Szekely G received his MEng degree in Chemical Engineering from the Technical University of Budapest, and he earned his PhD degree in Chemistry under the European Commission’s Marie Curie Actions from the Technical University of Dortmund. He worked as an Early Stage Researcher in Hovione PharmaScience and an IAESTE Fellow at the University of Tokyo. He was a Research Associate working with Andrew Livingston on molecular level separations in Imperial College London. He is currently a Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at The University of Manchester. His multidisciplinary professional background covers supramolecular chemistry, molecular recognition, molecular imprinting, process development, waste utilization, nanofiltration and pharmaceutical impurity scavenging. He serves as an Academic Editor for the journal Advanced Materials Letters, the Secretary General for the Marie Curie Fellows Association, and a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry. He has over 40 publications including 4 patents and 4 book chapters.