Applicants require a 2:1 or higher MEng Honours degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, Physics or in a related subject area. Proven experience with experimental work is essential; previous work in membrane characterization and/or paste rheology would be an advantage. The project is funded by the Leverhulme Trust. Enquiries to Dr Alexiadis, [email protected]
 Taylor L., Alberini F., Meyer M., Alexiadis A. (2018) Study of the rheological properties of water and Martian soil simulant mixtures for engineering applications on the red planet, Advances in Space Research 61:6 1490–1500
 Xu M., He Y., Wang C., He X., He X., Liu J, Cui X. (2015) Preparation and characterization of a self-supporting inorganic membrane based on metakaolin-based geopolymers, Applied Clay Science 115:254–259
 Minelli M., Medri V., Papa, E., Landi E., Doghieri F. (2016) Geopolymers as solid adsorbent for CO2 capture, Chemical Engineering Science 148:267–274
 Alexiadis A., Alberini F., Meyer M. E. (2017) Geopolymers from lunar and Martian soil simulants, Advances in Space Research 59: 490–495.  Alexiadis A. (2015) A new framework for modelling the dynamics and the breakage of capsules, vesicles and cells in fluid flow, Procedia UTAM 16:80-88.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 32.50
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