Imperial College London

Dr Rupert J. Myers

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Materials Engineering
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 8174r.myers Website

 
 
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Location

 

Skempton BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Rupert J. Myers is Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Materials Engineering at Imperial College London.

He has worked across various engineering/science disciplines and locations, from Australia (Uni. of Melbourne), to the United States (UC Berkeley, Yale, MIT), and to Europe (EMPA, Uni. of Edinburgh, ICL).

Rupert's research and teaching focuses on driving reductions in environmental impacts and the development of sustainable engineering practice. He specifically targets construction materials that are hugely important to society, notably cementitious materials (cement, concrete, etc.), and the services/products that they provide, e.g., shelter/buildings, infrastructure, and cities.

Outstanding prospective PhD students and postdocs that are passionate about sustainability, science/engineering, and materials are encouraged to get in touch by email with their CV attached. PhD projects are continually available, on topics shown here and listed below:

  • Modelling use of materials and energy throughout society and related scenario/policy analysis, e.g., to identify environmentally beneficial technologies (industrial ecology, data engineering)
  • Using thermodynamics to fundamentally understand environmentally beneficial/harmful materials, e.g., properties of cement binders with low CO2 emissions, persistence of toxic chemicals (materials science, chemistry)
  • Assessment and characterisation of natural and anthropogenic resources for environmentally beneficial use, e.g., industrial by-products (industrial ecology, materials science)

Rupert is available for consultancy and public/media engagement on the topics above and related areas, such as industrial decarbonisation, circular economy, sustainable construction, novel construction materials, low carbon cement and concrete, etc.

Publications

Journals

Morley JD, Myers RJ, Plancherel Y, et al., 2022, Retraction: Morley et al. A Database for the Extraction, Trade, and Use of Sand and Gravel. Resources 2022, 11, 38, Resources, Vol:11, Pages:50-50

Morley JD, Myers RJ, Plancherel Y, et al., 2022, A Database for the Extraction, Trade, and Use of Sand and Gravel, Resources-basel, Vol:11

Arora M, Shinde AM, Yadav V, et al., 2021, Ramifications of Indian vehicle scrapping policy across the mobility sector, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, Vol:174, ISSN:0921-3449, Pages:1-2

Miller SA, Habert G, Myers RJ, et al., 2021, Achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions in the cement industry via value chain mitigation strategies, One Earth, Vol:4, ISSN:2590-3330, Pages:1398-1411

Mijic A, Whyte J, Myers R, et al., 2021, Reply to a discussion of 'a research agenda on systems approaches to infrastructure' by david elms, Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, Vol:38, ISSN:1028-6608, Pages:295-297

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