Imperial College London

DrAdamHawkes

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Chemical Engineering

Reader in Energy Systems
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 9300a.hawkes

 
 
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Assistant

 

Ms Quasirat Hasnat +44 (0)20 7594 7250

 
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Location

 

C502Roderic Hill BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Course/Module

Supervisor, MSc in Environmental Technology. (Postgraduate)

Supervisor, MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures. (Postgraduate)

Business for Engineers 2: Economic Evaluation of Projects - CENG95012

Aims

Course Aims

To provide students with the methods needed to evaluate the economic profitability and desirability of a project and (where relevant) its social utility.

To provide students with the understanding to interpret corporate annual reports, including accounting information (balance sheets).

To enable skills development in group-based creativity, business plan generation and proposal presentation.

To provide students with an awareness of marketing issues in promoting a product / project.

 

Role

Course Leader

Techno-Economic Project - CENG96007

Aims

The course is designed to allow the students to research and utilise incomplete information, together with basic chemical engineering skills and economic analysis, to estimate both the existing environmental impact (in terms of GHG emissions) of a process/sector, and estimate the possible reduction in such emissions over time.  They also apply environmental engineering skills to consider the further environmental impacts of any change in process/sector that they are recommending.  Risk analysis based on current and potential future legislation and commodity prices is also undertaken.

The main aims of the course are to teach students to conduct research about sectors, processes, and legislation, to estimate engineering and economic parameters in a real-world setting, and to make projections into the future based on such information.  

The Capistan challenge is also undertaken alongside TEP, in collaboration with Shell.  It demonstrates a complex negotiation process in the context of an engineering development, where trade-offs between environmental, economic and political issues need to be agreed. 

 

Role

Course Leader

CENG40003 Foundation Laboratory - CE1-03-2

Aims

The aim of the Foundation Lab is for students to acquire and develop essential skills in manipulating apparatus, making measurements and analysing data.  Students will also be trained to keep accurate records.  Particular emphasis is placed on safe working in the laboratory.

Role

Lecturer

Energy Economics & Policy - SEF03

Aims

· To introduce students with engineering and physical science backgrounds to a selection of the key issues in energy economics and policy, emphasising how these topics must be considered closely with technology development initiatives.

· To develop a general foundation in energy economics and policy that allows students to engage effectively with the literature, so they can explore areas that it is not possible to develop within the limited time frame of the course.

· To develop skills in synthesis and critical analysis as applied to the energy literature, to a level appropriate for a beginning researcher in this area.

· To develop elementary skills in writing technical reports, that can be built on in later components of the MSc.

Role

Lecturer