Carlos A. Carrero is from Tovar, Venezuela. He received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from the “La Universidad de los Andes” in 2006. After working in the Venezuelan oil company (PDVSA-INTEVEP) for about three years, Carlos moved to Berlin, Germany to pursue graduate studies. He received his PhD in Natural Science from the Technical University of Berlin in 2012, working under the supervision of Reinhard Schomaecker and closely working with Klaus-Peter Dinse (Darmstad University), Robert Schloegl (Fritz Habert Institute of Berlin), and Israel E. Wachs (Lehigh University). Carlos was awarded to join the Berlin International Graduate School of Natural Science and Engineering (BIG-NSE). Following completion of his Ph.D., Carlos moved to the Robert Schloegl’s group at Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion. In 2014, Carlos came back to the American continent to continue his postdoctoral research working with Ive Hermans at University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, USA. In August 2016, Carlos joined the Chemical Engineering department at Auburn University as an assistant professor.