As ICM’s principal scientist, Brandon Emme, focuses on developing innovative ways to make ethanol production even more efficient and advancing the biofuels industry through his work on the microbiological aspects of ethanol fermentation in both starch and cellulosic areas. 

Brandon is the Team Lead overseeing technology partnering, development and commercialization activities in the cellulosic sugars/ethanol process. His technical specialties in enzyme applications, fermentation, separations, solids processing/drying and granulation are derived from his over 23 years working in the biotechnology/specialty chemical field.  

Brandon earned his Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Colorado and is the Inventor of several US Patents in multiple industries.