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Dr. Adrian Mota-Babiloni

Universidad Jaume I, Spain

Adrián Mota Babiloni is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Construction, Universitat Jaume I. Dr Mota-Babiloni finished a PhD in Engineering and Industrial Production from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) in 2016.

His main line of research is low global warming potential (GWP) working fluids for refrigeration and air conditioning, ultralow-temperature refrigeration, organic Rankine cycles (ORC), and high-temperature heat pumps (HTHP) for industrial heat recovery. 

Dr Mota-Babiloni has published 75 scientific papers in Q1 indexed journals and presented 85 at national and international conferences. To date, these publications have had an impact that is quantified in 2800 citations and an h-index of 34 in Scopus. The funding has been provided by 7 public R+D+i projects (1 co-PI) and 9 contracts with companies (2 PI). Additionally, 4 years (total of 1200 hours of collaboration with Rank ORC company for the development of ORC and HTHP equipment.

Dr Mota-Babiiloni has participated in more than 260 reviews of articles in international journals, theses, books, and scientific projects and in various editorial bodies for indexed scientific journals. 

Dr Mota-Babiiloni has obtained the extraordinary award in the doctoral thesis, obtaining the best qualification in the engineering area of the UPV. Young Researcher Award in the Engineering and Architecture category of the Universidad Jaume I in 2018 and Award for Academic Performance in 2008/2009. My students have received a total of 5 awards in different categories.

Within the top2% cited in 2019 and 2020 in Energy according to Stanford University and included in 2021 in the ranking of the best national scientists according to the DIH Group.

Member of IIFIIR (Commission B1 and E2), KCORC; SECYTEF, EUREC, and Atecyr.