Damià Barceló is a research professor in the field of Environmental Chemistry with the aim to solve different environmental problems in the field of water quality. The important contributions have been made particularly in the development of methods for controlling organic pollution by the so-called “emerging pollutants” (polar pesticides, surfactants –detergents–, endocrine disruptors and pharmaceutical products, illicit drugs and carbon-based nanomaterials (fullerenes)) in waste and natural water. During the last ten years his research group has obtained key results that have provided better monitoring data for risk assessment of surface, waste waters and ground waters as well as provided results on risk and remediation studies for emerging pollutants. Since 2010 he is listed among the most internationally cited scientists, by the number and the exceptional quality of his publications, with more than 1200 publications. He has been contributing editor of Trends in Analytical Chemistry (TrAC) and editor of two book series (Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry and The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry). He is the Co-Editor-in-chief of the Science of the Total Environment.
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