Adjunct Professor - Guest


Marco Di Luccio D. Sc.

Am Biologischen Garten 2
IW3, Room 2280
28359 Bremen
Tel. 0421 218 64943

Research Interests

  • Preparation of ceramic membranes by tape casting and phase inversion
  • Application of inorganic membranes in O/W emulsification
  • Strategies for membrane fouling control


03/1997 – 05/2001 D.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Ethanol and fructose production in a membrane bioreactor
08/1995 – 03/1997 M.Sc. Chemical Engineering, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Flat-sheet and hollow fiber microporous membranes based on polycarbonate
08/1990 – 07/1995 B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Positions and Work Experience

11/2018 – present Postdoctoral researcher, Advanced Ceramics Group, University of Bremen, Germany
08/2011 - present Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemical and Food Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil
08/2015 – 07/2016 Coordinator of Food Engineering Graduate Program, Federal University of Santa Catarina
03/2012 – 07/2018 Supervisor of the Central Laboratory for Instrumental Analysis, Department of Chemical and Food Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina
03/2001 – 07/2011 Adjunct Professor, Department of Food Engineering, University of Erechim, Erechim, Brazil
03/1999 – 10/1999 Internship, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Notre Dame University, Notre Dame, USA
06/2007 – 08/2011 Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Food Engineering, University of Erechim


  1. d -Tyrosine loaded nanocomposite membranes for environmental-friendly, long-term biofouling control
    Water Research
    Yu C., Wu J., Zin G., Di Luccio M., Wen D., Li Q
    (2018) 130.
  2. Modification of hydrophobic commercial PVDF microfiltration membranes into superhydrophilic membranes by the mussel-inspired method with dopamine and polyethyleneimine
    Separation and Purification Technology
    Zin G., Wu J., Rezzadori K., Petrus J.C.C., Di Luccio M., LI Q.
    (2018) Online first.
  3. Stability of oil-in-water emulsions produced by membrane emulsification with microporous ceramic membranes
    Journal of Food Engineering
    Zanatta V., Rezzadori K., Penha F. M., Zin G., Lemos-Senna E., Petrus J. C. C., Di Luccio M.
    (2017) 195.
  4. Monomer-in-water miniemulsions by membrane emulsification
    Chemical Engineering and Processing
    Agner T., Zimmermann A., Di Luccio M., Araujo P.H.H., Sayer C.
    (2017) 120.
  5. Desolventizing organic solvent-soybean oil miscella using ultrafiltration ceramic membranes
    Journal of Membrane Science
    Melo J. R. M., Tres M. V., Steffens J., Oliveira J. Vladimir, Di Luccio M.
    (2015) 475.
  6. Separation of soybean oil/n-hexane and soybean oil/n-butane mixtures using ceramic membranes
    Food Research International
    Tres M.V., Racoski J. C., Di Luccio M., Oliveira J. V., Treichel H., Oliveira D., Mazutti M. A. .
    (2014) 63


  • M. Di Luccio, A. A. U. Souza, J. C. C. Petrus, J. Vladimir Oliveira, G. Zin, F. Carlesso. System and process for increasing of membrane performance using magnetic fields. Brazilian Patent BR10201401773, 18.07.2014
  • C.M. Marchesi, M. V. Tres, M. Di Luccio, J. Vladimir Oliveira. System for energy optimization, treatment and recovery of wastewaters of poultry carcasse chilling. Brazilian Patent BR1020130215856, 23.08.2013