Jahanbakhsh, Amir

Dr Amir Jahanbakhsh is a Research Fellow and Programme manager at the Research Centre for Carbon Solutions (RCCS) at Heriot-Watt University. Amir has a PhD in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot-Watt University and he is also an experienced project manager. His research focus is on the understanding of the multiphase flow mechanisms in porous media at different scales using various techniques including CFD and microfluidics. Carbon capture and storage, geo-energy and more recently hydrogen economy have been his main area of research. Since he joined RCCS he has been involved in managing large multinational multidisciplinary consortium projects across CCUS value chain including MILEPOST-Microscale Processes Governing Global Sustainability (ERC), Low carbon jet fuel through the integration of novel technologies for co-valorisation of CO2 and biomass (EPSRC) and Novel adsorbents applied to integrated energy-efficient industrial CO2 capture (EPSRC), PrISMa – Process-Informed design of tailor-made Sorbent Materials for energy-efficient carbon capture (ERA-ACT2) and more recently USorb-DAC – Unlocking the scalable potential of sorbent-based DAC technologies (RMI).

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