Prof Nilay Shah is a Professor in Process Systems Engineering at Imperial College London, where he currently is the Head of Department and formerly the Director of the Centre for Process Systems Engineering (CPSE), and a Chemical Engineer by training. He has co-authored over 300 technical papers on process systems modelling and engineering, design and optimisation of chemical and biochemical processes and low carbon energy supply chains and systems. Nilay Shah has received several awards and he is particularly interested in the transfer of technology from academia to industry. He was part of a team that recently developed a comprehensive report on greenhouse gas removal technologies (GGR). He is Deputy Chair of the RAEng Systems Approach to Decarbonisation Working Group and has just been appointed to the Energy Minister’s Hydrogen Advisory Council.
- UKCCSRC Core Research Projects – Systems & Policy: CA1 – BECCS within the energy system and Systems & Policy: CAB1 – Cross-cutting Value of CCS