Maria Pilar Aguar Fernandez is Head of the Chemical Assessment and Testing Unit of the JRC's Institute for Health and Consumer Protection.
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Antonio F. Amores is a postdoc researcher working in the area of Input-Output Economics for Sustainable Production and Consumption. He develops methodologies in Supply, Use and Input-Output Tables, Quality Adjusted Labour Input and Capital Indicators to support Eurostat. He also contributes to the policy support in areas like Employment and Income supported by EU external Trade, Clean Air Package and Competitiveness.
Margherita Bacigalupo is a Research Fellow in the Information Society unit of the IPTS. She is currently developing a competence framework for the key competence Sense of Initiative and Entrepreneurship.
Claudio A. Belis is a senior scientist at the Air and Climate Unit. He developed his PhD work on environmental and climatic long-term trends at the Italian National Research Council (CNR) and the Austrian Academy of Sciences (1994-1997) and continued his post-doctoral activity at the Federal Polytechnic of Zurich and the University of Bern (Switzerland).