Marco Trevisan, is professor since 2001 at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Catholic University of the Sacred Hearth), Agriculture Faculty sited in Piacenza and where he carries out teaching and research work. The main teaching courses are: Chemistry and Biochemistry of food for the Degree in Food Science; Biochemistry and Effect of agricultural activities on ecosystem for the Degree in Agricultural Science. These courses are carried out for MSc students (laurea triennale and magistrale). Additional courses, lecture and seminars have been carried out in Summer School, Training Course, PhD School. In the framework of the SOCRATES project Trevisan has been engaged for seminars in several European universities. Sawada Prize for the best scientific paper published in 2004 on “prediction of the environmental concentration of pesticide in paddy field and surrounding surface water bodies” in recognition of its exceptional research achievement in the field of paddy and water environmental engineering.