Dr. Kopyscinski obtained his doctor of sciences (Dr. Sc.) from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) in 2010. From 2010 to 2013 he was postdoctoral fellow at University of Calgary in the group of Dr. J.M. Hill and University of Toronto working with Dr. C. Mims on hydrodenitrogenation, catalyzed gasification and kinetic modeling. Since 2014, Dr. Kopyscinski is an Assistant Professor and leads the laboratory of Catalytic Process Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering at McGill University. His research group is engaged in the development and understanding of catalyzed processes and reactor engineering concepts dedicated to sustainable energy conversion technologies. Processes of special interests are direct non-oxidative methane aromatization, the production of renewable natural gas and energy storage via the power-to-gas process. Dr. Kopyscinski is specialized in reactor design with spatially resolved measurement capabilities and novel catalyst design such as gallium-nitrides and ordered mesoporous alumina.