Meet FlexSNGs Research Students

Meet Francis Lebreux Désilets in the first of a series of interviews to get to know the research students involved in the FlexSNG project. 

In 2021, Francis Lebreux Desilets completed his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at Polytechnique Montreal in Canada. Where he specialised in process systems engineering and environmental process design. Through Polytechnique Montreal Bachelor-PhD fast track program, Francis joined FlexSNG Canadian Team as a PhD student under the supervision of Pr. Paul Stuart. His research focuses on systems engineering for the strategic planning of net-zero eco-park in an industrial symbiosis context. The developed methodology and techniques will be applied through comprehensive case studies on the new FlexSNG process in Canada and Northern Europe.

Check out Francis’ interview here.

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