We have 19 University of Strathclyde, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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University of Strathclyde, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 19 University of Strathclyde, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Hydrogen production from electrolysis of waste biomass

Established water electrolysis technologies rely on valuable high-purity water which adds significant demand pressure to worldwide resources needed for drinking water, irrigation and sanitation. Read more

The automated construction of thermodynamic models for complex mixtures

Process design requires accurate and reliable thermodynamic data for multicomponent mixtures in the system over a wide range conditions (e.g., solvents, impurity concentrations, temperatures, pressures) which are often missing, especially for new compounds. Read more

Predicting drug solubility in different solvents using molecular simulation and machine learning

Predicting the solubility of complex drug-like molecules is crucial at several stages of the drug discovery and manufacture. In particular, solvent selection has been highlighted as a crucial step in process design and optimisation [1]. Read more

Foam improved oil recovery

Typically in oil and gas production, only a small fraction of the oil present manages to flow out of an oil reservoir under the reservoir’s own pressure. Read more

Foam Hadron Collider

Microfluidic devices involving small droplets or bubbles flowing along narrow channels are becoming increasingly important, not least in the context Covid-19 testing. Read more

Solvent reuse to support sustainable pharmaceutical manufacturing

This project aims to develop and demonstrate solvent recycling methodologies which can be applied within individual process stage during advanced continuous pharmaceutical synthesis and active pharmaceutical ingredient isolation. Read more

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