This initiative has as main objective to protect the projects of end of career, end of masters and doctoral theses of the university students The Chancellor of the University of Valladolid, Daniel Miguel San José, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Education of the Government of Castilla y León, Juan Casado Canales and the […]
Miriam Rueda cofounder of LightEnergy and postdoc researcher at High Pressure Processes Group was included into Forbes’ second annual “30 Under 30 Europe” list at Industry category. That list features 300 young innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders across Europe who are under 30 years of age and who are transforming business, technology, finance, media, culture and […]
Last October, Dr. Luis Miguel Sanz Moral, researcher at High Pressure Processes Group of University of Valladolid, and member of the LightEnergy project team, traveled with another winners of the Regional phase of YUZZ 2016 to Silicon Valley to participated into a course about innovation and entrepreneurship. Further visiting some of the leading companies worldwide, […]
LightEnergy is a business project on a hydrogen storage system lighter and more compact. It is achived by the deposition of hydrides over aerogels in combination with microwaves, which manages to give greater autonomy flight of drones. The LightEnergy project, promoted by researchers from the High Pressure Processes group of University of Valladolid, Luis Miguel […]
Last week, University of Valladolid’s Chancellor, Daniel Miguel San José, welcomed the members of LightEnergy project. This project has been recently awarded with the Model2Market award (10,000 €). The project, development by a team constituted by 4 members of our research group, was selected from among 463 projects from 12 different Ibero-American countries. LightEnergy has […]
Luis Miguel Sánz (Ph. D. student), Miriam Rueda (Ph. D. student), Ángel Martin (full professor) and Alexander Navarrete (Postdoc researcher) from High Pressure Processes Group (Universidad de Valladolid), have been rewarded with one of five awards of the Model2Market 2016 competition, the biggest event of Ibero-American entrepreneurship. The project, LightEnergy, about the use of hydrides […]
Our PhD student Ana Álvarez was awarded third place in the scholarship competition at the Third Global Congress on Microwave Energy Application, hold in Cartagena (Spain) in July 2016. This prize was sponsored by the Microwave Working Group. A guild dedicated to formulate the path for microwave technology over the next decade. One of its […]
Danilo Cantero, one of our former PhD students and current collaborator, has been recognized as one of MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 Argentina and Uruguay 2016, thanks to his innovations and developments on a high efficiency supercritical water reactor for cellulose hydrolisis. http://innovatorsunder35.com/innovators-under-35-argentina-uruguay http://innovatorsunder35.com/innovator/danilo-cantero
The contest aims to create a catalogue of university business promoters to help in the creation of new technology-based companies in the university environment and includes a training program to promote the emergence of new business ideas from projects of university technologies previously identified and with a good degree of maturity.
Danilo Cantero, one of our PhD students, has been awarded the European Federation of Chemical Engineering Excellence Award in Process Intensification 2015 for his PhD thesis titled Intensification of cellulose hydrolysis process by supercritical water. Obtaining of added value products.