Dr Melis Duyar is a Lecturer in Chemical and Process Engineering at the University of Surrey. Her research is focused on carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and experimental heterogeneous catalysis for energy and environmental applications. Dr Duyar received her B.Sc. (2012) in Chemical and Biological Engineering from Koç University. She obtained her MS (2013) and PhD (2015) in Earth and Environmental Engineering from Columbia University in the City of New York and conducted post-doctoral research (2015-2017) in the Chemical Engineering Department at Stanford University. Prior to her academic appointment at the University of Surrey (2019), Dr Duyar worked at the US Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory as Associate Staff Scientist at the SUNCAT Center for Interface Science and Catalysis and was also Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at Stanford University (2017-2019).
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Cross Cutting Issues: CO2 Utilisation