Daniel Sastre Quemada owns a Degree in Chemical Engineering from the Autónoma University of Madrid in 2013 and an Official Interuniversity Master in Chemical Engineering from both Autónoma University of Madrid and Rey Juan Carlos University in 2014. His Final Degree Proyect was “Development of a pilot plant for reforming of methanol in microreactors” and his Final Master Proyect was “Study of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate (LAS) production process”. Professionally, he made practices in the CEPSA research center and in the Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry (CSIC). He joined the Thermochemical Processes Unit of IMDEA Energy as a researcher trainee in April 2015. Since April 2016 is predoctoral researcher in the same unit.