Hollow Fibre-based Adsorption Units: The Key to Low Carbon Transport

Hollow Fibre-based Adsorption Units: The Key to Low Carbon Transport

Academic Posters

In the Academic Posters, Collette Larkin, PhD Researcher, The University of Edinburgh & Repsol, presented her poster entitled “Hollow Fibre-based Adsorption Units: The Key to Low Carbon Transport”.

Collette Larkin, PhD Researcher, The University of Edinburgh & Repsol

Collette is a Chemical Engineering PhD researcher at the University of Edinburgh. In partnership with Repsol, Collette’s research focuses on decarbonising transport through the development of hollow fibre-based adsorption systems for on-board carbon capture. Collette graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2019 with an MEng degree in Chemical Engineering where her interest in emission control first began.

Before starting her PhD, Collette worked at Arup as a Graduate Fire Engineer. Her experience at Arup fuelled her passion for shaping a better world and with her research, Collette aims to provide a feasible solution to low carbon transport.

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