Nastasiya Yuriychuk obtained her Higher Technician degree in Laboratory Analysis and Quality Control in 2017, completing her internship at CSIC - Center for Biological Research, where she collaborated on research projects related to lung cancer, conducting a final project titled ´Mitochondrial Bioenergetics and the Study of the Effect of UCP2 on the A549 cell line´. Nastasiya worked at IMDEA Energy as a Laboratory Technician in the General Laboratories group, specializing in Characterization. In 2020, she joined CSIC - Institute of Polymer Science and Technology as a Research Assistant, contributing to various projects related to Mixed Matrix Membranes for gas separation and Fluorescent Nanoparticles (Quantum Dots), resulting in a scientific publication titled ´Mixed Matrix Membranes Containing a Biphenyl-Based Knitting Aryl Polymer and Gas Separation Performance´. She is currently at CIC energiGUNE as a Laboratory Technician in Cell Design and Manufacturing Group.

Scientific interests

  • Development of Advanced Technologies
  • Optimization of Manufacturing Processes
  • Analysis and Improvement of Service Life and Cyclability

Scientific career

  • Publication ´Mixed Matrix Membranes Containing a Biphenyl-Based Knitting Aryl Polymer and Gas Separation Performance´
  • Poster Presentation "Sustainable and Cost-Effective Solution for H2 and CO2 Recovery in the Petrochemical Industry" at the CIRTAM Symposium, related to "New Developments for a Renewable Economy´´.
  • Poster Presentation "Porous Organic Polymers Based Mixed-Matrix Membranes for Gas Permeation" at the international conference "Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanomaterials´´.

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