Imperial College London

Fraser Wigley

Central FacultyEstates Division

Building Manager
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 8940f.wigley

 
 
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Location

 

G04Sir Alexander Fleming BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Fraser Wigley is a Building Manager, looking after several buildings on the South Kensington campus: Dyson, Observatory, Royal College of Science (RCS1), Sir Alexander Fleming (SAF), Chemistry, Sir Ernst Chain (SEC, previously Biochemistry) and Flowers.
He graduated in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge and has worked on a wide range of coal and ceramic-related projects in the Department of Materials at Imperial. After a number of years managing large research projects, acting as user coordinator for building refurbishments and similar activities within the Department of Materials, Fraser became the Head of Technical Support for three academic departments (Bioengineering, Earth Science and Engineering, and Materials) where he led a team of about 25 support staff across three academic departments, as well as teaching and having research interests.

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Invited Lectures and Presentations

  • Perspectives on Co-combustion (IEA Clean Coal Centre Workshop), Cardiff, 2008
  • Oxy-Fuel Combustion: Opportunities and Challenges (IoP), Leeds, 2008
  • Bioenergy Research Forum, Birmingham, 2007
  • IEA/ThermalNet, Glasgow, 2006
  • Biomass supply and co-utilisation in large UK power plant (DTI Technology Programme seminar), 2005

Other Significant Activities

Conference co-organiser, Impacts of fuel quality on power production and the environment (Puchberg, Austria, 2012)

Conference co-organiser, Impacts of fuel quality on power production and the environment (Saariselka, Finland, 2010)

Member of Technical Programme Committee, 1st International Oxyfuel Conference (Cottbus, Germany, 2009)

Conference co-organiser, Impacts of fuel quality on power production and the environment (Banff, Canada, 2008)

Conference co-chair, Impacts of fuel quality on power production (Snowbird, USA, 2006)

Conference co-chair, Power production in the 21st century: Impacts of fuel quality and operations (Snowbird, USA, 2001)

Publications

Journals

Lee B, Wigley F, 2008, Turning the heat on, Materials World, Vol:16, ISSN:0967-8638, Pages:24-25

Conference

Wigley F, Williamson J, Malmgren A, et al., The impact of biomass co-firing on coal ash deposition in utility boilers, 2007 International Conference on Coal Science and Technology, The University of Nottingham

Chalmers H, Al-Jeboori M, Anthony B, et al., 2014, OxyCAP UK: Oxyfuel Combustion - Academic Programme for the UK, 12th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT), ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, Pages:504-510, ISSN:1876-6102

Wigley F, Williamson J, Malmgren A, et al., 2007, Ash deposition at higher levels of coal replacement by biomass, Impacts of Fuel Quality on Power Production, EPRI

Wigley F, Williamson J, Riley GS, 2007, Characterisation of rig deposits from coal-biomass combustion, Impacts of Fuel Quality on Power Production, EPRI

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