Imperial.Tech.Pitch | Transition to Zero Pollution

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Listen to our speakers for a series of stimulating pitches showcasing Imperial’s research expertise and available technologies, outlining Imperial’s efforts to realise our vision of a sustainable zero pollution future.

Building a future that is free from human-made pollution will require a complete realignment of almost all aspects of modern industry and the rapid development of novel technologies.

Discussing innovative materials to support green energy solutions, the deployment of new technologies to make our infrastructure and products more sustainable, as well as the benefits of monitoring air pollution, and the role of gas in a sustainable future.

Our engineers and scientists will showcase some of Imperial’s research and technologies that support and enable the Transition to Zero Pollution, before convening for a panel discussion chaired by Professor Mary Ryan, Vice-Dean Research (Faculty of Engineering) and the Lead for Imperial’s Transition to Zero Pollution initiative.

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Research pitches

 The flexibility of gas – what is it worth?
Dr Jamie Speirs, Sustainable Gas Institute

Understanding aerosols and pollution
Dr Marc Stettler, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Accelerating sustainable materials development
Dr Camille Petit, Department of Chemical Engineering

Technology pitches

SAF: Advanced technology in biobased surfactants
Dr Amir Al Ghatta, Department of Chemical Engineering

Permanganate fuel cell technology
Professor Anthony Kucernak, Department of Chemistry

Kiacrete: Next generation permeable pavement
Dr Alalea Kia, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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This content was compiled by Imperial Business Partners and Imperial Industry Partnerships and Commercialisation team.