Miguel de Lucas Pardo
Expert of Nature Based Innovative Technologies and coastal Nature Based Solutions
Dr Miguel de Lucas Pardo is a Civil Engineer with a PhD in Sediment Transport, with over 10 years of experience in managing research and industry projects in sediment, dredging and ecology. Miguel is the main responsible for the ideas behind the development of several innovative research projects at the Institute for Oil Sand Innovations in Canada, that he executes together with his fellow researchers and engineers at Deltares, as well as with other key professionals at NAIT and UofA. He is also the Project Manager in two very relevant Nature Based Solution Projects in Indonesia, where sediment plays a key role in the development of Nature Based Coastal Defences. Miguel´s passion and main skill is to combine the management of bright researchers and engineers at research projects with the development of innovative ideas and concepts at the boundary of sediment management and ecology.
|2014-present||Deltares||advisor/researcher Marine and Coastal Systems|
|2019-current||Deltares||Research Coordindator at Facilities Marine and Coastal Systems|
|2018||Universidad del Norte (Colombia)||Guest lecturer nature based solutions (Catedra Europa)|
|2016-2017||Deltares||Latin American marketing team|
|2013-2014||TUDelft||Researcher Environmental Fluid Dynamics|
|2013||Intercoh Florida USA||Best Young Scientist|
|2012||Benthos biology & ecology ASLO Japan||Best Young Scientist presentation|
Erodibility of soft freshwater sediments in Markermeer: the role of bioturbation by meiobenthic fauna.
de Lucas Pardo, M. A., Bakker, M., van Kessel, T., Cozzoli, F., & Winterwerp, J. C. (2013). Erodibility of soft freshwater sediments in Markermeer: the role of bioturbation by meiobenthic fauna. Ocean Dynamics, 63(9-10), 1137-1150.
Effect of algae on flocculation of suspended bed sediments in a large shallow lake. Consequences for ecology and sediment transport processes.
de Lucas Pardo, M. A., Sarpe, D., & Winterwerp, J. C. (2015). Effect of algae on flocculation of suspended bed sediments in a large shallow lake. Consequences for ecology and sediment transport processes. Ocean Dynamics, 65(6), 889-903.
Addition of Tubifex accelerates dewatering of oil sands tailings. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering
Yang, X., de Lucas Pardo, M., Ibanez, M., Deng, L., Sittoni, L., Ulrich, A., & Chen, Q. (2016). Addition of Tubifex accelerates dewatering of oil sands tailings. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 43(12), 1025-1033.
Benthic hotspots in the pelagic zone: Light and phosphate availability alter aggregates of microalgae and suspended particles in a shallow turbid lake
van Riel, M. C., Vonk, J. A., Noordhuis, R., & Verdonschot, P. F. M. (2019). Novel ecosystems in urbanized areas under multiple stressors: Using ecological history to detect and understand ecological processes of an engineered ecosystem (lake Markermeer). Freshwater ecosystems, Wageningen Environmental Research.
Improving Engineering Properties of Mature Fine Tailings using Tubifex
Xiaojuan Yang, Miguel de Lucas Pardo, Maria Ibanez, Lijun Deng, PhD, Luca Sittoni, Ania Ulrich, Qun Chen