BioEnTech's Team

Founded in 2013, BioEnTech was born from the conviction that digitizing water and waste treatment management would be a significant lever to help reduce the environmental impact and allow a better control of our resources.

Seven years after its creation, the company has grown into an SME of 14 people with multidisciplinary skills and varied experiences mixing profiles of bioprocesses experts, computer scientists, modelers, business managers, lab technicians and commercial developers, having worked on complex applied engineering and research projects in France and internationally.

With an average experience per person of about ten years, BioEnTech can capitalize on a recognized and unique know-how to develop software and analytical solutions for the management of wastewater treatment plants and methanization units.

Jérémie Miroux, Chief Executive Officer


With a background in industrial engineering and international trade, Jérémie was responsible for Business Units in international agro-industrial, plant chemistry and pharmaceutical markets.


Deeply concerned about environmental protection and sustainable development, he became aware of the growing need to provide digitized solutions for a better mastery of the resources by facing the environmental and energy constraints of industrial production sites.


Dr Cyrille Charnier, Chief Technical Officer


PhD in bio-processes and data science (Université GAIA, France) and green chemistry engineer (Supagro Montpellier/ENSCM), Cyrille is driven by the desire to participate in the environmental revolution.


Passioned by innovation, he joined the adventure just a few months after it started and managed the creation of products such as IR-SCAN and SNAC. He has extensive experience in bioprocess digitization, sensor development and R&D project management.

Francesco Novellis, Chief Information Officer


Expert software engineer (Polytechnic School of Milan/ University of Illinois), Francesco complemented shortly afterwards the original team.


He completely re-engineered the IT infrastructure, enabling BioEnTech to make a qualitative leap, thanks to the development of a distributed software solution, oriented to the cloud and the industry 4.0.


Nowadays he manages the IT team, in charge of planning and coordinating the overall short-and long-term IT strategy and implementation.





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