Sustainable technologies, processing and remediation

Key people and labs

  1. Prof Paul Webley

    Research interests:
    Carbon Capture Technology; Hydrogen Energy and Production Technologies; Nanomaterials for Adsorption and Catalysis; Physical Chemistry of Materials; Separation Science and Technology

    Webley Group Algal Processing Group

  2. Assoc Prof Kathryn Mumford

    Research interests:
    Separations processes, specifically ion exchange; Solvent absorption; Solvent extraction technologies
  3. Prof Amanda Ellis

    Research interests:
    DNA nanotechnology; Design and chemical modification of 2D and 3D surfaces; Graphene and carbon nanotubes; Membranes and biofilms; Polymers; Repurposing agricultural waste

    Ellis Group

  4. Dr Kevin (Gang) Li

    Research interests:
    Natural gas purification, carbon capture, waste utilization, coal mine gas recovery, adsorption (zeolites, C1 catalysis, process design, microporous materials)
  5. Prof Peter Scales

    Research interests:
    Compressive and shear rheology; Electrokinetics; Flocculation (Aggregate structure); Hydrometallurgy and nanoparticle synthesis and dispersion; Particulate flow and particulate (colloidal) interfacial phenomena (Rheology); Separations using thickening, filtration and centrifugation; Water and waste water processing (Membrane fouling); Water quality and recycle
  6. Dr Eirini Goudeli

    Research interests:
    Aerosol Particle Technology

    Aerosol Particle Technology

  7. Prof Sandra Kentish

    Research interests:
    Carbon capture and storage; Dairy processing; Membrane Technology (Carbon Capture, Water Treatment, desalination); Separations technology; Sonoprocessing (Ultrasound); Water recycling
  8. Dr Colin Scholes

    Research interests:
    Separation Technology (Membrane)
  9. Dr Anthony Stickland

    Research interests:
    Solid-Liquid Separation; Suspension Rheology
  10. Prof Dan Li

    Research interests:
    Colloidal processing of advanced materials; Electrochemical energy materials and devices (eg: supercapacitors, batteries and fuel cells); Flexible electronics; Graphene-based materials and related atomically thin materials; Materials systems engineering; Nanoionics and nanofluidics; New ion separation technologies such as capacitive deionization
  11. Prof George Franks

    Research interests:
    Materials, Ceramic Powder Processing, Mineral Processing, Flotation and Flocculation, Colloids, Surface Chemistry, Rheology, Suspensions

    Ceramics and Minerals Processing Group