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The table below lists our academic research interests, to help you identify a project supervisor whose expertise matches your own research.
You can use keywords in the search bar to look for an academic by research interest, or click on their name below to visit their staff profile.
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| Keywords|| Name|
|Distributed combined heat and power generation / co-generation; biomass technologies including combustion, gasification and pyrolysis; clean fossil fuel technologies including various carbon capture technologies/materials and clean coal technologies; fluidized beds; sustainable waste management and disposal; hydrogen production from biomass/coal
||Professor Hao Liu (Head of Group)
|Production of bio-based chemicals, materials and functional food ingredients from food waste and sustainable biomass sources through development of transformative microwave technologies including Microwave-Assisted Extraction, pretreatment and stabilisation.
||Dr Eleanor Binner
|Process modelling, process optimisation and techno-economic analysis of low-carbon energy technologies, including carbon capture and utilisation, as well as thermochemical and biochemical conversion of biomass and waste
||Dr Ioanna Dimitriou
|Encompass novel processing techniques using microwave technologies
||Dr John Robinson
|Fossil energy technologies, carbon capture, biomass conversion and hydrothermal carbonisation
||Professor Colin Snape
|Catalysis and energy conversion, carbon capture technologies and related advanced gas clean-up systems
||Dr Chenggong Sun
|Solar façade (Smart Window, PV, Concentrating PV, Transparent Insulation Materials etc.), Thermal Energy Storage, District Heating System, Building energy simulation, Integration of renewable/cleaner fossil energy systems into buildings and built environment
||Dr Yupeng Wu
|Petroleum geochemistry, oil biodegradation, analytical pyrolysis, biomass conversion, isolation and quantification of pyrogenic carbon & biochar
||Dr Will Meredith
|Use of sustainable feedstocks, bioenergy and biochemical production, oil/solid separation processes and microwave heating technologies
||Dr John Robinson