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We have 33 University of Strathclyde Chemical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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University of Strathclyde Chemical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 33 University of Strathclyde Chemical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

In-line process monitoring for microalgae cultivation

Phototrophic microorganisms that convert carbon dioxide are being explored for their capacity to solve different environmental issues and produce bioactive compounds for human therapeutics and as food additives. Read more

Cryogenic processes for CO2 Capture

The aim of the project is to simulate cryogenic processes for CO2 capture from a variety of mixtures and to experimentally verify and optimise the technological solutions. Read more

Metal-based nanocomposites hyper-activity in heterogeneous non-catalytic and catalytic reactions

This project aims to demonstrate that certain efficiency limits and conventional rules of stoichiometry can be broken and engineered to deliver cost-effective solutions for current challenges in water reclamation and environmental remediation. Read more

Sustainable Carbon Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Energy Conversion in Hydrogen Fuel Cells

The Hydrogen Economy will help to shift society away from fossil fuels and contribute to decarbonisation. Electrochemical processes are at the heart of the hydrogen economy providing a means to convert renewable energy into green hydrogen via electrolysis or converting hydrogen into electrical power using fuel cells. Read more

Nanocellulose as a Sustainable Electrolyte for Electrochemical Energy Conversion

The Hydrogen Economy will help to shift society away from fossil fuels and contribute to decarbonisation. Polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis (PEMWE) can convert renewable energy into green hydrogen, whilst polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) convert hydrogen into electrical power. Read more

Modelling exsolution: materials design for sustainable energy

One of the primary challenges for the global community is the supply of plentiful and affordable energy, moving the world away from dependence on fossil fuels by providing green alternatives. Read more

Creating the ethical chemical engineer: pedagogy and practice of teaching ethics in Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineering will be critical to countering many global threats over thee next decades, in particular climate change, but also challenges in public health, resource sustainability, innovation in manufacturing, and secure food and energy supplies. Read more

Design and control of nanoparticle structuring and self-organisation

Nature forms many materials which possess intricate structures on length scales from nanometres to many microns, which are important in applications ranging from biological systems to porous materials for energy storage. Read more

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