Chingis is a Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, focusing on Hydrogen and Energy Storage technologies. Prior to joining in 2022, he completed his MEng in Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London, having undertaken research in areas such as hydrogen production, the use of machine learning for thermodynamics and bioprocessing.
Chingis graduated with First Class Honours from Imperial College London with an MEng (Master of Engineering) in Chemical Engineering. He earned a wide range of engineering, technical, and analytical skills and expertise during his degree. In his last year, he conducted research on the application of artificial neural networks to predict the thermodynamic properties of fluids. In addition, he worked in a team to design a novel large-scale blue hydrogen manufacturing plant as part of his final year design project. He also completed an academic research internship at Imperial College, where he was part of a team that worked with a multinational pharmaceutical company to improve their chromatographic separation process.
At IDTechEx, Chingis works on hydrogen and decarbonization-related topics. His current focus is on low-carbon hydrogen production (blue & green hydrogen), the hydrogen economy (production, storage, distribution & application sectors), sustainable fuels as well as electrolyzer and fuel cell materials.