Doctoral Candidate

Arturo Manzano Martinez

My dream is that in the near future we will optimize industrial processes, so we can reduce the environmental impact on the planet

Group / Unit
Chemical Reactor Engineering
Building
Helix STW
Floor / room
1.21

Research Profile

Arturo Manzano is a Doctoral Candidate in the Chemical Reactor Engineering (SPE-CRE) group under the supervision of Associate Professor John van der Schaaf. Arturo is expanding fundamental knowledge on multiphase reactors that use rotation to create high gravity and high shear conditions, in close collaboration with the industry. This knowledge will be used for the design and optimization of equipment for the chemical industry.

Academic Background

Arturo Manzano was born in Monterrey, Mexico, in 1988. He obtained his degree of Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering in 2012 at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (UANL). After two years of work experience in the ceramic industry as Process Engineer, he moved to the Netherlands to start his master’s degree. In 2016, he received the title of Master of Science in Chemical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). In the same year, he started as a Doctoral Candidate.

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