Multiscale Thermofluids

Institute for Multiscale Thermofluids (IMT) at the School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh

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Academic

Engineering Discipline: 

  • Electronics and Electrical Engineering

Research Institute: 

  • Multiscale Thermofluids

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After completing and access course with the Open University as a mature student I studied for my BSc(Hons) in Physics with Astrophysics at Nottingham Trent University.

Dr Wang Han

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Lecturer in Multiphase and Reactive Flows

Engineering Discipline: 

  • Mechanical Engineering

Research Institute: 

  • Multiscale Thermofluids

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+44(0)131 66505731

Jointly trained at The University of Michigan and Peking University, Dr. Han obtained his Ph.D. degree in Fluid Mechanics from Peking University in 2017.

The School’s Dr Timm Krüger is seeking to improve our understanding of ‘placental insufficiency’ through a new three-year project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), which will investigate the role of placental structure, blood flow and nutrient transport in pre-eclampsia and foetal growth restriction. Pre-term and stillbirths affect up to 10% of all deliveries, including in developed countries such as the UK. 

The simulation of red blood cells flowing through a capillary network (Image courtesy of Qi 'Charles' Zhou)

We are delighted to present our plans to create a new Maker Space within the School of Engineering for our students. Our vision is to provide a creative and functional space where students can practise, create and innovate. MakerSpace@Eng will be a place for our students to grow and learn in a stimulating, bespoke environment, engaging in hands-on projects where they will have the opportunity to bring their learning to life and transform ideas into three-dimensional reality.

Computer generated representative image of the MakerSpace@Eng

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