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Researcher Details
Name: Professor GS Walker
Organisation: University of Nottingham
Department: Faculty of Engineering
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Combustion Energy - Marine & Hydropower
Energy Efficiency Fluid Dynamics
Fuel Cell Technologies Materials Characterisation
Materials Synthesis & Growth Reactor Engineering
Sustainable Energy Networks Sustainable Energy Vectors
Wind Power

Current EPSRC Support
EP/W016656/1 Decarbonised Clean Marine: Green Ammonia Thermal Propulsion (MariNH3)(C)
EP/W005131/1 Ocean-REFuel - Ocean Renewable Energy Fuels(P)
EP/V042556/1 Decarbonisation Of Food Cold Chain Through Integrated Hydrogen Technologies(C)
EP/V008145/1 The Green Ammonia Demonstrator - a National Net-Zero Project(C)
EP/S023909/1 EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Hydrogen - SusHy(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/T025522/1 Sustainable Heavy Duty Truck, Marine and Rail Transport(C)
EP/R00143X/1 Thermally-driven solar air conditioning (TSAC)(C)
EP/P003435/1 nano-Structured PCM Composites for Compact Space Heating: n-CoSH(C)
EP/N509851/1 TANK(C)
EP/K036297/1 Intelligent MicroGrids with Appropriate Storage for Energy (IMASE)(P)
EP/L015749/1 EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Fuel Cells and their Fuels - Clean Power for the 21st Century(C)
EP/K021117/1 Engineering Safe and Efficient Hydride-Based Technologies(C)
EP/J000345/2 Development and Integration of Biomass and Concentrating Photovoltaic System for Rural and Urban Energy Bridge: BioCPV(C)
EP/K003941/1 Building Global Engagements at the University of Nottingham(C)
EP/J000345/1 Development and Integration of Biomass and Concentrating Photovoltaic System for Rural and Urban Energy Bridge: BioCPV(C)
EP/F02911X/1 Platform: Textile Composites - Engineering Science and its Applications(C)
EP/F061919/1 Designing Novel High Capacity Multicomponent Hydrides for Near-Ambient Solid State Hydrogen Stores(P)
EP/F01001X/1 Challenges and Opportunities for the UK in Moving Towards a Low-Carbon Future(P)
EP/E040071/1 United Kingdom Sustainable Hydrogen Energy Consortium (UK-SHEC) CORE PROGRAMME(C)
EP/E001904/1 Nottingham Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre(C)
GR/T18578/01 PLATFORM: Processing and performance of textile composites(C)
GR/S26965/01 UK Sustainable Hydrogen Energy Consortium(C)
GR/S31259/01 Overseas Travel and RA support in connection with the establishment of a strong UK contribution to a FW6 Network of Excellence in Hydrogen Storage(C)
GR/R80605/01 Processing Recycled Carbon Fibre for High Grade Applications(C)
GR/R47851/01 Characterisation of Surfaces, Thin Film and Nanometre Scale Structures by X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy(C)
GR/R50721/01 Enhancing the Hydrogen Storage Capacity of Carbon Nanofibres(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator