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Plastic pollution emission factors measurement and modelling for macro-plastic waste

  Research Group: School of Civil Engineering
Plastic pollution is now recognised as one of the major global sustainability challenges of our times. The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) have recently agreed on a landmark resolution for a global treaty to “. Read more

The Non-thermal Emission from Colliding Winds Binaries

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Colliding Winds Binaries are stellar systems containing two (usually massive) stars each with a powerful stellar wind. In systems with O stars or Wolf-Rayet stars, the winds collide at very high speeds (1000-3000 km/s). Read more

Assessing Effect of Carbon Emission Reduction by Integrating Renewable Energy and Spaceborne Observation Technologies

The growth rate of atmospheric CO2 reflects the net effect of emissions and uptake resulting from anthropogenic and natural carbon sources and sinks. The anthropogenic emissions of CO2 are primarily generated by human activities, such as fossil fuel combustion for power and energy generation. Read more

PhD in Engineering Bio-inspired nanophotonic devices to control light emission on-a-chip

Natural systems offer a plethora of geometries and structures that have been optimised by billions of years of evolution. In particular, if we think of plants, flowers and insects, we can find examples of ingenious ways to create colours and to enhance the light-matter interaction, by reflecting and absorbing light. Read more

Luminescent Liquid Crystals

Background. Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) represent a highly competitive, flat-panel display technology that is increasingly penetrating the market once dominated by liquid crystal displays. Read more

Understanding carrier dynamics in CuInZnS3 quantum dots toward high-performance indoor photovoltaics

  Research Group: Condensed Matter and Photonics
CuInZnS3 quantum dots (CIZS QDs) is a non-toxic and phosphide free material which has a significant potential to be used in wearable PVs and indoor PVs [1,2]. Read more

Nanomaterials as White Light Emitters for Low Cost Lighting

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
White-light emission (WLE) from semiconductor nanostructures is presently a research area of intense interest especially where the primary objective is to replace conventional light sources by environmentally friendly materials in order to minimize energy costs and therefore the global energy consumption for lighting. Read more

Pilot plant experimental work - 250 kW PACT facility - zero emission strategies - coal- biomass and bio-CCS

Fossil fuel will remain a significant contributor to power generation around the world as countries develop and realise their economic and social potentials through industrial growth and increase in people’s standard of living. Read more

Simulation, optimization and control of fluid catalytic cracking unit for CO2 minimization

  Research Group: Mechanical and Process Engineering
The simulation model of Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) unit and many other refinery processes maximise the yields of fuels such as gasoline, diesel, propylene and minimise the yields of CO2. Read more

Duality methods in Bayesian inference for hidden Markov models

Abstract. The project deals with Bayesian inference on the trajectory of a diffusion process or on the parameters that characterize its drift and volatility, under the assumption of a hidden Markov model framework with noisy data collection. Read more

Do magnetic fields matter when it comes to star cluster formation?

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
Stars are the candles of the Universe, they light up every single galaxy allowing us to study their structure across the cosmos. Despite their importance, there are still many aspects of the star formation process that remain poorly constrained. Read more

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