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Academic Biography

Dr Bagnato is Lecturer in Engineering at Teesside University, he studied Chemical Engineering at the University of Calabria (IT). His research activity started at the National Italian Research Council – Institute on Membrane Technology (CNR- ITM) focused on pure hydrogen production from a renewable feedstock.

He moved to Heriot-Watt University (UK) to obtain his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering with the topic “Catalytic conversion of biomass to fuels and commodity chemicals”. In addition, he has participated in the Erasmus+ program at the University of Groningen (NL) for the synthesis and characterization of new catalysts for the production of fuels and chemicals from bio-oil.

He gained experience as a research associate at Heriot-Watt University about the techno-economical assessment of sea-food biorefinery, for biopolymer production on a large scale.

He worked as a research fellow at Queen’s University Belfast (UK), responsible of 2 multi-topic projects in collaboration with Petronas. During the period at Queen's University Belfast, he also was awarded by School of Chemistry and Chemical engineering with a teaching fellow, covering some ChemEng modules across the school. 

Summary of Research Interests

Dr Bagnato's research interests include simulation, mathematical modeling, hydrogen production, membrane technology, plasma reactor, heterogeneous catalyst, gas separation, Carbon Capture & Utilisation, process intensification. 

Enterprise Interest and Activities

Dr Bagnato is Enterprise & Business Engagement (EBE) champion for Chemical Engineering at Teesside University

External positions

Member, Royal Society of Chemistry

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