Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila, México.
Prof. Cristóbal Noé Aguilar is vice-chancellor of Research and Postgraduate Programs at Autonomous University of Coahuila, México. He is Chemist (1992) by the same institution; his MSc Program in Food Science and Biotechnology (1995) was held in the Autonomous University of Chihuahua, México. His PhD Program in Fermentation Biotechnology (2000) was given by the Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico. He was working in a Postdoc stay (2001) at IRD-Marseille, France. Prof. Aguilar is member level III of the National System of Researchers of Mexico (S.N.I.). He has awarded with several prizes including: Outstanding Researcher Award 2019 (International Bioprocessing Association (IBA-IFIBiop 2019, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia); Prize of Science, Technology and Innovation Coahuila 2019 (Mexico); National Prize of Research 2010 of the Mexican Academy of Sciences, the Prize-2008 of the Mexican Society of Biotechnology and Bioengineering, National Prize AgroBio-2005 and the Mexican Price in Food Science and Technology. CONACYT-Coca Cola México 2003. From 2014 is member of the Mexican Academy of Science. Prof. Aguilar is member of the International Bioprocessing Association, Mexican Academy of Sciences, Mexican Society for Biotech & Bioeng, Mexican Association for Food Science & Biotechnology. His research areas are the design of bioprocesses for bioproducts production (of importance in: Hort/Food/Pharma/Environ sectors) & fermentation & enzymatic technologies. He is editor of more than 20 books. His h index is 40 (Mendeley) & 52 (Google scholar) He is associate editor of Heliyon-Microbiology (Elsevier), Frontiers in Sustainable Food System (Frontiers) and member of several editorial boards of International Scientific Journals.