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Dr Abdouni

Dr Yamin Abdouni
PhD, MSc, BSc

Honorary lecturer
Organic Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Supramolecular Chemistry
Email yamin.abdouni@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Akinmolayan Taiwo

Dr Folashade Akinmolayan Taiwo
MEng, PhD, SFHEA

Senior Lecturer in Engineering Education
Primary research interests are: Student experience of teamwork as an indicator for employability skills; Engagement and retention of students within Engineering through active learning techniques; Cultural and social impacts on the approaches to learning; Diversity and inclusion within Engineering.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 7281     Email f.akinmolayan@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Balcombe

Dr Paul Balcombe
MEng, PhD, CEng, MIChemE, FHEA

Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering and Renewable Energy
Specialises in developing unique technology-specific, probabilistic emissions/cost modelling of energy supply chains, particularly relating to methane emissions from natural gas, as well as hydrogen and ammonia supply chains.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 6279     Email p.balcombe@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Boek

Dr Edo Boek
PhD

Reader in Chemical Engineering
Research in the group of Dr Edo Boek focuses on sustainable-energy and earth-resources engineering. Our group investigates novel technologies to help solve the Energy-Trilemma, including 1) sustainable drinking water treatment, including PFAS ("forever chemicals") remediation, water softening and GAC filtration, using Fluidised-Bed-Reactor experiments and simulation (with Waternet-Amsterdam); 2) separation and harvesting of nutritionals, bio-fuels and pharmaceuticals from cultivated micro-algae, using Photo-Bio-Reactor (PBR) / soft-matter experiments; 3) Geothermal Energy Engineering, in particular development of sustainable and HTHP-stable drilling fluids, maximising Rate of Penetration; 4) smart design of carbon electrodes for electrochemical devices, including Redox-Flow-Batteries, using pore-scale imaging, reactive multi-phase flow modelling;
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 2964     Email e.boek@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Briscoe

Dr Joe Briscoe
MSci (Hons), PhD, FHEA, CSci, MIMMM, MInstP

Reader in Energy Materials & Devices
My group's research is focused on the use of thin films and nanostructured materials for renewable energy applications, including: semiconductor photocatalysts, photoelectrocatalysis (PEC) & solar fuels; photovoltaic devices; ferroelectrics for solar energy conversion; piezoelectric energy harvesting. We have a particular interest in the use of polar (ferroelectric & piezoelectric) materials and nanomaterials in these devices with expertise in solution-based synthesis of materials, material characterisation and device fabrication and testing, including flexible devices.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 3552     Email j.briscoe@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Buchan

Dr Andrew Buchan
BSc MSc PhD

Senior Lecturer in Engineering Science
I design numerical models for predicting the behaviour and understanding the uncertainties in the operation of nuclear reactor cores and other nuclear processing facilities. In particular I develop mathematical models to accurately predict neutron and gamma transport within nuclear reactors, and couple these to thermal hydraulic codes that model coolant flows and heat transfer within a core. I am particularly interested in analysing both current nuclear reactors as well as those due to be built within the UK in the coming years, in particular the boiling water reactors. I am also heavily involved in the design of new mathematical models that predict the progression/state of a nuclear reactor's core in the event of severe accident scenarios.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 6087     Email a.buchan@qmul.ac.uk

Prof Busfield

Prof James Busfield
FREng, MA, PhD, CEng, FIMMM, FHEA

Professor of Materials
Examining the physical behaviour by experiment and modelling techniques of soft matter such as elastomers and rubber materials. Properties of interest include abrasion, friction, fracture, creep, fatigue, viscoelastic behaviour, modulus enhancement, self healing, recycling, ageing and composite filler reinforcement. Developing smart soft materials that can sense their environment and soft actuating materials that can change shape in response to a physical stimulus.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 8866     Email j.busfield@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Cullen

Dr Patrick Cullen
PhD

Lecturer in Renewable Energy
My expertise is in synthesising scalably made nanomaterials and embedding them into energy devices for increased perfomance.
Telephone +44(0)20 7882 6596     Email p.cullen@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Fenwick

