|2014-||Reader in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London.|
|2006-2014||Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London.|
|2005||PhD in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London. Thesis title: "Catalytic Hydrocracking and Characterisation of Heavy Hydrocarbon Liquids"|
|1999-2001||Project Manager, Laboratorios Microsules, Uruguay.|
|2001||MSc Chemical Engineering, Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay.|
|1996-1999||Technician in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay.|
|1998||BSc Chemistry, Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay.|
- Catalytic upgrading of heavy oil and coal-derived hydrocarbons.
- Characterisation of fuels and carbonaceous materials in terms of their molecular weights and chemical structures.
- Thermochemical processing of solid fuels such as coal, biomass and wastes.
et al., 2010, Investigation of the Oxy-fuel Gasification of Coal in a Laboratory-Scale Spouted-Bed Reactor: Reactor Modifications and Initial Results, Energy & Fuels, Vol:24, ISSN:0887-0624, Pages:5281-5288
et al., TAR FORMATION AND DESTRUCTION IN A FIXED BED REACTOR SIMULATING DOWNDRAFT GASIFICATION: EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT & CHARACTERIZATION OF TAR CRACKING PRODUCTS, Energy and Fuels (accepted)
et al., 2009, Isolation of Size Exclusion Chromatography Elution-Fractions of Coal and Petroleum-Derived Samples and Analysis by Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry, Energy & Fuels, Vol:23, ISSN:0887-0624, Pages:6003-6014
Mermelstein J, Brandon N, Millan M, 2009, Impact of Steam on the Interaction between Biomass Gasification Tars and Nickel-Based Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anode Materials, Energy & Fuels, Vol:23, ISSN:0887-0624, Pages:5042-5048