Paulo Carmo graduated from his integrated MSc in Chemical Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto in July 2016. In September 2021, he completed his PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering from FEUP with a thesis entitled “Separation and Recovery of Monomers in Industrial Streams by Adsorption”, under the supervision of Prof. Alexandre Ferreira, Prof. Ana Mafalda Peixoto, and Prof. Alírio Rodrigues. Since November 2021, he has been working as a Junior Researcher for the project “HyGreen&LowEmissions ‐ Tackling Climate Change Impacts: the role of Green Hydrogen production, storage and use".

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Process Modeling and Simulation
Pressure Swing Adsorption
Temperature Swing Adsorption
Monomer Separation and Recovery

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

P. Carmo, A.M. Ribeiro, A.E. Rodrigues, A. Ferreira. Recovery of vinyl chloride from by‐streams of polyvinyl chloride production by TPSA in a multitubular adsorber. AICHE Journal, 66, e16899, 2020 P. Carmo, A.M. Ribeiro, A.E. Rodrigues, A. Ferreira. Modeling and Simulation of a TPSA System for a Vinyl Chloride/Nitrogen Separation from Industrial Streams. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 57, 14223-14232, 2018

SELECTED PROJECTS

HyGreen&LowEmissions - Tackling Climate Change Impacts: the role of Green Hydrogen production, storage and use, together with low emissions energy systems. Reference: NORTE-01-0145-FEDER-000077. Funded by: CCDR-N - Comissão de Coordenação e Desenvolvimento Regional do Norte, P2020|Norte2020 - Projetos Integrados ICDT. Starting Date: 2021/04/01. Duration: 24 months.
Paulo Carmo
Investigador Doutorado
paulocarmo@fe.up.pt