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Zied Hosni

G12 8BH Glasgow UK

1, 3/2 Vinicombe Street


I am a highly-motivated, energetic, dependable engineer with academic and professional experience in chemical
engineering and life science. I have mainly skills in chemical synthesis, programing in Labview, and building
automated and autonomous platforms that can be used in the laboratory for chemical or biological applications.


2013-2016: PhD in chemistry, University of Glasgow.

2011-2012: Masters in Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences at Tunis. (the 2nd of the promotion)
February 2011: End of Study Project (Masters in Chemical Engineering), National Centre of Nuclear
Sciences and Technologies (Radiopharmaceuticals Laboratory).
2006-2010: Engineer Student in Industrial Chemistry, National institute of applied Sciences and


The prize of the best end of study project 2011.
The second prize of the best creation of company project LETS DO IT 2010: Writing a business plan, Marketing
plan development, Market and risk assessment, Technical and financial management.

July 2013- June 2014 University of Glasgow (Cronin Group)
Implementation of various nature-inspired algorithms to optimize complex self-assembled chemical
Validation of a fuzzy logic controller to stat macrocycles synthesis far from equilibrium.
Organic synthesis in flow using homemade 3D printed pumps and valves.
Cultivation of unculturable bacteria by a smart automated rig.
3D design and print of reactors for viscous fomulations.
July 2013- June 2014 Unilever UK (Collaboration with the Cronin Group)
Validation of a rig fully automated and controlled by Labview.
Use of the genetic algorithm to optimize the formulation properties of a commercial product.
September 2011- June 2012 Universit Paul Sabatier Toulouse (Laboratoire dHterochimie Fondamentale et
Practice of Vacuum gas manifold and Schlenk techniques, synthesis of chiral ligands and clusters of
Zirconium and application in catalysis.
Characterization by XRD, MS, RMN and purification by GC/MS and chiral HPLC.
Summer 2010&2011 Preparatory Institute for Engineering Studies (Laboratory of Chemistry and Reactivity El
Advanced use of theoretical chemistry for the mechanism simulation of a carbon nanotube filled by
platinum complex.
Advanced modeling and computational calculations: Gaussian, Gaussview, Molden and Spartan.
Use of Abinit on Windows and Linux to study the ground state of periodic systems: fluoro-apatites.
September-December 10 National Centre of Nuclear Sciences and Technologies (Radiopharmaceuticals
Synthesis of cerebral complex N-thyl-3-hydroxypiperidine trichelated to Technetium.
Characterization of the Rhenium homologue by IR, SM, RMN and HPLC.
Study of the bio-distribution.

Zied Hosni
Summer 09 Faculty of Science of Tunis (laboratory of physical chemistry)
Study and optimization of the Griseofulvin solubility by inclusion in a macrocycle beta Cyclodextrin.
Familiarization with the methods of synthesis and purification.
Characterization by the UV-Visible absorption spectroscopy, NMR, X-rays diffraction.
Use of ChemBioOffice and ACDLab 12.0 to schematize the reactions and for the prediction of the IR and
NMR spectra and familiarization with Rietveld refinement software: X' PERT HighsCore.
June and July 08 National Institute of Marine Sciences and Technology
Optimization of the apparatus of flow injection to titrate hemoglobin in sardines blood.
January-May 08 National institute of applied Sciences and Technology
Simulation of the ammonia synthesis by the chemical process Software ASPEN ONE PLUS.
Summer 06/07 Pharmaceutical Laboratories ADWYA (Alpha& Bta-Lactamines)
Familiarization the basics of water treatment in the drug manufacturing.
Attending validation and quality control sessions and organoleptic tests.


R. BESSROUR, Y. BELMILOUD, Z. HOSNI and B. TANGOUR, American Institute of Physics Proceeding.

Marc Rodriguez Garcia, Andrew J. Surman, Geoffrey J.T. Cooper, Irene Surez-Marina, Zied Hosni, Michael
P. Lee, Leroy Cronin, Nature Communications 6:8385 October 2015.
Zied HOSNI, Rachida BESSROUR, Bahoueddine TANGOUR, Journal of Computational and Theoretical
Nanoscience 11(2):318-323 February 2014.
Poster: 99mTc radiotracers synthesis based on ferrocen and o-toluidin by tridentate chelation (N, N, O).

Arab, French

Computer Skills:
Computer programming
LabVIEW Python R PASCAL C Aspen ONE Java.

Fluent (read, spoken and

Italian, German
Intermediate (read,
spoken and written)

Japanese, Spanish

Data analysis


2D & 3D design


Windows - Linux
- Mac


Rhinoceros AutoCAD - Web date
Website X5 Evolution FLASH

Tools for Quality Control: DMAIC - SIX-SIGMA - 7 Tools of quality AMDEC - Anova Analysis - PLS...
Presentation skills and ability to work in a team


INSAT Chemistry Club and Nanoecotech Association member.

Anthony Nolan volunteer and member.
Gave supplementary scientific courses (physics, chemistry...) to high school pupils.


Pr. Bahaoueddine TANGOUR, (Laboratory of Chemistry and Reactivity El Manar), baha.tangour@gmail.com

Dr. Hafida GASPARD, (LHFA, Universit Paul Sabatier Toulouse), gaspard@chimie.ups-tlse.fr
Pr. Leroy Cronin, (Laboratory of complex chemical systems, University of Glasgow), lee.cronin@glasgow.ac.uk