Carlo Bianco holds a MS in Environmental Engineering. He graduated at Politecnico di Torino in 2013.

His MS thesis concerns the development of a user-defined kinetics, implemented in the numerical code RT3D, for simulation of the transport of colloidal particles in saturated porous media under transient ionic strength conditions.

He holds a PhD in Land and Environmental Engineering (29th cycle 2014-2016) at Politecnico di Torino, achieved under the supervison of Prof. Rajandrea Sethi and Prof. Tiziana Tosco. His thesis concerns the macroscale modeling of micro- and nanoparticle transport in saturated porous media.

Carlo is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Politecnico di Torino. His studies mainly focus on laboratory transport tests in sand column and software development for micro- and nano-particles transport simulation in 1D and 3D geometries. He developed the graphical interface of the MNMs software, a numerical code for the interpretation of laboratory transport tests and pilot scale simulations of particles injection:(http://areeweb.polito.it/ricerca/groundwater/software/MNMs.php).

Carlo spends his spare time with friends, practicing sports and reading novels. The long experience in the Scout group of his town, which ended at the beginning of his studies, allowed him to develop a great passion for travels, nature and adventure.