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Professor Marc Pera Titus

Professor Marc Pera Titus

Chair in Sustainable Catalytic Chemistry

School of Chemistry

Biography

Marc Pera-Titus is Professor & Chair of Sustainable Catalytic Chemistry at Cardiff University (Wales, UK). Marc received a double MSc degree in Chemical Engineering (2001) and Physical Chemistry (2002), and a PhD (2006) from University of Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain). In 2007, he joined Ircelyon/CNRS (France) as postdoc and was further appointed CNRS fellow in 2008. From 2011-2020, Marc was project leader, expert and deputy director at the E2P2L CNRS-Solvay joint laboratory in Shanghai (China), merging industrial and academic research. Marc is author of 125 papers and inventor of 16 patents in the fields of membranes, adsorption, catalysis and process eco-design. Marc has received numerous awards, including the Rhone-Alpes Foundation Award (2007), the Elsevier Award for highly cited author in Catalysis (2009), the Silver and Gold Medals from the Chinese Academy of Inventions (2016, 2017), the DivCat award from the French Society of Chemistry (2017) and a ERC consolidator grant (2018). Since 2021, he is elected fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

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