Teaching staff - 4th edition

CHARM-EU is updating the information on the teaching staff for the Master's in Global Challenges for Sustainability - 4th Edition.

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Dr. Ana Moragues Faus

Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitat de Barcelona
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  • European PhD in Agricultural Economics, Rural Sociology and Food Policy, Universitat Politècnica de Valencia, Valencia, 2011, With Honours Cum Laude 
  • Master in Science, Agri-food and Environmental Economics, Expert on Agrarian Policies and Rural Development, Universitat Politècnica de Valencia, Valencia, 2006-2008
  • Master of Agricultural Engineering, Expertise on Environment Valencia, 2004-2006 
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Valencia, Valencia, 2001-2004


Teaching experience: 

  • University of Barcelona
    • CHARM.EU Masters in Global Sustainability (2022 - current)
    • MSc Nutrition y Metabolism (2019 - current)
    • BSc International Business (2020 - current)
    • MSc Economic History (2020 - 2021)
    • BSc Business and Management (2020 - 2021)
  • School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University
    • MSc (Optional module for different Master courses) (2012 - 2018)
    • BSc Human Geography (2013 - 2017)
    • MSc Food, Space and Society (2015-2018)
  • Department of Economics and Social Sciences, UPV

Positions and fellowships: 

  • Senior Research Fellow (Ramon y Cajal), Universitat de Barcelona (October 2019- present)
  • Research Fellow Ser Cymru, Sustainable Places Institute Cardiff University (30/06/2017 – October 2019)
  • Research Associate School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University (01/09/2012 – 30/06/2017)
  • Freelance researcher (December 2011-August 2012): Working on Participatory-Action Research Project with solidarity purchasing groups in Valencia.
  • Research associate in Universidad Politècnica de Valencia, European Project SUSTAINMED (May 2011 – November 2011).
  • PhD Fellowship funded by The Ministry of Education and Science of Spain, Programme for Training University Teachers  FPU (May 2007-May 2011).
  • Grant for pre-doctoral visit to the School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University. Funded by The Ministry of Education of Spain (20/09/09 –  14/12/09)
  • Grant for pre-doctoral visit to the School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University. Funded by The Ministry of Education of Spain (04/09/08 –  21/12/08)
  • Grant to attend VI Conference of the Spanish Association of Agricultural Economics (September 2007)
  • PROMOE Fellowship of Academic interchange, funded by Universidad Politècnica de Valencia. Based on Instituto de Investigación y Desarrollo Nitlapán, Universidad Centroamericana de Nicaragua (06/07/06 -  30/08/06)
  • Studentship to collaborate on Research Project “Analysis of Rural Development Policies in Latin America”. Department of Engineering Projects, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (01/05/05 - 30/09/05, 12/12/05 – 30/09/06). Main duties:
  • Participant of Ruta Quetzal Expedition 2000: “Expediciones carolinas a las tierras de América del Norte”. Funded by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, declared as activity of universal interest by UNESCO and supported by the European Union (01/07/00- 30/08/00)


Enric Tello

Dr. Enric Tello Aragay

Full professor, University of Barcelona
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  • PhD in History and Geography, UB, 1987
  • BA and MA in History and Geography, UB, 1981 (with honours)



  • Agricultural and environmental historian of the Department of Economic History, Institutions, Policy and World Economy at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Barcelona, ORCID researcher number 0000-0002-4970-1524 with 63 publications in the Web of Science (1,398 cites, JCR h-index 21), 65 in Scopus (1,583 cites, h-index 23), 140 in ResearchGate (2,729 cites, h-index 30), and 323 in Google Scholar (4,571 cites, h-index 37).
  • Principal Investigator of the Spanish research projects Agroecological Landscapes and Food Systems: Past, Present and Future Transitions (AGROLAND, PID2021-123129NB-C41 for 2022-2025); and Boosting Ecological Transition: Scaling Up Best Agroecological Practices from Farms to Landscapes and Agri-food Chains (AGROLAND, TED2021-130333B-C32 for 2022-2024).
  • Researcher in the European projects Mediterranean Agroecosystems for Sustainability and Resilience under Climate Change (MA4SURE, EU PRIMA S2 2020, 2021-2024); Co-designing food sharing innovations for resilience (CULTIVATE Horizon Europe 101083377, 2023-2025); Towards a sustainable wellbeing economy: integrated policies & transformative indicators (ToBe Horizon Europe 101094211, 2023-2025).
  • Former co-Principal Investigator of the Catalan Team in the international research project on Sustainable Farm Systems: Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research in Western Agriculture, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SFS- SSHRC895-2011-1020, 2012-218).

