Brightest ever X-ray shows lung vessels altered by Covid-19
“The ability to see organs across scales like this will really be revolutionary for medical imaging." Dr Claire Walsh, UCL Mechanical EngineeringRead more
Dr Midhat Talibi did his PhD at UCL, investigating the variations in exhaust and in-cylinder gas composition for dual fuel co-combustion with liquid and gaseous fuels in diesel engines. He is currently working as a Research Associate in the Fuels, Engines and Combustion group at UCL Mechanical Engineering on an EPSRC funded multi-university project on ultra-low carbon emissions from IC engines.
Midhat’s research interests include the development of novel strategies for future low emission combustion systems using alternative ‘future’ liquid fuels from sustainable bio-sources, hydrogen co-combustion and in-cylinder combustion reactions.
Bursary open to applications from current offer holders for 2015/16 academic year Awards will cover full undergraduate fees A new scheme of bursaries…Read more