Dr. Christophe Detrembleur obtained his PhD in 2001 at the Center for Education and Research on Macromolecules (CERM) at the University of Liege (ULIEGE, Belgium) in the field of the development of new controlled radical polymerization (CRP) techniques. He then moved to Bayer AG (Leverkusen, Germany) to develop polymers from CRP and low viscous UV-curable polyurethane formulations for coatings. In 2003, he joined CERM (ULIEGE) as a permanent FNRS Researcher (currently as FNRS Research Director since 2012) to create his own research group. His main research interests are in the synthesis and application of multifunctional (co)polymers prepared by CRP, and in new conceptual routes to convert CO2 (as a renewable C1-feedstock) into low carbon footprint polymers and materials. CD is dedicated to polymer chemistry, from the understanding of reaction mechanisms and the development of novel sustainable polymerization processes and (organo)catalysts, to the preparation of advanced sustainable materials (mainly coatings, adhesives and foams). Christophe has (co)authored 300 international publications and 27 patent applications, with a total of citations beyond 12000. His current h-index is 58.