Anne M. Hansen
Professor and Researcher
Dr. Anne M. Hansen, a distinguished chemist, completed her undergraduate studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, followed by a master’s and doctorate in Marine Sciences, specializing in Chemical Oceanography, at the Professional and Graduate Cycles Unit of the College of Sciences and Humanities.
Currently at the Mexican Institute of Water Technology, she leads projects on pollution characterization and the development of sanitation concepts for soils, sediments, and bodies of water. Dr. Hansen is a renowned researcher in contaminant attenuation mechanisms and the development of models detailing the interaction of contaminants between water, sediment, and soil. She also focuses on rehabilitating contaminated water systems, teaches graduate-level courses, and directs theses in earth sciences and environmental engineering. Since 1984, she has been part of the National System of Researchers, now at level II.