Dr Oliver Fenwick
MA MSci PhD FHEA MIMMM MIOP

Senior Lecturer in Materials Science
Developing materials for electronic devices such as LEDs, transistors and thermoelectric generators. The materials include organic semiconductors, carbon materials and halide perovskites, as well as self-assembled monolayers for the control of interfaces in devices. I have a particular interest in controlling nanoscale morphology and self-assembly to tune functional properties.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 3150     Email o.fenwick@qmul.ac.uk

Prof Jiang

Prof Xi Jiang
PhD, CEng, FIMechE, AFIChemE

Director of Division of Chemical Engineering and Renewable Energy /
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
The expertise of Prof Jiang is primarily in sustainable and cleaner energy utilisation, which includes but not limited to the applications of high-fidelity modelling and simulation to the following research areas: (1) combustion utilisation of alternative and renewable fuels including chemical kinetics studies, (2) greenhouse gas mitigation technologies including combustion mitigation of low-concentration methane; (3) flow in porous media and geological carbon storage, and (4) battery thermal management and thermal management in computer systems.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 5009     Email xi.jiang@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Jorge Sobrido

Dr Ana Jorge Sobrido
PhD, MIMMM, FHEA

Reader in Sustainable Energy Materials
Ana's research focuses on the development of new electroactive materials for energy conversion and storage devices. Her group's expertise ranges from the synthesis of new compounds through multiple synthesis approaches to electrode ink formulation strategies and assembly and testing into real electrochemical devices.
Telephone +44(0)20 7882 6782     Email a.sobrido@qmul.ac.uk

Prof Livingston

Prof Andrew Livingston
PhD, MSc (Economics), BEng (Hons)

Vice-Principal (Research) and Professor of Chemical Engineering
Molecular Separations. Membrane fabrication, membrane characterisation, membrane transport processes, membrane process simulation. Chemical and biochemical processes. Synthesis of exact polymers, including oligonucleotide therapeutics, peptides, PEGs and Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADC). Membrane processes in organic systems. Organic Solvent Nanofiltration (OSN). Defined monomer sequence synthetic polymers. Polymer therapeutics. Scale up of chemical processes. Scale up of membrane fabrication processes. Creation of new technology platforms for oligo synthesis, peptide synthesis, advanced ADC, PEGylation of biopharmaceuticals.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 3006     Email a.livingston@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Romero-Gonzalez

Dr Maria Romero-Gonzalez
MSc, PhD

Reader in Science & Engineering Education
Biomineralization, surface chemistry, biomaterials, environmental chemistry, engineering and sustainability. Flipped learning, student centred learning, curriculum design.
Email m.romero-gonzalez@qmul.ac.uk

Prof Screen

Prof Hazel Screen
BEng MRes PhD(Lond) CEng

Professor of Biomedical Engineering
My research aims to understand how our tissues are built to be able to withstand the loads they experience in the body. I am particularly interested in understanding tendon and heart valve; how and why they get injured, and ways to prevent this happening. By looking at the ways a tissue is supposed to work when it is healthy, we can identify how small changes in the structure, such as those which occur with age, can make injury more likely and look to prevent or treat these specifically.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 8875     Email h.r.c.screen@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Slavchov

Dr Radomir Slavchov
BSc, MSc, PhD

Lecturer in Chemical Engineering
(i) Adsorption of surfactants and electrolytes; (ii) capillary shapes, capillary flows, wetting, biomechanics; (iii) theory of surface electric phenomena; (iv) chemical physics of mixtures, fuel chemistry; (v) combustion engines.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 8938     Email r.slavchov@qmul.ac.uk

Prof Smoukov

Prof Stoyan Smoukov

Professor of Chemical Engineering
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 5305     Email s.smoukov@qmul.ac.uk

