Francisco J. Rodríguez Valadez is a Researcher,Electrochemical Research Center (CIDETEQ),México

Francisco J. Rodríguez Valadez


Organizing committee


Electrochemical Research Center (CIDETEQ)


Researcher at Cideteq since 2002 My research lines have been related to the environment and clean energy Four graduated Ph.D. students, Sixteen graduated Master's students. 53 scientific articles published and indexed in the JCR One Patent granted, three patent-pending registrations Nine projects financed projects amounting to 2 million dollars.


Isaac Velázquez-Hernándeza, Evelyn Zamudio, Francisco J. Rodríguez-Valadez, Nora A. García-Gómez, Lorena Álvarez-Contreras, Minerva Guerra-Balcázar, Noé Arjona, Electrochemical valorization of crude glycerol in alkaline medium for energy conversion using Pd, Au and Pd-Au nanomaterials, Fuel, 2019. Josue J. Machorro, Ana L. Lazaro, Fabricio Espejel-Ayala, Eduardo Coutiño-Gonzalez,Juan C. Chavarria-Hernandez, Luis. A. Godínez and Francisco J. Rodríguez-Valadez, The Roles of the Structure and Basic Sites of SodiumTitanates on Transesterification Reactions to Obtain Biodiesel, Catalysts 2019, 9, 989; doi:10.3390/catal9120989 Catalina González-Nava, Luis A. Godínez, Abraham U. Chávez, Bibiana Cercado, Luis G. Arriaga and Francisco J. Rodríguez-Valadez. Study of different carbon materials for their use as bioanodes in microbial fuel cells. Water Science & Technology. 2016 vol.73 No.12, 2849-2857.


Biochemistry Engineer, Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, México. Master's Degree in Biotechnology, Department of Biotechnology, Center for Research and Advanced Studies of IPN (CINVESTAV-IPN), México. Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences, Institute of Scientific Research, University of Guanajuato., México. Master's Degree in Innovation for Business Development, Monterrey Technological Institute (ITESM, 75% of the credits), México.


A microbial fuel cell as a wastewater treatment process Biodiesel and bioproducts production processes and catalyst


Researcher level 2 in the National Research System, México


Ph.D. Ioannis Ieropoulus, University of Bristol, UK