San Luis National University
Adrian Gallardo is a geoscientist graduated from the University of Tsukuba, Japan, with twenty years experience working in consultancy, mining companies, government agencies, and research institutions. Adrian specialises in hydrogeology, groundwater and solute transport modelling, carbon capture & sequestration, underground storage of nuclear wastes, and environmental geology. He also has substantial experience in the exploration of gold, copper and iron ore deposits. His education and career extend to several countries such as Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Namibia, Paraguay, Spain, and USA. Adrian is currently an Associated Researcher at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council of Argentina (CONICET), in the San Luis National University. His work has been summarised in a number of international papers and conference presentations throughout the world.
Hydrogeology, Flow and solute transport modelling, Groundwater and contamination management, Carbon sequestration - geological storage of nuclear wastes, Mineral exploration Climate change and environmental geology