Keynote Speaker for the 3rd ICWREE2021 in HongKong
Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research (CIIMAR), University of Porto, Portugal
Institute of Science and Environment, University of Saint Joseph, SAR Macao, China
National Association of Green Roofs (ANCV), Portugal
Topic: Nature-Based Solutions towards circular and resilient cities: the contribution of green roofs
Cristina Calheiros is Environmental Engineer and holds a PhD in Biotechnology. Currently works as Researcher at CIIMAR - Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research of the University of Porto, Portugal. She is Adjunct Professor at University of Saint Joseph, SAR Macao, China and Invited Professor at University of Porto, Portugal. She is Vice-President of The Portuguese National Association of Green Roofs (ANCV)(https://www.greenroofs.pt/en) and Scientific Coordinator of Centre for Monitoring and Environmental Interpretation (CMIA) of Vila do Conde. Integrates the international network of COST Action - Implementing nature-based solutions for creating a resourceful circular city (https://circular-city.eu). Her work focuses on water management and treatment solutions, phytoremediation, climate change adaptation and mitigation through nature-based solutions (e.g, green roofs and walls, constructed and floating wetlands) and education for sustainability.
Keynote Speaker for the 1st ICWREE2019 in Singapore
Dr. Lim Fang Yee
Environmental Research Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Topic : Novel green infrastructure for stormwater management
Dr Tony Lim is a research fellow at NUS Environmental Research Institute. His main research work focuses on disinfection by-products formation and natural organic matters of drinking water sources. The most recent of his research work has been the study of water quality improvement by bioretention systems. He has a strong interest in bioretention systems and their effect on ecosystems and water quality. He provides quantitative information on performance efficiency and design improvements.