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University fo Leeds


Rahul Shukla

Position: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
E-Mail: R.Shukla [AT] leeds.ac.uk


Yulong Ding

Position: Professor
URL: www.engineering.leeds.ac.uk/ipse/yulong
E-Mail: y.ding [AT] leeds.ac.uk
Telephone: +44(0)113 343 2747

Biography
Professor Yulong Ding is a professor of Chemical Engineering and a chair in Nanoparticle Engineering at the University of Leeds. He is also the technical director of Dispersia Ltd, a company specialising in functional nanocolloids. Professor Ding was first trained as a thermophysicist / thermal engineer (BEng 1985, MSc 1988, University of Science & Technology Beijing), and then a chemical engineer (PhD 1997, University of Birmingham). His research has been cross-disciplinary particularly within the chemical engineering, chemistry, energy engineering and bioengineering areas. He has filed 12 patents and published over 270 technical papers and 10 book chapters. His current research interests cover both fundamental and applied aspects, with the fundamental research focusing on multiphase transport phenomena across the length scales. Whereas his applied research concentrates on new energy storage technologies, novel thermodynamic cycles and nanostructured materials for energy harvesting and storage applications.


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