Andrea Goglio graduated in 2016 in Agricultural Science at the University of Milan with a research project at the China Agricultural University of Beijing (China) on the renewable energy and nutrients from organic waste by anaerobic digestion process. In the same year, he received the professional license of Agronomist, and in 2013, he received his Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Science and Technology at the University of Milan. Presently, he finished his Ph.D. in Agriculture, Environment and Bioenergy at the University of Milan and he is research fellow at the Department of Agricultural and Environmental Science of the University of Milan. During his research experience, he collaborated also with the University of Alcalà de Henares (Spain), University of Alicante (Spain) and with the University of California-Davis (USA). His research has been mainly dedicated to wastewater treatment by the use of bioelectrochemical systems, focused on the nutrient recovery and the reuse of those nutrients as fertilizers/conditioners in agricultural soil.