Patricia Stathatou

Center for Bits and Atoms

I’m a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms, conducting postdoctoral research after winning the Bodossaki Scholarship Award.

My research focuses on water purification and sustainability. I aim to develop a novel biotechnological platform for removing micropollutants from water. I hold a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the Technical University of Athens, Greece (2017), and I have valuable research experience mainly on integrated water resources management and wastewater treatment and reuse.

I also run the MIT Water Club, the premier network for water research and innovation at MIT. Water Club's mission is to bring together creative, passionate, and motivated individuals to explore ways by which research, innovation, and policy can help solve the most pressing challenges in the water sector.

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