Prof Sui

Prof Yi Sui
PhD, MInstP, Fellow HEA

Professor of Fluid Mechanics
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 7763     Email y.sui@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Volpe

Dr Roberto Volpe
PhD

Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering
I design pyrolysis and gasification experiments to study the fundamental aspects of biomass thermal decomposition. My expertise ranges from the investigation of the pathways to thermo-chemical breakdown of solid biofuels to the synthesis of gaseous/liquid energy vectors and renewable carbon materials for catalysis and environmental applications such as water or soil remediation.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 7748     Email r.volpe@qmul.ac.uk

Prof Wang

Prof Wen Wang
PhD, CEng, FIMechE, FHEA, FAIMBE, FREng

Vice-Principal and Executive Dean for Science and Engineering
Vascular endothelial mechanics, cell mechanobiology, flow and solute transport in extracellular matrices, microcirculation, arterial haemodynamics, cell & tissue mechanics
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 3031     Email wen.wang@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Zhang

Dr Han Zhang
MEng, PhD, PGCAP, MIMMM, FHEA, CEng, CSci

Senior Lecturer in Materials Science
Han's expertise in the field of polymers and composites range from manufacturing to characterization of advanced polymer composites and nanocomposites, especially of multifunctional composites for future lightweight structural applications. His current research focuses on the sustainable development of advanced composites, including energy efficient sustainable manufacturing, integrated health monitoring and easy repairing functionalities for extended components' life.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 2726     Email han.zhang@qmul.ac.uk

Postdoc Research Associates

Dr Al-Kadhimi

Dr Mustafa Al-Kadhimi

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Email m.al-kadhimi@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Andrew Livingston

Mr Angel

Mr Gyen Ming Angel
MSci

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Development of novel nanomaterials for hydrogen fuel cell catalysis. Pressurised reactor systems, advanced material characterisation.
Email g.angel@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Patrick Cullen

Ms Burggraef

Ms Maria Burggraef

Research Assistant/Early Career Researcher
Email m.burggraef@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Andrew Livingston

Dr Burrows

Dr Stephen Burrows
MEng, MSc, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Telephone 07999088315     Email s.burrows@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Stoyan Smoukov

Dr Feng

Dr Jingyu Feng
BSc, MEng, PhD, MRSC

Postdoctoral researcher
Freestanding electrodes; Materials for energy storage and energy conversion; Non-PGM electrocatalysts; Porous carbon; X-ray adsorption spectroscopy.
Email jingyu.feng@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Patrick Cullen

Dr Grossemy

Dr Simon Grossemy

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Email s.grossemy@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Hazel Screen

Mrs He

Mrs Qinrong He

Research Assistant
Email q.h.he@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Joe Briscoe

Dr Heggo

Dr Dalia Heggo

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Email d.heggo@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Paul Balcombe

Dr Li

Dr Weiqi Li
BMed, MMed, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
My research focuses on the vascular biology and vascular engineering. Particular interest goes to the endothelial glycocalyx, a protective layer along the luminal surface of the blood vessel. I aim to elucidate how the glycocalyx develops and sheds under healthy and diseased vascular conditions. I also work on endothelial mechanics and directional cell migration on different types of substrate, with the ultimate gold of understanding the process of vascular stiffening and aging.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 7821     Email wei-qi.li@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Wen Wang

Dr Mondal

Dr Subrata Mondal

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Protein Aggregation, Spectroscopy & Microscopy, Biophysics of Proteins & Peptides
Email s.mondal@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Stoyan Smoukov

Dr Murillo Herrera

Dr Luis Mauricio Murillo Herrera

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Organic synthesis, computational chemistry, catalysis, ionic liquids and deep eutectic solvents.
Email l.m.murilloherrera@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Ana Jorge Sobrido

Dr Naderizadeh

Dr Sara Naderizadeh
PhD

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
I am currently working on BFTT, or Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology project, funded by AHRC-UKRI. This project is a five-year industry-led project, which focusses on delivering sustainable innovation within the entire fashion and textile supply chain. There are several academic and industrial partners around UK in this project. The main project that I involved is in collaboration with Nurvv company, to develop a wearable sensing technology that enables monitoring physical gait and body health with sports, ageing, and healthcare applications.
Email s.naderizadeh@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: James Busfield

