SCCER Biosweet Interview with Ydna Marie Questell Santiago

Ydna Marie Questell-Santiago fell in love with science at school and fought her way throughout obstacles and gender prejudices to become a successful scientist. Her research is about the conservation and upgrading of three main components of lignocellulosic biomass. Initial depolymerisation and separation of components. Then catalytic upgrading of each component into liquid fuels and chemicals.

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SCCER BIOSWEET Interview with Maneka Roger

Roger Maneka is a Ph.D student at the Paul Scherrer Institute, in the Catalysis for Energy Group led by Prof. Dr. Kröcher, and Dr. Ferri. Her research is funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation and well within the scope of the SCCER BIOSWEET. She explains the motivation for her research: “We believe it is crucial to develop technologies today to enable tomorrow’s energy transition. This energy transition concerns land transportation among others. The primary…

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SCCER Mobility Interview with Shelly Areguin

Shelly Arreguin is a researcher in the Composite Materials and Processing group within CMASLab at ETH Zurich and member of Capacity Area A3. Prior to this, she worked at Empa Dübendorf managing a cross-functional project with academic and industrial partners. She completed her PhD at the University of Washington…

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SCCER BIOSWEET Interview with Kasia Arturi

Kasia is a postdoctoral researcher working in the Catalytic Process Engineering group (CPE, Frederic Vogel). Although she is funded by European Commission under the H2020 programme and Marie Curie Individual Fellowship Action (MSCA-IF), she works within the SCCER BIOSWEET framework and has the same research vision…

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