• Meet Our Team

    A world-leading team of engineers and scientists thriving to provide low-carbon solutions and sustainable future.

Li Anne Cheah     PhD Student

School of Engineering & Physical Sciences, Institute of Mechanical, Process & Energy Engineering, Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, UK


 

       Office: JN3.04

       Phone: To be confirmed

       Email: lc3@hw.ac.uk

 

 

Biography:


Lianne graduated from Heriot-Watt University as Bachelor of Chemical Engineering in June 2017 and started her PhD study in the following October. She is working on the project "Novel absorbent applied to integrated waste heat recovery in industrial processes", in which she will be involved in synthesizing novel hydrotalcites-like layered double hydroxides for high-temperature CO2 capture and utilizing waste heat in the processes to reduce energy penalty. Having the background as a chemical engineer, she wishes to assist in realizing the vision of RCCS to making large-scale CO2 capture units economically viable and environmentally benign. 

Research Interests:


Her main research interests are CO2 capture, utilization, reaction engineering and process intensification.

Awards and Honours:


1. Heriot-Watt Chemical Engineering Departmental Prize(2016-2017)

2. Heriot-Watt University Prize(2014-2015)


 

0
0
0
s2sdefault

Know What's On RCCS

From Capture to Storage, From Solar to Fuel.

Back to RCCS Team

Click here to return to RCCS team page.

See our Facilities

Extensive state-of-art equipment covering CCS Chain

Joomla Extensions