Professor Nick Voulvoulis is a Professor of Environmental Technology, at the Centre for Environmental Policy at Imperial College London. He is an international expert in environmental management, especially where science and engineering interface with public policy. He undertakes and supervise research in environmental quality management, with a focus on environmental systems and processes across many areas and diverse sectors.
His current research is exploring the potential of systems thinking in water policy (GLOBAQUA), investigating the fate of nanomaterials during wastewater treatment (NANORISK), developing tools to address the conflicting demands of the water-energy-food nexus (Anglian Water research programme), and delivering options for “closing the loop” in resources management (Veolia research programme), to enable a transition to a safer, circular and sustainable future.
His work has been published in some of the top journals in the field and his h index is 34 in Scopus (September 2017). Professor Voulvoulis is the Associate Editor of Environmental Management (Springer) and sits on the Editorial Boards for AIMS Environmental Science and for Environmental Nanotechnology, Management and Science.