Technology Partnerships Analyst – Corporate Licensing and External Technology
Partnering Focus Areas: materials-related technologies for gas separation and storage of industrial compressed and cryogenic gases. Scouting for technologies that pass the feasibility stage and are amenable to sustainable, new industrial gas applications.
Maeva is a bilingual (French and English) Chemical Engineer by training. She has five years of diverse professional experience in R&D, Product Development and Marketing of performance materials and industrial gases. Maeva has research background in the application of polymeric materials in nanotechnology applications and is interested to hear your materials technology innovative ideas applied to the industrial gas sector, for partnering opportunities with Air Products.
Maeva earned a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Delaware, and is the author of numerous technical publications on the synthesis and structure-properties relationship of block copolymers for use in nanotechnology applications. She was nominated for the AkzoNobel Award for Outstanding Graduate Research in Polymer Chemistry (2013), and was a 2010 Air Products Graduate Fellowship recipient. She received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering with a Green Engineering concentration from Virginia Tech.