Luiza Campos is a civil engineer with a PhD from Imperial College, United Kingdom and a master’s degree in water and sanitation from the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Before immigrating to the United Kingdom, she worked for the water company of the Goias state (SANEAGO) for 10 years and a further 10 years as a lecturer for the Federal University of Goiás (School of Civil Engineering) in Goiania. She is currently a Full Professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering at University College London in London, where she has worked since 2007. At UCL, she served as Undergraduate Admissions Tutor (2009-2013); Director of the Undergraduate Program in Environmental Engineering (2010-2014); Coordinator of the diversity, equality and inclusion program at the Department (2015-2018) and led the Athena Swan application project, which awarded the Department a Bronze Award for advancing gender equality practices in 2016. She is currently Co-Director of the UCL Center for Sustainability and Urban Resilience; Director of the MSc in Engineering for International Development; Co-chair of the UCL Human Wellbeing Grand Challenge; and one of UCL’s Dignity Advisors who provide an informal and confidential information service to staff and students on issues relating to bullying, harassment, and sexual misconduct. In 2023, she received The Gold Medal from the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) for her excellence in civil engineering, in line with ICE’s global mission to enhance engineers’ technical knowledge, insight, and ethical understanding.

Po-Heng (Henry) Lee’s team specializes in resource recovery, greenhouse gas reduction, and enhancing human health through anaerobic biotechnologies. His research and teaching aim to transcend classical energetic constraints by exploring discrete pathways, including quantum and quantum-like mechanisms, within microbial metabolism and gene regulation. Henry has pioneered state-of-the-art research techniques, utilizing quantum computing (such as Quantum Information Theory and Variational Quantum Eigensolver) and hybrid meta-omics approaches to manipulate microbiomes for environmental health enhancement. Henry’s academic journey includes earning his PhD, MS, BS, and AAS degrees in Environmental Engineering from Iowa State University (2010), National Chiao Tung University (2003), National Ilan University (2001), and Hungkuang University (1999), Taiwan, respectively. He joined Imperial College London in 2019 after holding positions at Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2012-2018) and Inha University, South Korea (2010-2012).


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