Rational design of coke-resistant bimetallic catalysts for dry methane reforming
In this project, we will focus on developing coke and poison-resistant Ni-based bimetallic catalysts for dry methane reforming. We will utilize operando and computational techniques to gain deeper insights into the reaction/deactivation mechanism under reforming conditions to guide the development of better reforming catalysts.
ARC CBBC postdoctoral fellow in Inorganic Chemistry and catalysis group at Utrecht University under the supervision of Dr. Matteo Monai.
Postdoctoral fellow in Catalysis Engineering under the supervision of Prof. dr. Atsushi Urakawa
Ph.D. in Chemical engineering at Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, India.
Thesis title: “Syngas production by methane reforming and H2 purification by CO abatement over transition metal-substituted reducible oxides”
Bachelor of Technology in Chemical Engineering at Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, India.
See earlier publications on Scopus.