Roman Latsuzbaia, research scientist at TNO and VoltaChem
Roman Latsuzbaia has been a research scientist at TNO and VoltaChem since 2015 and is technically responsible for the electrochemical reactor and process development activities in the VoltaChem's Power-2-Chemicals program line. Roman has a background in chemical and electrochemical engineering, with over 15 years of experience. Previously, he worked as a research engineer at R. Agladze Institute of Inorganic Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Tbilisi Georgia. He completed his studies for MSc Applied Chemical Engineering at the University of Manchester and obtained his PhD in Chemical Engineering & Electrochemistry at Delft University of Technology.
In his current role as technical lead in various projects at TNO and VoltaChem he combines developments in the electrochemistry domain with electrochemical reactor engineering and process development to scale up novel electrochemical production processes of chemicals from renewable feedstock (e.g. carbon dioxide, biomass).
Martijn de Graaff, program and business development director at VoltaChem and TNO
Martijn de Graaff is responsible for program management and business development at the Shared Innovation Program VoltaChem. Before getting involved in industrial electrification, he has been working in multiple business development roles related to innovation in chemistry, chemical process technology and high-tech equipment. Martijn is heavily involved in setting up public-private regional, national and trans-national collaborations in the field of electrification and industrial transformation in North-Western Europe.