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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor D Chadwick
Organisation: Imperial College London
Department: Chemical Engineering
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Catalysis & Applied Catalysis Fuel Cell Technologies
Solar Technology Sustainable Energy Vectors

Current EPSRC Support
EP/N010531/1 Flexible Routes to Liquid Fuels from CO2 by Advanced Catalysis and Engineering(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/K014749/1 Catalytic Routes to Intermediates for Sustainable Processes(P)
EP/I010947/1 Novel Catalytic Membrane Micro-reactors for CO2 Capture via Pre-combustion Decarbonisation Route(P)
EP/E009999/1 DESIGNING GOLD CATALYSTS FOR THE UTILISATION OF BIO-RENEWABLE FEEDSTOCKS(P)
DT/E005691/1 Oxycoal UK(C)
EP/C532538/1 GREEN OXIDATION USING in situ GENERATED HYDROGEN PEROXIDE(P)
GR/R41637/01 Supercritical CO2: Heterogeneous Adsorption and Reaction.(P)
GR/R63943/01 Lanthanide Triflides: Effective Catalysts for Electrophilic Substitution Reactions of Arenes and Alkenes(C)
GR/N06649/01 SELECTIVITY ENHANCEMENT FOR HETEROGENEOUSLY CATALYSED REACTIONS UNDER SLUG FLOW(C)
GR/M87627/01 CATALYTIC ALKENE METATHESIS IN PHARMACEUTICAL SYNTHESIS(C)
GR/M05928/01 DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERNALLY REFORMING SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL MODULE(P)
GR/M47362/01 FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING STUDIES WITH INERTIAL BALANCE(C)
GR/L81970/01 CATALYST CONFIGURATIONS FOR INDIRECT INTERNAL REFORMING OF METHANE IN SOFCS(P)
GR/L82588/01 FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING STUDIES WITH INERTIAL BALANCE(C)
GR/L27008/01 MICROREACTOR SYSTEM FOR STUDIES OF CATALYST PERFORMANCE(P)
GR/K19396/01 ROLE OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS IN COKE FORMATION ON HYDROTREATING CATALYSTS(P)
GR/K02466/01 THE ROLE OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS IN COKE FORMATION ON HYDROTREATING CATALYSTS(C)
GR/E97938/01 PROMOTED MULTICOMPONENT CATALYSTS IN SYNTHESIS GAS REACTIONS:A MULTIDISCIPLINARY INVESTIGATION(P)
GR/E98485/01 PROMOTED MULTICOMPONENT CATALYSTS IN SYNTHESIS GAS REACTIONS:A MULTIDISCIPLINARY INVESTIGATION(C)
GR/D93261/01 OPTIMAL DESIGN OF DYNAMIC EXPERIMENTS FOR THE DISCRIMINATION OF CATALYTIC REACTION MECHANISMS(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator