Professor Wilhelm Schabel from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) visits University of Cambridge within his Edwards Fellowship.
Professor Schabel is invited to visit the University of Cambridge in May-June 2023 at the Institute for Energy and Environmental Flows (IEEF) for collaboration through his Edwards Fellowship, named after Cavendish Professor, Sir Sam Edwards.
Current interests of the IEEP include research on carbon storage, electrolytes and batteries, dispersions, surface coatings and more.
May 2023, Professor Wilhelm Schabel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) from Germany and Professor Alexander Routh (University of Cambridge, UK)
The category “Edwards Fellows” at University of Cambridge is reserved for highly distinguished soft matter scientists with major prize from one of the learned societies.
About IEEF: The mission of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Flows (IEEF) is to carry out fundamental scientific research addressing challenges related to the supply, storage and use of energy and the impact on the environment, using the principles of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and surface science.
The Institute uses a combination of experimental and theoretical modelling to address this broad class of technical challenges with a highly interdisciplinary research team spanning expertise in mathematics, physics, chemistry, earth science, chemical engineering and engineering.
Current interests include research on carbon storage; low energy building design; electrolytes and batteries; geothermal heat; deep ocean mixing; surface water and flooding; pollutant transport and dispersion; surface coatings; corrosion; and water management and treatment.
Post: 1. June 1, 2023 Prof. Wilhelm Schabel