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Chrysa Efstratiou is a diplomat of Hydraulics, Soil Science and Agricultural Engineering in the "Faculty of Agriculture." She received her bachelor's from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and master's in Renewable Energy Technologies from the University of West Attica. Her current professional role is as an Environmental Scientist at the Hellenic Centre For Marine Research (HCMR), Institute of Oceanography. Since 2016, Chrysa has been working with public and private organizations on research projects funded by private, national and European sources. These projects are related to water management and treatment, marine biotechnology and renewable energy sources, coastal zone managemen…

Leo Mensel is a participant in the 5th EJWP group. Leo is a Project Officer at the European Citizen Science Association (ECSA). In their work, Leo is looking for creative ways to involve the public in research processes and to ensure better access to scientific findings. Leo holds a LLM Masters Degree in International Environmental Law obtained at Uppsala University, the Eastern University of Finland, as well as the Arctic University of Tromso. During and after their studies, Leo has taken part in a variety of volunteer projects, allowing them to better understand the concerns and knowledge of the local population. This experience has also shown them the gravity of false information being sh…

Marianna Mertzanis is a member of the 5th EJWP group. She completed her second EJWP training week in Athens in November 2023, following the inaugural training week last September in Croatia. Marianna shared her views on EJWP activities, along with thoughts on today’s water sector, with Water News Europe. What is your background? “I’m half Greek/ half English and while I spent most of my childhood in Greece, I’ve spent the last 10 years in England and Spain! I studied an Integrated Master’s in Chemistry at the University of York in England, and a second Master’s in Inland Water Quality Assessment at the Autonomous University of Madrid in Spain.” Who is your EJWP sponsor organization?…

Victoria Collier, Catchment Manager for the Wastewater Treatment Team of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water (DCWW) in Wales is part of the 5th EJWP Group which began its 2-year journey with a Training Week in September in Croatia. She shared her experiences with

Martha Bjarnar Gjermo is an alumni of EJWP from Norway. She participated in our first group of young professionals connecting and building on their skills in the sector. We caught up with Martha to see what she is working on today, and how impressions from the two-year EJWP journey are still relevant in her work.

[caption id="attachment_3551" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Tommy Normann, NMBU[/caption] Agnieszka Cuprys (Aga) is a researcher and project manager in the Process Technology and Data Science in Water Treatment research group at the EJWP partner organization the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU).  She is also an EJWP participant. Aga agreed to share and update on the work and connections of NMBU…