Stwart is a former ExxonMobil process engineer and holds an MBA from MIT Sloan Business School. His skill set includes manufacturing, design, and process operating experience of large-scale units, including plastic pyrolysis operations from his time at ExxonMobil. He has scaled up technologies from the bench scale and also held leadership positions at a previous climate tech startup that went on to raise a $30M Series B round.
Dr. Jan-Georg Rosenboom is a Polymer Scientist from MIT’s Langer Lab, plastic sustainability consultant and TEDx speaker on plastic recycling. He has a PhD from ETH Zurich where he developed polymerization processes based on Ring-Opening Polymerization, where his work on PEF is currently being commercialized by SULZER. His skill set includes polymer chemistry, synthesis and analytics, life cycle assessment, process design, and kinetic simulations. He is an author on 18 scientific papers with >1000 citations, and 2 patents.
Edoardo Terreni is a Chemical Engineer and is an expert in MacroCycle technology through his PhD thesis “Optimization of a New Recycling Technology for Polyesters” at the Politecnico Di Milano in Italy under the supervision of Prof. Storti and Prof. Moscatelli. He also brings industrial experience working as a process engineer at ENI, Italy’s largest petrochemical company.