Researcher biography

Dr Jorge Beltramini leads the Clean Energy and Green Chemistry Group at the Nanomaterials Centre at UQ's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology. Their primary areas of research interest include the synthesis, manipulation, and the physical, chemical and catalytic characterisation of new nanomaterials for natural gas, coal, and biomass conversion into valuable chemicals, transportation fuels, clean hydrogen production, reformulation of heavy residues, waste plastic degradation into fuels and heterogenisation of homogeneous catalysis for fine chemicals production.