Alessandro Concas is Senior Researcher at CRS4 where he works since 2003. He got his Master Degree (cum laude) in Environmental Engineering at the University of Cagliari in 1999 and his PhD in Geoengineering at the Department of Chemical engineering of the University of Cagliari in 2003.
Fields of expertise are in mathematical modeling and simulation of chemical, mechanochemical and biochemical reactions, combustion chemistry, self-propagating high-temperature synthesis, bioengineering and biotechnology.
He has been involved, also as scientific responsible, in several projects sponsored by European Community, MUR, Sardinian Regional Authorities, and by national and international industries. In 2008 he has been co-founder of the spin-off Biomedical Tissues.
From 2019 he is Associate Editor of the journal BMC-Biotechnology (Springer Nature group), I.F. 2.6 and from 2020 he is editorial member of Methods and Protocols (MDPI). He also acts as a reviewer for several international journals in the field of environmental, chemical and biological engineering.
From 2013 he is member of the theaching staff of the International PhD school in Environmental Science and Engineering and from 2015 also in Science and Technology for the Innovation at the University of Cagliari.
In 2017 he attained habilitations as Associate Professor in the sectors 09/D2 (fundamentals of chemical engineering) and 09/D3 (plants and processes of the chemical industry).
Since A.A. 2019/2020 he serves as Adjunct Professor for the University of Cagliari where he teaches the course"Environmental Chemical Engineering" in the faculty of Chemical Engineering.
He is coauthor of about 100 papers published in international or national journals or conference proceedings: Finally he authored 2 books and 7 patents.