Dr. Christos Markides
Christos Markides is Professor of Clean Energy Technologies, Head of the Clean Energy Processes Laboratory, which numbers 45 researchers, and leads the Experimental Multiphase Flow Laboratory, which is the largest experimental space of its kind at Imperial College London. He is also, amongst other, Editor-in-Chief of ‘Applied Thermal Engineering’, a member of the UK National Heat Transfer Committee and the Scientific Committee of the UK Energy Storage SUPERGEN Hub. He specialises in applied thermodynamics and transport processes as applied to high-performance devices, technologies and systems for thermal-energy recovery, utilization, conversion or storage. His research interests include heating, cooling and power, and in particular, solar energy and waste heat recovery and conversion in heat-intensive industrial applications. He also has an ongoing interest in advanced diagnostic techniques for the provision of detailed, spatiotemporally resolved information in turbulent, reacting and multiphase flows. He has published >200 journal papers and >300 conference papers on these topics. He won IMechE’s ‘Donald J. Groen’ outstanding paper prize in 2016, IChemE’s ‘Global Award for Best Research Project’ in 2018, the Engineers without Borders ‘Chill Challenge’ in 2020, and received Imperial College President’s Award for Research Excellence in 2017.
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