Dr Ontaneda

Dr Jorge Ontaneda
BSc, PhD, MRSC

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
DFT simulations of solid-state materials
Email j.ontaneda@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Joe Briscoe

Dr Pal

Dr Subhajit Pal
MSc, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Investigation of the physical properties of dielectric, piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials are the main topics of my research interest. In particular, the studies of ferroelectric photovoltaic, photo-ferroelectric and electrostriction phenomena in both centro and non-centrosymmetric systems. My current research focuses on synthesizing nanostructured ferroelectric thin films for the development of next-generation solar cell devices, which is an ERC-funded project. We use the AFM technique to characterize the nanostructured thin film.
Email subhajit.pal@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Joe Briscoe

Dr Thielke

Dr Michael Thielke

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Email m.thielke@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Ana Jorge Sobrido

Mr Tian

Mr Gengyu  Tian

Research Assistant
Email exx901@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Ana Jorge Sobrido

Dr Zaidi

Dr Naveed Zaidi

Research Associate
Email n.zaidi@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Andrew Livingston

Dr Zamboulis

Dr Danae Zamboulis
DVM, PhD

Visiting Postdoctoral Research Assistant
I am a postdoctoral research associate with an interest in musculoskeletal biology and in particular the development of structure function in tendons. I completed a degree in Veterinary Medicine and an internship in Equine Medicine and Surgery from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and subsequently undertook a PhD at the University of Liverpool. I have expertise in tendon biology, molecular biology techniques, proteomics and a good understanding of biomechanics.
Email d.zamboulis@qmul.ac.uk
supervisor icon Supervisor: Hazel Screen

Professional Services

Dr Gridley

Dr Benjamin Gridley
MChem, PhD

Technical Facilities Manager
Technical operations lead with overall responsibility for SEMS laboratory and workshop resources. Strategic resource planning for space, technical infrastructure and staffing; capital projects lead; SEMS Technical Team line manager. Chemist with interests in organometallic synthesis, highly reactive transition metal complexes, metal-metal bonding modes, small molecule activation, anaerobic/anhydrous techniques, materials and polymer chemistry, single crystal XRD, computational chemistry.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7882 8740     Email b.m.gridley@qmul.ac.uk

