Dr. Martin Anda is an environmental engineer with over 30 years’ experience in the energy efficiency, renewable energy, water recycling and built environment sectors. In 2007 he designed and launched the Environmental Engineering degree program at Murdoch University, which is now fully accredited by Engineers Australia. In the early 2010s Martin combined his academic role with work in industry and spent five years as Principal Engineer Sustainability at ENV Australia, leading a number of commercial consultancy projects including several large-scale water efficiency behavioural change programs for the Water Corporation. Today, Martin is Academic Chair and Senior Lecturer in Environmental Engineering at Murdoch University in Western Australia.
Emeritus Professor Goen Ho joined Murdoch University in 1976, and helped establish the Environmental Science program at the university, the first in Australia. Goen is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia and a Chartered Professional Engineer. He is a Fellow of the International Water Association and has been active in the Association (2000-04 Chair of Specialist Group of Small Water Systems, 2005-07 Co-chair of the Asia Pacific Regional Council, 2002-10 Member of Strategic Council). In 2011 he received the Vice Chancellor’s Excellence in Research Award for Distinguished and Sustained Achievement. He was Program Leader of Environmental Biotechnology at Murdoch University from 2011 to 2013. Goen retired as Professor of Environmental Engineering in July 2013 and was appointed Emeritus Professor.
Dr. Linda Li received her PhD degree in 2009 and then started her postdoctoral research in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Monash University. She joined Murdoch University as a lecturer in Environmental Engineering at the end of 2011. Her current research interests include the development of advanced materials and membranes for wastewater treatment.