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Tina Düren

Department of Chemical Engineering

Professor Tina Düren
Tina uses molecular simulation (e.g. Monte Carlo, molecular dynamics and ab initio methods) to design innovative porous materials with properties tailored for specific adsorption applications including for example carbon capture, energy storage or drug delivery. In her research she not only studies the applications in detail but also looks at how these porous materials form across different length scales.

 

University of Bath Research Portal

https://researchportal.bath.ac.uk/en/persons/tina-d%C3%BCren/

Second Supervisors

Da Chen

Department of Computer Science

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Antonio Pellegrino

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Research Interests:

  • Experimental mechanics
  • Applications of artificial intelligence to Solid Mechanics and materials modelling.
  • Impact Engineering
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Rosti Readioff

Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Jun Zang

Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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Dylan Thompson

Department for Health

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Ron Lavi

Department of Economics

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Graham Room

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Louise Brown

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Esther Walton

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Julie Barnett

Department of Psychology

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