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We present our people, they are behind the H2SITE advanced A-SRM technology

We present our people, they are behind the H2SITE advanced A-SRM technology

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We present our people, they are behind the H2SITE advanced A-SRM technology

Dr. Jon Melendez Rey

Technical Director membrane engineering

Chemist by the University of Navarra (ES), he studied a Master’s Degree on Material Engineering and he obtained his PhD Cum Laude in 2017 at University of Basque Country (ES) on Advanced Material Engineering.

He has been always linked to research fields, working at Lurederra Technological Center (ES) before starting his PhD at Tecnalia in collaboration with the University of Basque Country. During the PhD he has been focused on the development of Pd-based supported membranes as an attractive hydrogen separation technology and studying their performance under different process conditions. He was also in an internship during seven months in Chemical Process Intensification (SPI) at Eindhoven University of Technology (NL)

In the last 3 years, he has been focused on the integration of membranes hydrogen production and separation systems as well as their performance during validation tests and in charge of scaling-up the membrane fabrication processes. Furthermore, he has participated in several EU, almost related to hydrogen generation and/or recovery systems.

Since 2020 he joined H2SITE team with the aim of developing the membrane technology and their integration in membrane reactors technology

 

 

Dr. José Antonio Medrano

Technical Director Process Engineering

Chemical engineer by the University of Zaragoza (ES), he obtained his PhD Cum Laude in 2017 at Eindhoven University of Technology (NL) on chemical engineering.  

During the PhD, he developed and demonstrated an innovative solution based on membrane reactors for H2 generation integrating CO2 capture techniques. The main activities related to his research period dealt with process design, techno-economic assessments, design of reactors, and the development of integrated prototypes reaching a TRL5 maturity level. After the PhD he continued at TU/e as research assistant, and teaching courses on process design and safety in the chemical industry.

In the last years, he has participated in several EU and national projects, where almost all lo them were related to H2 generation/recovery systems.

Since 2020 he is part of the H2SITE team, with the ambition to develop integrated systems for H2 generation based on membrane reactors technology.




Membrane reactors for H2generation

On-site high-quality hydrogen production systems

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