Teaching experience:

  • Teacher in undergraduate courses on Sustainable Development, and on Economic History and Social & Political Contemporary History in the degrees of Economics, Business, Sociology and Law & Economics at the Faculty of Economics and Business; and teacher with serving-learning methodology on Sustainable Development in the degree on Environmental Sciences at the Faculty of Biology of the University of Barcelona
  • Teacher on Sustainability & Development in the Master’s in Economic History at the Faculty of Economics and Business, and teacher in the Professional Master’s on Organic Farming in the Faculty of Biology of the University of Barcelona; teacher on Agroecology in the international Maser’s in Agricultural Heritage taught in Pisa (Italy) by the University of Florence on behalf of the FAO’s Programme on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIHAS); teacher on Ecology, Landscape & Metropolitan Metabolism in the module on Sustainability of the Master’s in Metropolis—Urban and Metropolitan Studies of the Institut Metròpoli at the Autonomous University of Barcelona; and teacher and module coordinator on Agrifood System Transformation in the Master’s CHARM-EU  


  • Award of the Joan Lluís Vives Prize to the best Science & Technology book edited by the Catalan universities
  • Award the Ramon Garrabou Prize to the best article of the year on Agricultural History by the Ibero-American Society for Agricultural History (SEHA) (2019)
  • Award of the Bernstein & Byres Prize of the best article of the year published in the Journal of Agrarian Change (2018)
  • Spanish Fellowship (6 months) at the Vienna Institute of Social Ecology (SEC at Böku University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences)
  • Spanish PhD Scholarship (4 years) in 1981-1985


  • Member of the Agroecology Working Group of the Standing Committee on Agricultural Research of the European Commission (SCAR-AE, 2021-2023)
  • Member of the editorial board of the JCR journal Regional Environmental Change (2024)
  • Member of the board of the Ibero-American Society for Agricultural History (SEHA, 2010-2023)
  • Member of the European Society for Environmental History (ESEH, 2003-2024)
  • Member of the Iberian New Water Culture Foundation (FNCA, 2002-2024)
  • Member of the Spanish alimentta think tank for the food transition funded by the Carasso Foundation
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Dr. Hélène Charreire

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  • Researcher INRAE (2021- )
  • Assistant Professor in Geography, Université Paris-Est (2010-2021)
  • Postdoctoral researcher in Health Geography, INRAE (2008-2010)
  • PhD in Public Health and Epidemiology, Université Paris Sud (2007)
  • Master’s in health Geography, Université Paris Nanterre (2004)



  • Relations between urban environment (built, social and food) and health-related behaviors (eg. food, physical activity), social and spatial inequalities at INRAE, MOISA (Montpellier Interdisciplinary center on sustainable agri-food system, social and nutritional sciences). ORCID researcher number 0000-0002-1260-9812
  • Principal Investigator of French research project UrbASanté (Relations between urban transformations and health-related behaviors in a deprived neighorhood). Researcher in the European projects YAHEE (Young Adults in Health-enhancing Equitable Environments ERA4HEALTH partnership); SPOTLIGHT (Sustainable prevention of obesity through integrated strategies FP7)

Teaching experience:

  • Assistant professor (2010-2022) in geography in courses on health geography, spatial analysis, cartography, and geographic information system (GIS)


Oriol Comas Basté

Dr. Oriol Comas Basté

Assistant professor and post-doctoral researcher, Universitat de Barcelona
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PhD in Food and Nutrition (University of Barcelona, 2020)

Bachelor’s degree in Food Science and Technology (University of Barcelona, 2017)

Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy (University of Barcelona, 2014)

Experimental Master in Pharmaceutical Sciences, specializing in Nutrition and Food Sciences (University of Barcelona, 2015)

Master of University Teaching for New Professors (Professional Development Institute of the University of Barcelona, 2023)



Teaching Experience

Since 2015, Dr Comas-Basté has taught at the Food and Nutrition Campus of the University of Barcelona, first as a pre-doctoral researcher and currently as a lecturer.

