Matías Gastón Rinaudo graduated as Chemical Engineer at National University of San Luis (UNSL), Argentina in 2016. He then joined the research group of Prof. Dr. Luis Cadús at the Institute of Research in Chemical Technology (INTEQUI), National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET) to pursue his PhD in Chemistry, studying the rational design of catalysts for glycerol valorization. In 2020 he obtained a scholarship to work for 6 months as Visiting Research Student at Prof. Dr. Robert Scott’s group, University of Saskatchewan, Canada. At present, he is working as Teaching Assistant and concluding his doctoral thesis in heterogeneous catalysis at UNSL.
Title : On the importance of supports when designing supported catalysts. The case of TiO2 polymorphic mixes