M.Sc. Cherie Hsu
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Institute of Catalysis Research
and Technology (IKFT)
Campus North, Building 727, Room 225
Cherie Hsu studied chemical engineering at the State University of New York at Buffalo in the United States (2013-2018). With an interest in the energy industry as a chemical engineer, she finished the EIT InnoEnergy Energy Technology double masters’ program with a M.Sc. in energy engineering and management at Instituto Superior Técnico in Portugal and a M.Sc. in chemical and process engineering at Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) in Germany (2019-2021). In her master thesis, she focused on the experimental studies of the catalytic influence during biofuel optimizations in the Engler-Bunte-Institute, Division Fuel Technology (EBI-ceb) at KIT. In 2022, she joined Prof. Dr. Moritz Wolf as a Ph.D. student in his research group "Material Synthesis and Scale-Up" in the department of "Catalyst Materials and Process Development" at the Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology (IKFT) at KIT. She is also part of the CARE-O-SENE project to develop next-generation Fischer-Tropsch catalysts to optimize production of sustainable aviation fuel.
- CARE-O-SENE : development of next-generation Fischer-Tropsch catalysts for optimized production of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF)