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Dr. Fausto Gallucci`s research at Eindhoven University of Technology on Membrane Reactors and Process Intensifications are internationally recognized.
Fausto Gallucci (born in Crotone (Italy), on November 7th, 1974), received an MSc degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Calabria on April 4th 2001 and a PhD in Chemical Engineering at the same university in 2006. He is currently holding an Associate Professor position at Multiphase Reactors group of Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. His research interests include the interaction of heterogeneous catalysis, transport phenomena, and fluid mechanics in novel multifunctional reactors. In particular, the process intensification of interesting processes such as methanol production, Fisher-Tropsch reaction, hydrogen production by reforming/dehydrogenation reactions are the main interests. He published more than 100 papers ranging from gas separation systems, methanol synthesis from carbon dioxide and hydrogen carried out in zeolite membrane reactors, membrane reaction systems: partial oxidation, steam reforming, water gas shift, carried out in novel membrane reactors. Moreover, he delivered more than 15 invited lectures, served about 180 conference papers and, author/co-author of 4 books and 12 book-chapters. He also is responsible of several national and international projects on Fluidized bed MR, CLC systems, bio-based processes etc.