Tiziana is an Environmental Scientist specializing in environmental pollution, ecological restoration, and sustainable use of natural resources.
She has developed, led, and managed multiple projects in the field of green technologies and nature-based solutions for water and soil contamination. Her current research focuses on finding innovative solutions to socio-environmental challenges, such as water pollution, food security, and human health.
She is a senior scientist and head of the research division at Alchemia-nova in Vienna, Austria. As the scientific lead of the H2020 DIVAGRI project, she guides the consortium partners from Africa and the EU to provide African smallholder farmers with low-cost bio-based solutions (BBS) to improve their productivity, profitability, and resilience.
In addition, she is the scientific coordinator of the HORIZON EUROPE SYMBIOREM project, aiming at improving the effectiveness, sustainability, circularity, and cost-efficiency of bioremediation and revitalization strategies for soils, sediments, surface water, and groundwater.
She worked as a research scientist in the Department of Environmental Engineering at the University of Maryland - College Park and in the Water Management Research Unit at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Parlier, CA. Tiziana has been a Visiting Professor at CEU since 2017.