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Carlos%20Sanlley Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo - Carlos Sanlley Pagán, new Director of Research

Publication date:

January 06 2022

Carlos Sanlley Pagán, new Director of Research

SANTO DOMINGO. The full professor and researcher Carlos Sanlley Pagan was appointed director of research awarded by the Rectory of Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC).

The position, attached to the Vice-rectory for Research and Relations, is strategic for the achievement of institutional objectives in terms of scientific dissemination and innovation.

Sanlley Pagan es Doctor in Environmental Engineering graduated from Michigan State University, United States, and has a Master in Environmental Engineering from the same institution. Furthermore, it is chemical engineer graduated from National University Pedro Henríquez Ureña (UNPHU).

INTEC's new Research Director has been a full professor and researcher at our university since 2017 and until now coordinated the General Engineering cycle of the Engineering Area.

His research work has linked him to topics such as the use of catalyzed hydrogen peroxide for the removal of pyrene from contaminated soils, the transport of macroplastics in the Ozama and Haina rivers, effects of climate change and the hydrological study of the Casui-Higuamo basin. and, more recently, solid waste transportation studies in the Ozama river basin and nearby coastal areas.

Similarly, Sanlley Pagán has extensive consulting experience in projects of different scales such as: Santo Domingo Sewerage Master Plan, Design of the Wastewater Treatment System (REFIDOMSA) and the National Hydrological Plan. He has also been the author, co-author and speaker of reports and conferences in more than a dozen local and international initiatives.

He is a member of various professional and academic associations such as: the International Water Association (IWA), the American Chemical Society (ACS), the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and Engineers Without Borders (EWB), among many others.