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Environmental scientist

Claudio Carlon, Italian environmental scientist. Achievements include research in Development of integrated framework for the management of contaminated large sites; research in innovative methodology for spatial risk assessment; research in development of ecological risk guidelines for Italy. Fellow European student mobility programme fellow, European Commission, 1992.

Background

Carlon, Claudio was born on September 20, 1969 in Milan, Italy. Son of Paolo Carlon and Francesca Mallone.

Education

Student, University of Bergen, Norway, 1992—1993. Master of Science in Environmental Si. with honors, University of Venice, Italy, 1995. Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Chemistry, University of Ferrara, Italy, 1999.

Career

Research assistant University Cà Foscari of Venice, 1996—1999, associate researcher, 2001. Contract professor on environmental risk assessment for the international Doctor of Philosophy programme, IDEAS, University Cà Foscari of Venice, since 2003. Senior associate researcher Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development, University Cà Foscari of Venice, Italy, since 2002.

Head of environmental department Consorzio Venezia Ricerche, since 2000. Visting researcher Cairo American University, Cairo, 2000. Academy visitor University of Nottingham, SCHEME, England, 2000—2001.

Consultant Municipality of Venice and Italian Environmental Ministry, Venice, Italy, 1997—1998. Expert consultant for Hywamis water management project Birla Center, Hyderabad, India, since 2004. Consultant local agenda 21 City of Venice, Venice, Italy, 1997—1998.

Consultant risk assessment Venice inner canals United Nations Educational, 1997. Lecturer environmental risk assessment Sino Italian Cooperation, Venice International University, 2003—2004. Organiser and chairman, special session at Consoil International Conference, Gent, Belgium, 2003.

Organiser and lecturer international summer school on risk assessment University of Venice, 2003. Member ANPA-European Joint Research Center Work Group, Rome, 1997—1999. Participant challenges of modern society programme North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 2003.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Development of integrated framework for the management of contaminated large sites. Research in innovative methodology for spatial risk assessment. Research in development of ecological risk guidelines for Italy.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (manual) (with Critto, Marcomini and Quercia) Ecological Risk Assessment Italian Guidelines, (extended conference proceedings) More Than 40, (national guidelines) (with UNICHIM working group) UNICHIM Manual 196/1. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Italian Society of Environmental Science (founder and member of board directors 1996-1997), International Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, National Science Society of Chemistry, Network for Industrially Contaminated Land in Europe (academy member 1997—2004), European Network of Regulators on Contaminated Land Rehabilitation (associate. National expert on risk assessment 1997—2000).

Personality

Claudio is hard-working, reliable and dedicated in everything he does. He is a pacifist, a humorist and an artist, and is loved for taking things lightly.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, rowing, poetry.

Connections

Married Paola Minoia, September 12, 1998. Children: Eugenio, Margherita.

father:
Paolo Carlon

mother:
Francesca Mallone

spouse:
Paola Minoia

children:
Eugenio Carlon

Margherita Carlon - artist , humorist , student , babysitter
Margherita Carlon - child of Claudio Carlon

Self-proclaimed artist of very mad cows. Better looking than her brother, who is currently sporting a manbun. Achievements: can play "hot cross buns" on the recorder. Currently hold world record for most puns in a row before being punched. When she was, she was halfway through another pun, which she later ended as, quote, "And there's the punchline!" before being hit again. Fun fact! When hippos are unmarried, they are called 'hippopotamuses.' When they are married, they prefer 'hippopotamrs'. Dog enthusiast, amongst other memebers of the animal kingdom excluding humans.

Excellent chef of anything inflatable or microwavable.

Is writing this article in her room at approx. 2 am.