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Editor Name: Stefania Moioli
Designation: Assistant Professor
University: Politecnico of Milano
Stefania Moioliis assistant professorat Dipartimento di Chimica, Materiali e Ingegneria Chimica “G. Natta” of Politecnico di Milano. She is member of the “Group on Advanced Separation Processes & Gas Processing - GASP”, in which she studies natural gas processing, with focus on the purification of acid gases, regarding in particular both thermodynamics and mass transfer with reaction modeling. Her research interests cover thermodynamics, kinetic modeling and steady state/dynamic process simulation.
Stefania Moioli graduated magna cum laude in Chemical Engineering and she obtained a cum laude PhD degree in Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, earned defending the thesis entitled “Simulation of the Gas Purification Process with Aqueous Solutions of Amines”. She focused her post-doctoral research on purification processes, by obtaining two post-doctoral grants and in 2016 she spent six months at The University of Sydney, working on acid gas removal by chemical solvents with precipitating salts.
Since 2010 she has been teaching assistant for courses in the field of the Unit Operations for Chemical Plants at Politecnico di Milano, where since 2014 she is in charge of the course “Process Plants”.
She is first author and co-author of several papers published on peer-reviewed international scientific journals and she has presented results of her research activity at international conferences in the field of chemical engineering. She is also a reviewer for papers submitted to international scientific journals.
In 2015 she was awarded with the Endeavour Research Fellowship 2016 Round, a prestigious programme offered by the Australian Government to support high-achieving professionals to undertake research in Australia.