Chemical and Environmental Engineering Group

Daniel Martínez studied Chemical Engineering in Rey Juan Carlos University (2011), Renewable Energies, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen production master in CSIC (2012) and he is currently finishing his PhD in Rey Juan Carlos University. His researching is about bio-kerosene production by Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. He also has worked in hydrogen production by steam reforming of bio-ethanol. He also teach as visitant professor in the URJC since 2014 as part of Chemical and Energetic Technology Department. He also was visiting researcher in the Utrecht University (The Netherlands) (2018).

Comprehensive permeation analysis and mechanical resistance of electroless pore-plated Pd-membranes with ordered mesoporous ceria as intermediate layer

Martinez-Diaz. D.; Martínez del Monte, D.; García-Rojas, E.; Alique, D.; Calles, J. A.; Sanz, R.

Conversion of synthesis gas to aromatics at medium temperature with a fischer tropsch and ZSM-5 dual catalyst bed

Weber, J. L.; Martínez del Monte, D.; Beerthuis, R.; Dufour, J.; Martos, C.; de Jong, K. P.; de Jongh, P. E.

Effect of K, Co and Mo addition in Fe-based catalysts for aviation biofuels production by Fischer-Tropsch synthesis

Martínez del Monte, D.; Vizcaíno, A. J.; Dufour, J.; Martos, C.