Our cohort of IMI secondees are working on research projects which span the modelling of black holes to networks in refugee camps.
|Project title||Academic lead||Department|
|Networks in refugee camps||Professor David Coley||Architecture & Civil Engineering|
|Development of a compartmental skin model to predict local bioavailability of actives in complex dermatological products||Dr Begoña Delgado-Charro||Pharmacy & Pharmacology|
|Transmission trees from biological data||Dr Richard James||Physics|
|Spatial and temporal impact assessment: Creating a dynamic life cycle assessment model||Professor Marcelle McManus||Mechanical Engineering|
|Modelling black hole accretion variability||Dr Carolin Villforth||Physics|
|The maths of life and death||Dr Kit Yates||Mathematical Sciences|
'I am seeking to develop a mathematical model that can accurately determine the environmental impacts of products and services throughout their lifetime; both instantaneously and cumulatively, by using a life cycle assessment. I wouldn’t be able to do this work without IMI's help.'
— Professor Marcelle McManus, Department of Mechanical Engineering