Carolina Solis

    • Education:
      •  Ph.D Candidate in Sustainable Processes from, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León.
      •  M.Sc. Sustainable Processes, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (2011).
      •  B.S. Farmaceutical Chemical Biologist, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (2001).
    • Past Presentation/Publications
      •  Carolina Solis Maldonado, Javier Rivera de la Rosa, Carlos J. Lucio Ortiz y Jaime S. Valente. Modified alumina catalysts for dehydration of fructose. Memories of the 23rd North American Catalysis Society Metting. Louisville, K.Y. Jun. 2013.
      •  Carolina Solis Maldonado, Carlos J. Lucio Ortiz, Jaime S. Valente y Javier Rivera de la Rosa. Aluminas modificadas para la deshidratación de la fructosa. Memories of the XIII Congreso mexicano y IV congreso internacional de catálisis. Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. May. 2013.
      •  Javier Rivera De La Rosa, Carolina Solís Maldonado y Carlos Javier Lucio Ortiz. Powder diffraction X-ray. Chapter 5 of the book: “Caracterización de Catalizadores”. Academia de Catálisis A. C. (ACAT), 2013.
    • Awards/ Affiliations
      •   Affiliate to the Academia de Catálisis A.C. in Mexico, 2013.
      •  Richard J. Kokes awardee. 23rd North American Meeting of the Catalysis Society. Louisville, Kentucky. June 2-7, 2013.
    • Experience
      •   General Electric-Water & Process Technologies. Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) department. Quality Control department, chemical analyst, 2002-2008.
      •   Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. Laboratory of immunology and virology. Facultad de Ciencias Biologicas, 2000-2002.
  • Description of Research:
    • Recent attention has been focused on chemicals synthesized from non-fossil based sources. It has been reported that the use of solid acid catalyst, during dehydration of the carbohydrates (biomass) favors the production of chemical products of special interest as biofuels. My research focuses in designing alumina catalysts, modified with functional group to improve performance of catalysts and direct them towards production of desired products.

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