Fabio Cameli obtained his PhD degree from KU Leuven in 2020. His research focused on intensification of solid state separation of chiral molecules via thermal cycles promoted by microwave heating and continuous flow. He later joined University of Delaware for a postdoctoral program where he worked on plasma-assisted intensification of decentralized chemical processes. He developed a new plasma biphasic microreactor for oxidative processes suitable to electrified, modular chemical manufacturing. His current interest revolves around developing plasma catalytic processes to upgrade low-value streams from the chemical industry.