Imperial College London

DrMarcosMillan-Agorio

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Chemical Engineering

Reader in Chemical Engineering
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 1633marcos.millan

 
 
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Assistant

 

Mrs Sarah Payne +44 (0)20 7594 5567

 
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Location

 

501Roderic Hill BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Course/Module

Supervisor, Reactor Design Project. (Undergraduate)

Process Heat Transfer - CENG97016

Aims

The course is taught for one term and is structured in 10 sessions, each 3-hour long, during the Spring term and a revision lecture in the Summer term. Each session typically focuses on one type of heat exchanger with worked examples to illustrate the calculation procedures presented. Additional problems and their solutions will be available on BlackBoard. Two practical sessions are dedicated to the development of heat-exchanger models using COMSOL Multiphysics software.
 

Lecturers: Dr. Ronny Pini (module coordinator) and Dr. Marcos Millan-Agorio Teaching Assistant (COMSOL): Anna-Maria Eckel

 

Role

Course Leader

Nuclear Chemical Engineering - CENG97031

Aims

This module aims to introduce the chemical engineering aspects related to the Nuclear industry and especially the nuclear fuel cycle. Through reading, lectures, problem solving and class debates, students will gain a broad understanding of the nuclear fuel cycle and be able to work through problems related to mass and energy balances in the nuclear fuel cycle.

Role

Lecturer

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

Advanced Chemical Engineering Design Practice Final Year Design - CENG97006

Aims

The Design Project has the objective of giving students experience of advanced design practice by carrying out a complex design task in as realistic a way as possible. The desired learning outcomes include producing a comprehensive design in response to an open-ended brief, while working in a large team, under realistic time pressure and on the basis of limited information.

The main aims of the Design Project are to help students:

develop skills in complex design problem-solving including technical, safety, environmental and economic aspects

develop skills in the effective management of work and decision making in large groups

develop skills in the presentation (oral and written) of complex techno-economic results

Role

Lecturer

Bioenergy - SEF06

Aims

• To develop an understanding of the range of issues associated with biorenewables
(bio-energy, bio-chemicals and bio-materials), production and use.
 
• To be exposed to a wide range of conventional, advanced and emerging technological
options for the production, pre-conversion, conversion and end use of biomass.
 
• To acquire the skills needed to evaluate the impacts and opportunities (environmental, economic and social) for deploying biorenewables for climate mitigation and adaptation, energy security and rural development.
 
• To develop the skills required to identify sustainable solutions for the exploitation of the biosphere for ecosystem and human services relevant to bioenergy.
 
• To provide an introduction to specialist study opportunities and industrial applications in the field of bio-energy.

Role

Lecturer