Imperial College London

Prof Amparo Galindo

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Chemical Engineering

Co-Director Institute for Molecular Science and Engineering



+44 (0)20 7594 5606a.galindo




604Roderic Hill BuildingSouth Kensington Campus





Teacher, 1st year Thermodynamics course tutorials. (Undergraduate)

Teacher, 2nd year Fluid Flow I Laboratory Theme. (Undergraduate)

Supervisor, 4th year and MSc research Projects. (Undergraduate)

Teacher, 4th year elective course ('Introduction to modelling the phase equilibria of fluids'). (Undergraduate)

Molecular Modelling of Fluids - CENG97037


 The goal of this course is to provide students with the background and skills needed to appreciate and understand the application of molecular theory and simulation in modelling fluids and fluid mixtures. Some of the theoretical fundamentals (statistical thermodynamics, distribution functions, perturbation theories) and modern computational methods (Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics) will be developed in lectures and applied in a number of case studies to be carried out during the timetabled sessions.

The specific objectives of the course include:

•          An understanding of the basis of statistical thermodynamics as applied
            to fluid systems.

•          The development of the statistical associating fluid theory (SAFT) as an
            advanced molecular-based equation of state for the thermodynamic   properties of complex fluid mixtures.

•          An understanding of the modelling of fluid phase equilibria of mixtures
            with equations of state.

•          An exploration of the role of modern molecular-simulation techniques in
            modelling the thermodynamic, structural and dynamical properties of fluids


Lecturers: Prof. Amparo Galindo (AG); Dr. Andrew J. Haslam (AJH); Prof. Erich A. Müller (EAM).



Thermodynamics 2 - CENG95009


This module presents students with a thermodynamic description of mixtures in the liquid, vapour and solid phases in order for them to understand the factors that affect (a) phase equilibria and (b) chemical reaction equilibria. 


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