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A diverse, world-class team leading research on the transition to a sustainable energy future.
The COMAC Beijing Aircraft Technology Research Institute (BATRI) - Imperial College London research collaboration aims to design innovative commercial aircraft wings.
The Centre delivers on research, modelling, testing and training in advanced composites.
The Lab promotes energy innovation and advanced systemic solutions for a sustainable energy future.
The Flow Control Research Group explores the development of novel methods for controlling fluid flow in a wide variety of applications.
The Institute aims to contribute to world-class research, training and innovation towards effective action on climate change and the environment.
The lab focuses on computational methods for the multidisciplinary analysis, design, optimization, and feedback control of next-generation aeroelastic air vehicles and wind turbines.
The Group seeks to understand turbulent flows and how to use them in various engineering applications.