University of Bath

Seminar: Energy storage and generation - a South African perspective

Professor Kenneth Ozoemena, currently visiting Bath from the University of the Witwatersrand, will give a seminar on Thursday 16 May.

16 May 20191.15pm
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16 May 20192.15pm
Free

In EPSRC funded work and in collaboration with Dr Laura Torrente Murciano, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge and Dr Kate Black, School of Engineering, University of Liverpool, Dr Elena Madrid and Professor Frank Marken develop 'indirect fuel cells' with a hydrogen transport membrane separating the energy generating catalysis reaction from the electricity generating reaction.

With support from the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), the new collaboration with Professor Ozoemena aims at developing new processes and devices for converting ethanol to electricity.