Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment

Organization profile

Organisation profile

I-SEE seeks to focus, connect and integrate research on sustainable energy and the environment across all disciplines at the University.

We engage with 13 departments and schools and 7 research centres across the University, bringing together experts in engineering, natural sciences, politics, economics, social sciences, policy, international studies and business management.

We represent and promote the University's work on sustainable, secure and affordable energy for power, heat and transport.

Our aim is to enhance the impact of our research by engaging with industry, the government, the academic community and the public.

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Electrodes Engineering & Materials Science
Carbon Engineering & Materials Science
Water Engineering & Materials Science
Hydrogen Engineering & Materials Science
energy Earth & Environmental Sciences
Oxidation Engineering & Materials Science
Polymers Engineering & Materials Science
Electricity Engineering & Materials Science

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Projects 2013 2023

EPSRC Doctoral Training Centre in Sustainable Chemical Technologies

Davidson, M., Mays, T. & Scott, J.

1/10/1431/03/23

Project: Research-related fundingPGR Training Grant

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in the Decarbonisation of the Built Environment (DBE)

Coley, D. & Walker, P.

20/06/1419/12/22

Project: Research-related fundingPGR Training Grant

Research Output 1982 2018

Mineral wool
Boundary conditions
Fibers
Hemp
Lime

Collected marine litter - A growing waste challenge

Schneider, F., Parsons, S., Clift, S., Stolte, A. & McManus, M. 6 Feb 2018 In : Marine Pollution Bulletin. 128, p. 162-174

Research output: Contribution to journalLiterature review

litter
Waste treatment
waste treatment
Geographical distribution
Beaches

Generator–collector electrochemical sensor configurations based on track-Etch membrane separated platinum leaves

Zafarani, H. R., Rassaei, L., Sudhölter, E. J. R., Aaronson, B. D. B. & Marken, F. 1 Feb 2018 In : Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 255, 3, p. 2904-2909 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Electrodes
Platinum
Protons
Membranes
Oxygen sensors