Edinburgh Electrochemical Engineering Group, School of Engineering, The University of Edinburgh

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Check back here regularly to find out what's going on with the Edinburgh Electrochemical Engineering Group!

22 December 2018

Dr Tudela-Montes participates in UK-China Workshop on the Electrification of Road Transport

Ignacio Tudela-Montes attended the UK-China Workshop on the Electrification of Road Transport - WERT18 held in Tianjin (China) on the 17th-20th of December. The workshop, funded by the Newton Fund (British Council) and the National Natural Science foundation of China and organised by Tianjin University, Heriot-Watt University and Loughborough University, brought together China and UK researchers in different discipline areas to discuss the electric revolution for zero-emission road transport in response to the challenges pressed on the automotive industries to deliver zero-emission road transport technologies

As part of the workshop activities, Ignacio gave a presentation titled "Electrochemical Engineering for Road Transport: A land of challenges... and opportunities". He also participated as an expert panellist in a open discussion session about prospects of internal combustion engines, batteries and fuel cells in road transport.

19 November 2018

First details of the 2019 Butler meeting confirmed!

First details of the Royal Society of Chemistry's 2019 Scotland and North of England Electrochemistry Symposium, have been published online. The 2019 Butler meeting will be held at The University of Edinburgh's King's Buildings on the 9th of April 2019.

The opening plenary speaker will be Prof Kevin Sivula, Head of the Laboratory for Molecular Engineering of Optoelectronic Nanomaterials (LIMNO) at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland. 

The deadline for submission of oral and poster abstracts is the 15th February and 1st March, respectively. Deadline for registration is the 22nd March 2019. Please click here for more information

18 November 2018

Davide Masiello presents at the 71st Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics

Davide Masiello, PhD student working with Dr Prashant Valluri and

Dr Ignacio Tudela-Montes on low-frequency bubble dynamics, has presented part of his PhD research at 71st Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics held in Atlanta (USA) on the 18-20 November. His presentation, titled "Dynamics of a single gas bubble under forced acoustic oscillations of very low frequency", theoretically explores whether cavitation at lower frequencies (<20 kHz) can induce chemical reactions.

10 November 2018

e3Group's website goes live!

The new research team in the School of Engineering, the Edinburgh Electrochemical Engineering group - e3Group, launches its website!

 

Please check www.edinburghelectrochemicalengineering.com regularly to find what the e3Group is up to and hear about any potential opportunities to collaborate with us!

19 September 2018

2019 Butler meeting to take place in Edinburgh

During Electrochem 2018 conference held at Lancaster University, it was confirmed that the Royal Society of Chemistry's 2019 Scotland and North of England Electrochemistry Symposium, also known as the Butler Meeting, will be held at The University of Edinburgh's King's Buildings. The meeting, organised by Dr Tudela-Montes and other members of both School of Engineering and School of Chemistry, will has take place in Spring 2019. The one-day symposium, sponsored by the RSC's Electrochemistry Group, will enable PhD students and PDRAs from across Scotland and the North of England to meet with their peers and present their research in any field related to Fundamental and Applied Electrochemistry. More news related to this event will be announced soon.

16 July 2018

Dr Ignacio Tudela-Montes joins the University of Edinburgh!

Dr Tudela-Montes has joined the University of Edinburgh dedicating the last 7 years to the development of novel material and manufacturing solutions at Daido Metal Co., Ltd., the global leader in plain bearings and the only one supplying the whole range of internal combustion engines. In Edinburgh, Dr Tudela-Montes will drive forward research in Applied Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering. Being the founding lecturer of Electrochemical Engineering, he will also lead educational activities related to the field.