Dario Frascari holds a Ph.D. in Chemical & Environmental Engineering. He teaches "Plants for the treatment of wastewater and flue gas", "Technologies for enviromental protection" and "Laboratory of chemical and biochemical reactors" to Chemical and Environmental Engineering students. He is the scientific coordinator of the MADFORWATER Horizon 2020 project, focused on the development of technologies and management tools for wastewater treatment and reuse in North Africa. He participated to numerous EU and national research projects. His research focuses on the development, modeling and scale-up of processes for the treatment and valorization of wastes and wastewater, with specific focus on the recovery of antioxidants by adsorption and extraction and on the bioproduction of chemicals and biofuels. He also worked on the biodegradation of chlorinated hydrocarbons in groundwater. He published about 40 articles in international scientific journals with IF and 8 chapters in international series and books. He has a Scopus H-index equal to 15.
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