones: https://scholar.google.es/citations?user=8J-33FoAAAAJ&hl=es


Héctor Alexander Serrano Navarro

Banco Mundial
Plenary Conference: Hacia una Seguridad Hídrica en América Latina: tendencias en reformas y institucionales y nuevos mecanismos de financiamiento


Especialista en Gestión de Recursos Hídricos

Hector Alexander Serrano es actualmente Especialista de Recursos Hídricos en el Banco Mundial para América Latina y el Caribe. Antes de unirse al grupo Banco Mundial, Alexander trabajó como coordinador de desarrollo de negocios en el sector de la construcción en México, facilitando el diseño de negocios y modelos de financiamiento para proyectos de infraestructura. Alexander también ha sido asesor para la Agencia Alemana de Desarrollo (GIZ) y ha colaborado con The Economist Intelligence Unit en temas de gobernanza. Alexander ha participado y liderado proyectos de gestión de recursos hídricos en México, Chile, Perú, Bolivia y Panamá. Como parte de estos proyectos ha participado en procesos de reforma institucional y legal del sector hídrico y promovido programas de transformación y modernización sectorial. Alexander es ingeniero civil por la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México especializado en hidráulica y cuenta con una maestría en política y gestión del agua por la Universidad de Oxford en el Reino Unido.


Jorge Lobos Buschmann

Consultor Independiente y de la fundación FUNDES, Chile.
Plenary Conference: Desafíos técnicos, económicos y socioambientales en la gestión de proyectos hídricos


Especialista en Gestión de Recursos Hídricos

Profesional con amplia experiencia en diseño y gestión de iniciativas y proyectos relacionados a temáticas de innovación y medio ambiente. Hasta marzo de 2014 se desempeño como Jefe de Proyectos en la Gerencia de Sustentabilidad de Fundación Chile, donde desarrolló y lideró iniciativas para el sector privado y público, a través de proyectos de innovación (I+D) y de servicios. Previo a su trabajo en Fundación Chile, Jorge trabajó como profesor-investigador en la Universidad de Santiago de Chile, donde dicto cátedras y colaboró en proyectos internacionales. Antes de ello se desenvolvió como consultor y líder de proyectos para distintas industrias Chilenas, conduciendo estudios en áreas de ingeniería y sustentabilidad ambiental. Hoy en día Jorge trabaja como consultor independiente y jefe de proyectos part-time para la fundación FUNDES, donde lidera iniciativas de fortalecimiento de MiPymes. Además de en Chile ha tenido experiencias laborales en Francia, Estados Unidos y Tailandia. Durante el 2016 ha comenzado a colaborar como mentor voluntario de emprendedores jóvenes en la ONG Acción Emprendedora.