Exchange Research Student from France
Project on Machine Learningin Summer 2018.
ETP funded Research Student
Industrial Project on Energyin 2018.
Dr. Selcuk Atalay
works on the EPSRC funded project
Transport and Reactions in Complex Heterogeneous Multiphase Systemsin July 2017.
Selcuk obtained his Ph.D. degree at the Institute of Micro/Nano Technology Laboratory in Aerospace Engineering in Old Dominion University, U.S.A in 2014. Now, he is working on the finite element implementation of transport and chemical reaction models to be solved for complex heterogeneous systems such as lithium-ion batteries based on mathematical, physical and thermodynamic principles. This project is funded by EPSRC and Heriot-Watt University. His research interests are electrochemistry, transport phenomena, electrokinetics, fluid mechanics and applied mathematics in nanoscale systems.
Ms Jeta Molla
will start her PhD project associated with the EPSRC fundend project
Transport and Reactions in Complex Heterogeneous Multiphase Systems,in October 2017.
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