Lucrèce Nicoud, Ph.D.

Lucrèce is a (bio)chemical engineer with expertise in process modelling and separation science. She graduated from ENSIC (Nancy, France) with a major in chemical engineering and obtained her Ph.D. from the ETH Zurich (Switzerland) in 2015. Her doctoral work focused on the stability of therapeutic proteins. As a post-doctoral fellow at ETH Zurich, she worked on the modeling of chromatographic systems, both single and multicolumn. She also contributed to the book Continuous Biopharmaceutical Processes: Chromatography, Bioconjugation and Protein Stability (ISSN: 9781108420228). Then, she carried out a research project at MIT (Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.) in the field of pharmaceuticals crystallization. She joined Ypso-Facto in 2018. After being in charge of Innovation, she is now managing Ypso-Facto's Software Portfolio.