Background and activities

Current research 

  • Kinetic studies of Aqueous Phase Reforming.


  •  BIKE (BImetallic catalysts Knowledge-based development for Energy applications) is an MSCA-ITN project involving 17 European partners. The main objective is to train young scientists to master and combine various state-of-the-art methodologies for the rational development of bimetallic catalysts to improve the current processes of renewable raw materials conversion to hydrogen and to implement them in an industrial context. Aqueous phase reforming (APR) is an alternative to the traditional steam reforming since it can be used to convert streams of low-value mixed to H2/CO2.


2017 - 2019 MSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Twente, Netherlands
    - Specialization: Chemical & Process Engineering        

Scientific, academic and artistic work

Journal publications