Greetings! I'm Lucio Alejo, a chemical engineer from Bolivia with a Master's degree in "Chemical engineering for Energy and Environment" awarded by Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH), Sweden.
Hailing from the beautiful city of Cochabamba, I've always been captivated by the intricate world of chemicals and how they shape our daily lives. I believe that by harnessing the power of chemical engineering, we can create sustainable solutions to global challenges and pave the way for a better future.
My academic journey started at San Simon University, where I obtained my Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering. During my undergraduate and Master studies, I had the opportunity to work on various research projects and collaborate with esteemed professors, which ignited my curiosity and deepened my interest in pursuing advanced studies.
Now, I find myself embarking on a new phase as a PhD candidate at NTNU. My research will revolve around developing efficient and cost-effective solvent systems for capturing and storing carbon dioxide. I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to be part of NTNU, collaborating with experts and fellow researchers in the field of carbon capture.