Current PhD Projects

Thesis TitleSupervisor
Affect of mechanical deformation of solar cell performanceJoe Briscoe
Halide perovskite thermoelectric materialsOliver Fenwick
Solution-processed nanostructured ferroelectric thin films for photoelectrochemical water splittingJoe Briscoe
OOAC models - integrating 3D mechano-predictive environmentsHazel Screen
Unravelling surface chemistry - Electrochemical 2022 SEMS AJAna Jorge Sobrido
Identifying the causes of age-related tendon dysfunctionHazel Screen
Investigation of selective electrocatalysts for CO2 reductionAna Jorge Sobrido
Investigating Pyroresistive Conductive Polymer Composites with Improved Thermal StabilityHan Zhang
Bifunctional Hybrid Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Evolution and Oxygen Reduction ReactionsAna Jorge Sobrido
Lifetime predictions of ElastomersJames Busfield
Nano-engineered Smart Coatings for Multifunctional CompositesHan Zhang
Cesium based perovskite material for perovskite solar cellsJoe Briscoe
Development of an Organ-chip Model to examine Muscle DegenerationHazel Screen
Towards ferroelectric-enhanced solar energy conversion; the e?ect of ferroelectric fields on charge carrier dynamicsJoe Briscoe
Novel Models of Tendinopathy on a ChipHazel Screen
Interface/Surface Modulation and Mechanism Study of Hematite Photoanodes for Solar to Hydrogen ConversionAna Jorge Sobrido
Modelling and characterisation of cells in flowsYi Sui
SYNTHESIS OF EFFECIENT AND STABLE PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLJoe Briscoe
Design and development of fibre-based piezoelectric energy harvestersJoe Briscoe
Prediction of Leakage in Elastomeric Seals for High Pressure ApplicationsJames Busfield
2022 SEMS DSTL OFOliver Fenwick
Development of Self-healing and Recyclable ElastomersJames Busfield
Tyre Degradation Performance - SRIJames Busfield
Fracture behaviour in high performance tyresJames Busfield
Multiscale Modelling of Dissolutive WettingYi Sui
Numerical simulation of cell dynamics in inertial flowsYi Sui
N-type organic thermoelectric materialsOliver Fenwick
Thermoelectric Metal-Organic Frameworks: Design, Synthesis and AssessmentOliver Fenwick
Chiral nanohybrids - Photocatalysis with a spin.Ana Jorge Sobrido
PEDOT:PSS-based hybrid systems for optimised photoelectrochemistryJoe Briscoe
Development of a framework and data tools for the sustainablJames Busfield
A Computational Study of Ultrasound Enhanced Heat Transfer for Acoustically Driven FlowsXi Jiang
Numerical simulation of electrohydrodynamicsYi Sui
IL-10 signalling in human vascular development (human vascular cell differentiation from induced-pluripotent stem cell (iPSC))Wen Wang
Factors Impacting Tissue Compliance in the Human Left Atrium and its Effect on Radiofrequency Ablation SuccessHazel Screen
Filler Reinforcement of ElastomersJames Busfield
Development of ferroelectric nanocomposites for solar energy devicesJoe Briscoe
Optimisation of a Novel Polymeric Heart ValveJames Busfield
PRINTED THERMOELECTRIC GENERATORSOliver Fenwick
The interfascicular matrix niche ? novel approaches to identify the aetiology of tendinopathyHazel Screen
Optimisation of Tyre Wear PerformanceJames Busfield
Analysis of charge carrier dynamics of ferroelectric nanocomJoe Briscoe
Nanostructured Reinforcing Fillers to Enhance Physical and Mechanical PropertiesJames Busfield
Microfluidics for sorting circulating tumor cellsYi Sui
Graphene based transparent electrodes for tuneable optical devicesJames Busfield
Renewable green energy in a living environmentXi Jiang
Fully printed thermoelectric devices.Oliver Fenwick
Extraction of lipids from algae suspensions for biofuel applicationsEdo Boek
Multifunctional composites with integrated sensing and easy repairing capabilitiesHan Zhang
Investigation of new electroactive materials for solar redox flow batteries.Ana Jorge Sobrido
Sustainable antibacterial electrospun fabrics for masks and medical applicationsAna Jorge Sobrido
Free-standing boron, nitrogen and iron doped graphitic electrodes for dioxygen reduction reaction electrocatalysis in alkaline fuel cellsAna Jorge Sobrido
Role of CD34+ Stem Cells in Isografted Vessel RemodellingWen Wang
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Holographic bubble formation driven by UltrasoundXi Jiang
Energy efficient manufacturing of multifunctional fibre reinforced compositesHan Zhang
Combined Molecular Dynamics and Experimental Study of Soot Formation during Biomass PyrolysisXi Jiang
Frictional Properties of Elastomer Seals.James Busfield
Printed thermoelectric generatorsOliver Fenwick
Physicochemical Modelling of Multi-Component Liquid Biofuel CombustionXi Jiang
Development of new photo-ferroelectric materials for photoelectrocatalysis and photovoltaicsJoe Briscoe
Flexible hybrid energy harvesters based on ZnO nanogenerator and perovskite solar cellsJoe Briscoe
Numerical simulation of cells in flowsWen Wang
Next generation organ-chip models - 2022 EPSRC DTP HRCS?Hazel Screen

