Chemical And Process Engineering

  • 75 Montrose Street, Level 4, James Weir Building

    Glasgow

    United Kingdom

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Chemical engineering research at Strathclyde stretches across the boundaries of science and engineering; from controlled assembly of nanostructured materials to design of advanced reactors, and from combating global warming with novel energy storage and gas separation technology to understanding protein aggregation in degenerative diseases.

The department’s main research themes, nanostructured materials, biomolecular engineering, and low carbon technology, are described below. These over-arching themes are underpinned by particular strengths in multi-scale modelling, optical diagnostics, and adsorption measurement. Indeed, two-thirds of our research output was rated as world-leading or internationally excellent by the 2008 research assessment exercise.

We have strong links with other engineering and science departments, both within Strathclyde and externally.

Research Themes:

Nanostructured Materials  Key Areas of Research: Development, characterisation, measurement and modelling of novel nanostructured materials.

Biomolecular Engineering  Key Areas of Research: Bioanalytical technologies, biotherapeutics engineering, protein aggregation and assembly.

Low carbon technology  Key areas of research: novel materials and processes related to carbon capture, hydrogen storage, fuel cells and supercapacitors.

Multi-scale modelling  Key areas of research: theory and simulation of interfacial systems, aggregation processes in bulk and at interfaces, colloidal and soft matter, granular material.

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    Projects

    Research Output

    A computational study of the interaction of C2 hydrocarbons with CuBTC

    Afonso, R., Toda, J., Gomes, J. R. B., Fischer, M., Campbell, C. & Jorge, M., 15 Feb 2020, In : Computational Materials Science. 173, 9 p., 109438.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Adsorption selectivity of CO2 over CH4, N2 and H2 in melamine-resorcinol-formaldehyde xerogels

    Principe, I. A. & Fletcher, A. J., 23 Jan 2020, In : Adsorption. 13 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    A polarization-consistent model for alcohols to predict solvation free energies

    Barrera, M. C. & Jorge, M., 23 Mar 2020, In : Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling . 60, 3, p. 1352-1367 16 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    Prizes

    Best Presentation Award

    Christopher Campbell (Recipient), 5 Dec 2016

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

    Converge Challenge 2014

    Yi-Chieh Chen (Recipient), 30 Sep 2014

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

    Activities

    8th International Symposium of Engineering Education (ISEE)2020

    Michael Murray (Chair), Esther Ventura-Medina (Chair)
    9 Jul 202010 Jul 2020

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesOrganiser of major conference

    Wilton Centre, Redcar, Middlesbrough

    Karen Johnston (Visiting researcher)
    12 Mar 2020

    Activity: Visiting an external institution typesVisiting an external organisation

    DuPont Teijin Films

    Karen Johnston (Visiting researcher)
    31 Jan 2020

    Activity: Visiting an external institution typesVisiting an external organisation

    Impacts

    Economic impact through improved product and process development within Carron Phoenix

    Carl Schaschke (Participant)

    Impact: Impact - for External PortalEconomic and commerce, Professional practice, training and standards, Environment and sustainability - natural world and built environment

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