Tatiana Romero

Job Title
Instituto Nacional de Energías Limpias, INEEL

She has more than 20 years of experience in research and development of hydrogen technologies. She obtained her PhD from the University of British Columbia, Canada in Fuel Cells, graduated with honours from the Master in Energy at the Institute of Renewable Energies of the UNAM and obtained a degree in Chemical Engineering from the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla. She joined the National Institute of Electricity and Clean Energies (INEEL) in 2000, as a researcher at the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Laboratory. Her research interests include electrocatalysis, incorporation of nanomaterials, development of methodologies for transport phenomena, as well as the technological development of exchange membrane fuel cells. He has developed models to study applications of hydrogen as an energy vector in energy generation and storage. She has led projects in international consortia; she has been a visiting researcher at the National Renewable Laboratory in Colorado and at the Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation in Canada. She is a member of the National System of Researchers since 2009, co-author of articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and registered patents. She is currently responsible for the Project: Development of Low Cost Energy Storage Technologies, supported by CONAHCYT. The project aims to develop and scale-up prototypes of low-cost energy storage batteries.

September 06, 2023Green Hydrogen

September 06, 2023Panel Discussion

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