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I am Adeola Awoyomi and I recently attended the UKCCSRC Biannual Meeting Autumn 2017 which was held in Sheffield on the 11th and 12th September. The meeting included research activities in the new phase of the UKCCS Research Centre, a meeting of the UKCCSRC Scientific Council and special Early Career Researcher (ECR) sessions. The event was a successful one that provided a meeting point for different researchers to meet and enlighten conference delegates on what their research is all about. My research study is on CO 2 shipping; particularly on the reduction of carbon and sulphur emissions when the ship is in motion, supervised by Dr Kumar Patchigolla in Cranfield University. I will be considering the boil-off gas and carbon-dioxide...Read more
My name is Adeola Awoyomi and I am in the earliest stage of my PhD research, in the Department of Power Engineering at Cranfield University. My research is focused on the capture of CO 2 and SO2 gases co-currently from the flue gases and reduce the losses due to boil-off gas(BOG) on a CO 2 shipping infrastructure. It was a privilege to be a part of this event, as this gave me the necessary exposure to meet other early career researchers and those that are experienced in my field. On Tuesday, April 11, I arrived at the Imperial College London (South Kensington Campus), Sir Alexander Fleming Building for the UKCCSRC Spring Biannual Meeting (2017). My field visit to the Imperial...Read more