Chemical and Environmental Engineering Group

Daniel de la Flor studied chemical engineering in Complutense University of Madrid, UCM (2015). He also studied a chemical engineering master’s degree between Autónoma University of Madrid (UAM) and Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC) from October 2015 to December 2016. He has developed his researcher labour in different institutes of the Superior Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) from the Organic Chemistry Institute to the Polymer Science and Technology Institute (September 2013- April 2016). He has also helped in the setting up and development of the enterprise Gnanomat (November 2014- April 2016) based on his CSIC’s researches. He has developed new surfaces to avoid multipactor effect in the Thing Films, Interlayers and Coatings department of the Material Science Institute of Madrid (June 2016- December 2016). In September 2016, he worked as assistant in process design and R+D in PID eng&tech Enterprise until march of 2017. In March, he developed his scientific research in the Autonoma University Department of Physics until June of 2017. He is Assistant Professor in Chemical Engineering at URJC and develop his PhD in the synthesis of catalysts for Biomass Valorization in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. His research has been also focused in nanomaterials, new materials oriented to energy storage and aerospace and terrestrial coatings.