Renewable and sustainable energy; New green technologies; CO2 capture
Mentor: Gemma Vicente Crespo
Phone: (+34) 914888531
University: Rey Juan Carlos University
Partner Host Institution: N.A
Keywords: microalgae, cyanobacteria, fungus, biofuels, biorefinery, CO2 capture

Renewable and sustainable energy; New green technologies; CO2 capture

Microalgae cultivation for CO2 capture. Biofuels production from renewable biomass: Biodiesel from microbial biomass (microalgae, cyanobacteria, fungus) through catalytic and biocatalytic processes; biogas by anaerobic digestion of microalgae and cyanobacteria; bio-oil by catalytic and non-catalytic hydrothermal liquefaction of microbial and other renewable biomass. Bioproducts production from microbial biomass.

Departament: Energy and Chemical Technology, Environmental and Chemical Technology, Mechanical Technology, Analytical Chemistry
Research Group: Chemistry and Environmental Engineering Group (GIQA)
More Information:
Relevants projects on the area: Development of advanced microalgal technologies for the circular economy (ALGATEC-CM). P2018/BAA-4532. 880.340,00 €. Comunidad de Madrid (Spain)
Relevants publications on the area: 1.- Rosalía Rodríguez, Juan José Espada, Jovita Moreno, Gemma Vicente, Luis Fernando Bautista, Victoria Morales, Alejandra Sánchez-Bayo, Javier Dufour, 2018. Environmental analysis of Spirulina cultivation and biogas production using experimental and simulation approach, Renewable Energy 129 B, 724-732.
2.- Luis Fernando Bautista; Gemma Vicente; Álvaro Mendoza; Sara González; Victoria Morales Pérez, 2015, Enzymatic production of biodiesel from Nannochloropsis gaditana microalgae using immobilized lipases in mesoporous materials, Energy and Fuels, 29/8, 4981- 4989.