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PhD Student

   Research focus: 

Understanding emissions from CO2 capture plants in Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) networks.

Contact Information

Office: JN1.29

Phone: +44 (0) 131 451 3809

Email: jb82@hw.ac.uk

 

 Biography


As nearly bachelor graduate in chemical engineering, I am looking forward to reinforce my academic expertise by continuing my education in an international environment through a PhD. Having finished my studies in Chemical Engineering I dedicated the last six months of my academic year to carry out my Degree’s Final Project on the natural gas streams’ absorption of CO2 for the production of urea. To this end, I applied for an internship in the factory Fertiberia, located in Puertollano, Spain. I designed an absorption and desorption unit based on an amine as absorber: monoethanolamine (MEA). I consider that the opportunity to keep pursuing my studies on the capture of CO2 will help me grow as a professional in the field of Chemical Engineering.

To this end, I applied for an internship in the factory Fertiberia, located in Puertollano, Spain. I designed an absorption and desorption unit based on an amine as absorber: monoethanolamine (MEA). I consider that the opportunity to keep pursuing my studies on the capture of CO2 will help me grow as a professional in the field of Chemical Engineering.

Research Interests: 


 CO2 capture; CCUS; 


 

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