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Katia Tannous

Prof. Katia Tannous School of Chemical Engineering – University of Campinas Brazil

Katia Tannous is Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Campinas, São Paulo/Brazil since March 1994. She teaches a wide variety of chemical engineering courses for under-graduate and graduate students,

Prof. Katia Tannous teaching about biomass (coconut fibers) for her graduate 	students in the Laboratory of Particles Technology and Multiphase Processes (LaProM) which she is the Chairman of.

and also, she has supervised beginners, MS (1989) and PhD (1993) researchers. She is Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (1985) at University of Caxias do Sul/RS, Brazil, obtained Master of Science and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering at University of Campinas, Brazil and ENSIGC-IPT, France, respectively. Also, more recently she spent sometimes in postdoctoral studies about gas polymerization Reaction using metallocenes as catalyst, at University of Waterloo (1999), and about characterization and solid particles dynamics of biomass, University of British Columbia (2010), Canada.

 Team of undergraduate and graduate students, from left to right: Henrique R. Guimarães; Fillipe Souza Silva; Francisco O.M. Farias; Joana Lourenço; Vicente Franco; Wilson Bittencourt.

She is not only specialist in Chemical engineering but she knows the importance of being a good teacher and her responsibilities to education society. Then, she became specialist in Education and Human Resources (2003), PUC-Campinas, Brazil.

Currently she is Executive Editor of the International Engineering Journal.

Current Focus on Research                            

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