- Electrochemical energy conversion
- Water splitting & CO2 reduction
- Experimental characterisation of semiconductor | electrolyte interfaces
- Micro-kinetic modelling of (photo-)electrochemical processes
- Design, characterisation and modelling of scaled (photo-)electrochemical reactor systems
- Metal recovery by electrodeposition
- CO2 utilisation
Hi! I’m a 3rd year PhD student funded by the Chemical Engineering Department here at Imperial College. I also completed an MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering at the department in 2016. Currently, I’m investigating the corrosion of steel in aqueous amine systems for post combustion carbon capture. My work is particularly focused on the varied behaviour which steel alloys exhibit when exposed to different amine types in CO2-aqueous environments.
Hi! I am a 2nd year PhD student at Imperial College London and funded by Chinese Government scholarship. I received my bachelor's degree in Tianjin University, China, and then completed my master's degree at Imperial (MSc chemical engineering ) in 2017. My PhD project focuses on processes for recovery and re-use of materials from end-of life lithium batteries.
Jatuporn (Nahmkang) Banjong
Greetings everyone! I am currently a 2nd year PhD student at the Department of Chemical Engineering and my study is funded by the Royal Thai Government scholarship. My research project involves using a state-of-the-art 3D inkjet printing machine to fabricate components for an electrolyser, a device used to produce hydrogen by electrochemical water splitting. Before coming to Imperial, I received an MEng degree in Chemical Engineering from King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand.
MSc / MRes Students
Connor Donovan - 'Moving towards the low-cost solar generation of H2 fuel - can metal oxide heterojunctions make this a reality?' - MRes in Catalysis: Chemistry and Engineering, Department of Chemistry - co-supervised by Dr Andreas Kafizas (Chemistry).
Gian Bains - 'A mechanistic study into the electrochemical stability of deep eutectic solvents' - MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering - co-supervised by Dr Sze-yin Tan (Chemical Engineering).