Dr Radu Rautiu has a PhD from Imperial College (1995) in Chemical & Environmental Engineering and post-doctoral experience (Department of Chemical Engineering and at TH Huxley School of Environment , Imperial College 1995-1998).
With a Diploma of Management Studies, he is a Chartered Fellow of the CMI (Chartered Management Institute, UK- 2012) and member of PMI (Project Management Institute)- UK chapter.
Radu has been a Projects Management Team leader for Imperial Consultants (since 1998 to 2014), overseeing the consortium and project management for long-term collaborative projects, including EU Framework funded large projects, such as INTARESE, HiWATE, MACADEMIA, EUCLIDS, BIOSONIC, UpTHERM. Responsible for identifying, bidding for and negotiating multi-partner projects, with particular reference to EU projects coordinated by Imperial College.
Dr Radu Rautiu is currently Head of Project Management within the Programme Management Office of the Enterprise Division at Imperial College.
He has professional expertise in pollution control and minimisation, radioactive waste treatment, environmental technology, best industrial practice, water and waste water technology, novel materials, nano-technologies and advanced processes.
Born in Transylvania (Romania) and fluent in Romanian, French, also speaks Italian. Knight of the Romanian Order of Faithful Service (2004).
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et al., 2007, Evaluation of soil pollution with copper, lead, zinc and cadmium in the mining area Baia Mare, Revista De Chimie, Vol:58, ISSN:0034-7752, Pages:470-474
et al., 2006, Survey of priority substances entering thirty English wastewater treatment works, Water and Environment Journal, Vol:20, ISSN:1747-6585, Pages:177-184
et al., 2015, The physico-chemical properties and concentrations of organic contaminants in waste materials recycled in agriculture, Tinos2015 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Solid Waste Management
et al., 2015, Investigation of the Potential Transfer and Uptake of Contaminants into Food Arising from the use of Biosolids and other Recycled Wastes in Agriculture, SludgeTech