He participates in teaching activities in the following university programs:

BSc Food Science and Technology (UB)

BSc Human Nutrition and Dietetics (UB)

MSc in Food Safety (UB, UAB, UPF)

MSc in Nutrition and Metabolism (UB, URV)

MSc in Food Development and Innovation (UB)

MSc in Global Challenges for Sustainability (CHARM-EU)



His main line of research is focused on the study of histamine intolerance, specifically the development of new strategies for its diagnosis and dietary management. With the other members of the research group, he has participated in pioneering studies on the role of the intestinal microbiota in the etiopathology of histamine intolerance, and developed clinical intervention studies to evaluate the effectiveness of dietary treatments for histamine intolerance and improve the quality of life of those who suffer this condition. Dr Comas-Basté has also participated in other lines of research focused on the study of the impact of polyamine intake on human health or the characterization of meat substitute products based on vegetable protein. Finally, in the field of food sustainability, he has worked on the valorization of food industry by-products to improve the quality and safety of fermented foods.



LXXXVII Sant Jordi Award from the Institut d'Estudis Catalans (IEC) granted by the Catalan Association of Food Sciences (ACCA)



Since the end of 2022, he has been the coordinator of the scientific dissemination project "Feed Yourself with Science" (www.alimentatambciencia.cat), a joint initiative of the University of Barcelona and the Autonomous University of Barcelona to combat the spread of fake news and misinformation in the field of food science.

President of the Catalan Association of Food Scientists and Technologists (2018- present)

Board member of the Catalan Association of Food Sciences (ACCA-IEC) (2021- present)

Member of the Institute for Research in Nutrition and Food Safety (INSA·UB)

Member of the Spanish Society for Food Safety and Quality (SESAL)

Member of the Spanish Nutrition Society (SEÑ)

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Dr. Viktor Gábor Mihucz

Associate professor
Eötvös Loránd University
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  • MSc in Chemistry, ELTE, 1998 (No. 85/1998)

  • MEd in Chemistry, ELTE, 1999 (insert to 85/1998)

  • PhD in Chemistry, ELTE, 2002 (P-918/2002)

  • Habilitation, ELTE, 2014 (No. 896/2014)

  • DSc degree from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2022)

  • Castilian Spanish – Hungarian interpreter and translator certificate (PT B 000070/355) issued by Technical University, Budapest, Hungary, 2006


Teaching experience:

  • Laboratory practices in field of Chemical Technology for Chemistry MEd students (1999 – 2002)
  • General and Inorganic Chemistry & Qualitative and Quantitative Analytical Chemistry laboratory practices for Pharmacy students (2007 - current)
  • Instrumental Analysis for BSc in Chemistry (2007 – 2009)
  • Food Analysis laboratory practices for Environmental MSc and Chemistry MSc students (2009 - current)
  • Seminar on Analytical Chemistry Calculations for Chemistry BSc students (2007 – 2017)
  • Lectures: Hyphenated techniques for elemental speciation in environmental samples for MSc and PhD students (2009 - current)
  • Introduction to Food analysis lecture for MSc students (2009 - current)
  • Analytical Chemistry 1 for Chemistry BSc (2017 - 2023)
  • Head of the Analytical Chemistry Department at the Institute of Chemistry, ELTE (2022-current)
  • Instrumental Analysis at ELTE (2023 - current)


  • Pungor Ernő Award issued by Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2017)
  • Preisich Miklós Award issued by the Hungarian Chemical Society (2020)
  • Erasmus Fellowship (6 months) at UCM, Madrid in 2000/2001
  • MASHAV Fellowship (3 weeks) in 2002
  • Ministero degli Affari Esteri Fellowship (1 month) at Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome in 2004


  • Member of the editorial board of Applied Spectroscopy Reviews and editor for Central and Eastern European (2023 - current) 
  • Co-editor of the Brazilian Journal of Analytical Chemistry (2020 - current)