energy

Closing Date: 

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

This PhD studentship will develop multiscale modelling of multiphase reactive flows in advanced chemical, electrochemical and photocatalytic reaction systems for energy conversion and harvesting wi

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This position is based in Gilmorehill Campus, University of Glasgow. The project is a collaboration between University of Glasgow and University of Edinburgh.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

014847 (University of Glasgow job reference)

Closing Date: 

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Date: 

Monday, September 19, 2016 - 17:30 to 19:00

Location: 

Swann Lecture Theatre, Swann Building, The King's Buildings

Event Contact Name: 

Louise Farquharson

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60 years of Chemical Engineering, University of Edinburgh

A Research Associate position is available in process modelling for energy applications, with a particular focus on improving flexibility and reducing environmental impact of thermal power plants burning biomass and coal. The post will be taken up as soon as possible and is for 18 months in the first instance, but will be extended if follow-on funding is obtained.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

036916

Closing Date: 

Friday, September 2, 2016
Dr Norbert Radacsi

Full Job Title: 

Lecturer in Chemical Engineering

Engineering Discipline: 

  • Chemical Engineering

Research Institute: 

  • Materials and Processes

Email: 

Telephone: 

+44(0)131 6513571

Dr. Norbert Radacsi graduated in physics from the University of Debrecen in 2006. Then he volunteered to the Hungarian Defence Forces, where he served as a military pilot for 2 years.

Closing Date: 

Sunday, December 31, 2017

Heavy ions of high speed play an important role in medical therapy, particularly for cancers.

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Date: 

Monday, September 14, 2015 - 13:00 to 14:00

Location: 

LT1, Sanderson Building

Event Contact Name: 

Prashant Valluri

Event Contact Email: 

Dr. Matthew Panzer

Prof Ying Zheng's research focuses on the development of catalytic systems for energy efficiency of industrial processes and for biomass energy utilisation.

This project concerns optimisation of petroleum coke. Delayed coking is a refinery unit operation that converts the bottom of the barrel into higher-value distillates. The major advantages are the relatively low investment cost versus the gain in value, the simplicity of the technology, and the combined emission control features.

Date: 

Monday, October 20, 2014 - 13:00 to 14:00

Location: 

Seminar room 3.01, Alexander Graham Bell building, King's Buildings

Event Contact Name: 

Martyn McLaggan

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Date: 

Monday, September 22, 2014 - 13:00 to 14:00

Location: 

Seminar room 3.01, Alexander Graham Bell building, King's Buildings

Event Contact Name: 

Martyn McLaggan

Event Contact Email: 

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