Dr. Mónica García works as a Technology Analyst for IEAGHG, an international R&D programme focussed on carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS), funded by 34 member countries and organisations. Mónica oversees the IEAGHG lines "CCS in industry", "Hydrogen for the power and industrial sectors", and "emerging CO2 capture technologies" and she is a member of the Steering Committees in the Post-Combustion-Capture-Conferences, the IEAGHG CCS Cost Network and the CSLF CCS Task Force for Large Emitting Industries. In addition, Mónica is a member of the advisory boards in several CCUS projects and a Visiting Academic Researcher in the University of Surrey, where she focusses on modelling of CO2 capture and utilisation systems.
For the last 10 years, Monica has worked in different sectors related to sustainable systems and energy production in Spain, United Kingdom (UK), and The Netherlands, and has been Project manager and coordinator of several collaborative projects.
Mónica has a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering, from the University of Seville (Spain), and a PhD in CO2 Capture. She specialized in novel solvents for CO2 capture at University of Surrey (UK) and NTNU (Norway).