Cristina Campos

Qualifications

Cristina Campos Herrero is a PhD student in the Chemical, Energy and Process Engineering programme at the University of Cantabria (UC). She graduated in Chemical Engineering (2015-2019) at the UC and in the interuniversity master's degree in Chemical Engineering (2019-2020) at the UC and the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). 

Professional and research activity

After her master's degree, she joined the research group “Chemical Process Development and Pollution Control” (DePRO) as a researcher at the University of Cantabria, where she focused her activity on the life cycle assessment of processes and products. In this field, she is currently finishing her doctoral thesis on the environmental assessment of tourism in the framework of the Greentour project: Circular Economy and Sustainable Tourism in destinations in the SUDOE area. She has tutored 5 Final Projects Degrees and 1 Final Project Master. She completed her pre-doctoral stay at the University of Aveiro in Portugal with the LISAT team (Life Cycle Based Sustainability Assessment Tools), where she focused on applying the Life Cycle Assessment methodology in the tourism sector. 

During 2022-2023 she was coordinating this project at technical level at  Unesco Chair (ESCI-UPF). Since February 2023, she has been working as a researcher at the Unesco Chair in tourism projects and other environmental studies of products and processes.

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