Assistant Professor, Dept. Biological Systems Engineering,Washington State University; Pullman, WA. 2007 - Present.
Post doctoral research fellow, Monash University; Melbourne, Australia. Responsible for the improvement of a fast pyrolysis reactor to produce bio-oils from Mallee trees. Characterization, up-grading and combustion of bio-oils and chars. Study of generation of oligomers during pyrolysis. 2006 - 2007
University of Georgia and EPRIDA (Athens, Georgia, USA). In charge of improving and designing of Thermochemical reactors and analytical laboratories. The main responsibility was to improve and design Thermochemical reactors (Continuous Auger and Batch pyrolysis reactors) and to identify and install new analytical equipments (DSC/TG-MS, Karl-Fischer, Rota-evaporators, GC analyser, CHNS-O, Proximate analysers) for a Thermochemical laboratory. Development of new applications for pyrolysis products in the agriculture. Study of fuel properties of bio-oil/bio-diesel blends. 2005 - 2006
LAVAL UNIVERSITY; Quebec City, Canada. CANMET (Advanced Combustion Technologies, NRCan); Ottawa, Canada and PYROVAC; Quebec City, Canada. In charge of a project to study the fuel properties of vacuum pyrolysis oils obtained from wood industry residues. Scholarship of Doctorate from the Laval University Foundation. 1 month of internship at the “CO2 solution” pilot plant. 2001 - 2005
Dr. Manuel Garcia-Perez
Assistant Professor / Scientist
Biological Systems Engineering
Washington State University
L. J. Smith 205, P.O. Box 64120
Pullman, Washington USA
TEL: 509 335-7758
FAX: 509 335-2722
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