Past PhD Projects

Thesis TitleSupervisorYear
Motion of deformable capsules in complex flowsYi Sui2017
SmartNanoHeat - Self-regulating heating compoundsEmiliano Bilotti, James Busfield2017
The Effects of Loading Frequency on Tenocyte MatabolismHazel Screen2017
Development of materials and applications for electroactive compositesJames Busfield, Federico Carpi2017
Predicting tyre compound wear.James Busfield, Emiliano Bilotti2017
Fatigue life prediction in aircraft tyresJames Busfield2017
Electric Breakdown of Dielectric Elastomer Actuator MaterialsFederico Carpi, James Busfield2017
Micro-patterning of peptide-based biomaterialsJulien Gautrot, Hazel Screen2017
A novel fibre composite system to investigate tenocyte metabolism under physiological and pathological loading conditions.Hazel Screen2016
Investigating the effects of cholesterol on phospholipid bilayer with molecular dynamics simulations.Wen Wang, Yiling Lu2016
Micro-structure reorganisation of the aortic heart valve under a biaxial loading conditionHazel Screen, Wen Wang2016
The role of HDAC7-related peptide in stem cell differentiation towards endothelial cellWen Wang2016
The Strain Dependent Dielectric Behaviour of Carbon Black Filled Natural RubberJames Busfield, Emiliano Bilotti2016
Interaction between the circulating blood and vascular endothelial cells in health & disease. Cell Mechanics for endothelial glycocalyxWen Wang, Asa Barber2016
The synergistic role of mechanical stimuli and VEGF treatment in stem cell differentiation to endothelial cellsWen Wang2016
The effects of the rate of hypo-osmotic challenge and IFT88 mutation on the biomechanics of chondrocytes.Martin Knight, Wen Wang2016
Electrical stimulation on cell-cell interactions in vitroWen Wang2015
Microcapsule for targetted drug delivery to diseased tissuesWen Wang, Gleb Sukhorukov2015
The Role of DKK3 in Vascular Smooth Muscle DifferentiationWen Wang2015
Functional impact of microRNA-34a on stem cell differentiation towards smooth muscle cellWen Wang2015
The development of a novel nanostructured silica filler for high friction and low rolling resistance rubber applications.James Busfield2015
Microfluidics for a novel bioreactorWen Wang, Pankaj Vadgama2015
The behaviour of hollow sphere filled rubber materials under strainJames Busfield2014
Novel polymeric matrix and its interaction withbiological cellsWen Wang, Ton Peijs2014
Microcapsule internalization be cells in vitro caused by physical and biochemical stimuliGleb Sukhorukov, Wen Wang2014
Failure of Rubber Components under FatigueJames Busfield2014
A Biomechanical Characterisation of Eccentric and Concentric Loading of the Triceps Surae ComplexHazel Screen2013
Tearing of rubberJames Busfield2013
Spatial distribution, temporal development and mechanical properties of the endothelial glycocalyx in vitroWen Wang2012
Modelling studies on biological tissue property and mechanical responses under external stimuliWen Wang2012
Structure-Function Relationships in the Aortic ValveHazel Screen2012
The Impact and Deformation of Press-Fit Metal Acetablular ComponentsJulia Shelton, James Busfield2012
Natural Rubber/Organoclay NanocompositesJames Busfield2012
microRNAs play a role in human embryonic stem cell differentiation into endothelial cellsWen Wang2011
Computational modelling of flows in porous scaffold materials using a lattice Boltzmann methodWen Wang2011
Can Interface Conditions be Modified by Support Surfaces to Minimise the Risk of Pressure Ulcer Development?Wen Wang, Dan Bader2011
Viscoelastic Properties of Elastomer under Complex LoadingJames Busfield2010
Investigation and Modelling of Rubber FrictionJames Busfield2010
The Influence of Microstructure on the Mechanical Behaviours of TendonsHazel Screen, Julia Shelton2010
Novel biosensors and Their application in Mass TransportWen Wang, Pankaj Vadgama2009
Carbon Black Filler Reinforcement of ElastomersJames Busfield2009