Microreactor for energy and carbon conversion
Microreactor technology has wide application in the field of energy and carbon conversion. The PhD project will involve microreactor system setup, numerical simulation as well as understanding of microscale transfer-reaction interactions. Target applications include carbon capture and utilization (e.g. converting CO2 emission into fuel and product) and renewable energy storage and conversion (e.g. biomass conversion, fuel cells, etc.).
A first or upper second class Degree or Masters in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Material or related areas at Upper Second Class or equivalent.
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(joint submission with University of Edinburgh)
FTE Category A staff submitted: 108.84
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