Ramón Eduardo Rebolledo Ranz
Dr. Ramón Rebolledo Ranz obtained a Ph.D. in Agricultural Engineering with a mention in Plant Protection from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain in 1994. He has worked in the Faculty of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, Universidad de La Frontera, Chile since 1986. He has published more than ninety scientific articles in national and international journals, two books, five book chapters, and has edited four books in his specialty. He has presented more than 100 scientific papers at national and international conferences and has directed more than 90 theses, both undergraduate and postgraduate. He has been a responsible investigator in sixteen research projects and has participated in several others as a co-investigator. He is an active member of several scientific societies and has given several conferences in the areas of pest control, biodiversity, and beekeeping. For years, he has been the scientific coordinator of the National Beekeeping Network of Chile. He has organized more than twenty-five national and international scientific conferences. He is also a consultant for companies in the private sector on the subject of pests and beekeeping. He is the creator and curator of the Entomological Museum, Faculty of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, Universidad de La Frontera. Dr. Ranz has served as a chair in zoology, pest control, agricultural entomology, and environmental entomology at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.