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

To induce in the recipients an awareness of the many and varied problems of process heat transfer .

To provide students with an opportunity of direct  experience of doing process heat transfer calculations so that they can understand the bases of the procedures and be able to make a critical assessment of commercial codes once they are using these in an industrial environment.

 

Role

Course Leader

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

CENG40003 First Year Design Project - CE1-03-1

Aims

In the first-year Design course, we introduce students to problem solving and group work, both of which figure in the activities of a professional engineer.  This is achieved by introducing students to the different type of problems they are likely to encounter.

Our aims are to make students better able to: 

 define problems and responsibilities; 

 distinguish between different sorts of problems; 

 deal with design problems for which there are many solutions by identifying the data needed to tackle the problem, and generating, evaluating and presenting solutions; 

 work as a member of a group by contributing effectively, sharing work and involving all members of a team. 

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

Nuclear Chemical Engineering - CENG97031

Aims

This is one of 5 elective courses being offered in the nuclear power area as part of a collaborative activity between the Departments of Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Materials. Starting in the third year, students can take all 5 electives as part of qualification for a combined degree in Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, or Chemical and Nuclear Engineering or Materials and Nuclear Engineering. Information on these degree courses is given in a separate brochure (http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/chemicalengineering/courses/undergraduate/coursedetails/nuclearengineering)  

Each of the courses is offered as a stand-alone elective and one or more of the electives can be taken without proceeding to the full set of options for the combined degrees.

The overall aim of the Introduction to Nuclear Chemical Engineering course is to give students a wide knowledge of the chemical and chemical engineering processes associated with the production of nuclear fuel, the operation of nuclear reactors and the processing of nuclear waste. 

Role

Lecturer