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Chemical engineer

Benoit Dubuis, Swiss chemical engineer. Achievements include inventing bubble-free fluidised bed reactor for plant cell culture; cell sampling unit in Situ Sterilisble Immobilized tin catalyst. Member Swiss Academy of Sciences (secretary since 1996).

Background

Dubuis, Benoit was born on January 5, 1966 in Sion, Switzerland. Son of Levy and Marie-Cecile (Roten) Dubuis.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Federal Polytechnic University, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, Federal Polytechnic University, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1994.

Career

Engineer Chemap AG, Zurich, Switzerland, 1992-1994. Researcher BHR Group, Cranfield, England, 1994. Process development manager Ciba-Geigy, Bale, Switzerland, 1994-1996.

Manager market development biotechnology Lonza AG, since 1997. Consultant Institute Military Security & Technology, Zurich, since 1993.

Achievements

  • Achievements include inventing bubble-free fluidised bed reactor for plant cell culture. Cell sampling unit in Situ Sterilisble Immobilized tin catalyst.

Membership

Member Swiss Academy of Sciences (secretary since 1996).

Connections

Married Mireille Moix, September 14, 1996.

father:
Levy Dubuis

mother:
Marie-Cecile (Roten) Dubuis

spouse:
Mireille Moix