I am working on the industrial implementation of sustainable synthesis methods for the production of high-performance inorganic material for different applications, ranging from biotech to electronics.
During my PhD at Imperial College London, I worked on the use of Ionic Liquids (ILs) to improve the efficiency whilst reducing the environmental impact of industrial processes. I explored the industrial applicability for a broad range of subjects, including biomass processing, liquid-liquid extractions and metal-based compound synthesis via the Oxidative Ionothermal Synthesis (OIS). My research resulted in several publications and patents.
Before returning to academia, I worked in France over eight years as a senior process engineer in the oil and gas, specialising in onshore LNG and FLNG projects. I had the opportunity to contribute to the design and construction of the firsts FLNG units in the world. This experience has given me a valuable insight of the industrial reality, process design and project management.
A list of my articles can be found here.