Catalytic Hollow Fibre-Based Converters: the Key to a Nitrogen-based Fuel Economy

Catalytic Hollow Fibre-Based Converters: the Key to a Nitrogen-based Fuel Economy

Academic Posters

In the Academic Posters, Claire Leishman, PhD Candidate, University of Edinburgh, presented her poster entitled “Catalytic Hollow Fibre-Based Converters: the Key to a Nitrogen-based Fuel Economy”.

Claire Leishman, PhD Candidate, University of Edinburgh

I am a first year PhD candidate within the Chemical Engineering department at the University of Edinburgh. My PhD research lies in the area of gas-phase heterogeneous catalysis and material science, and thereby spans the interface between Chemical Engineering and Chemistry. Specifically, my research focuses on the development of NOx emission control technologies, which would facilitate the transition towards carbon-free fuels such as green ammonia.

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