Postgraduate Research Student,
Rosen Trichkov is currently an EngD student at the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Carbon Capture and Storage & Cleaner Fossil Energy under the supervision of Dr Ioanna Dimitriou. Prior to commencing his doctoral training at the University of Nottingham in 2018, he obtained his MEng in Chemical Engineering at Loughborough University. Further to this, he completed his research project at the University of Bologna in 2017 as part of his Masters degree at Loughborough University, with the research focusing on testing the performance of Perfluorosulfonic Acid Membranes (PFSA) under different conditions, for use in the removal of CO2 from natural gas and biogas.
CO2 Conversion to Methanol and Integration with the Ironmaking Process: Modelling and Cost Analysis (with Tata Steel)
The effect of pressure and mixed gas composition on humid CO2 and hydrocarbons permeation in Aquivion® PFSA
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