Dr Caroline Gauchotte-Lindsay
Dr Caroline Gauchotte-Lindsay is a lecturer in Environmental Engineering at the University of Glasgow. Caroline holds Masters degrees in Analytical Chemistry (EPSCI-Paris) and Forensic Science (University of Strathclyde) and a PhD in Environmental Engineering (Queen’s University, Belfast) and works at the boundary between engineering and science to tackle some of the most pressing environmental challenges such as pollution and water scarcity. Her research employs states of the art analytical and spectroscopic approaches to track and remediate contaminants, e.g. persistent organic pollutants, personal care products and micro plastics. From early in her career, she has been committed to research that is strongly anchored in real “world” issues and have developed solid partnerships with industry and policy makers. Caroline is also an active player in issues around diversity and inclusion in STEM, she is co-project director on the VisNET Inclusion Matters project and a member of the TIGERs in STEMM. Caroline joined the committee in 2018.