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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor NP Brandon
Organisation: Imperial College London
Department: Earth Science and Engineering
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Energy Storage Fuel Cell Technologies
Materials Characterisation Materials Synthesis & Growth
Solar Technology Sustainable Energy Vectors

Current EPSRC Support
EP/R023581/1 ISCF Wave 1: Materials research hub for energy conversion, capture, and storage(C)
EP/R020973/1 ISCF Wave 1: Translational Energy Storage Diagnostics (TRENDs)(P)
EP/P024807/1 Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Hub Extension (H2FC SUPERGEN)(P)
EP/P003494/1 Zinc-Nickel Redox Flow Battery for Energy Storage(C)
EP/N032888/1 Multi-scale ANalysis for Facilities for Energy STorage (Manifest)(C)
EP/M009521/1 Enabling next generation lithium batteries(C)
EP/M02346X/1 Novel diagnostic tools and techniques for monitoring and control of SOFC stacks - understanding mechanical and structural change(P)
EP/M014045/1 Electrodes by Design - Microstructural Engineering of High Performance Electrodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells(P)
EP/L019469/1 SUPERGEN Energy Storage Hub(C)
EP/L015749/1 EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Fuel Cells and their Fuels - Clean Power for the 21st Century(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/N508585/1 Vanadium-Hydrogen flow battery for energy storage applications - a feasibility study(P)
EP/L014289/1 Lower Cost and Longer Life Flow Batteries for Grid Scale Energy Storage(P)
EP/L505298/1 Revolutionary Electric Vehicle Battery (REVB)(C)
EP/K002252/1 Energy Storage for Low Carbon Grids(C)
EP/J021695/1 Energy Storage Network(P)
EP/J003085/1 Multiscale in-situ characterisation of degradation and reactivity in solid oxide fuel cells(C)
EP/J016454/1 Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Supergen Hub(P)
EP/I038586/1 Developing FUTURE Vehicles (Fundamental Understanding of Technologies for Ultra Reduced Emission Vehicles)(C)
EP/I02249X/1 Structural evolution across multiple time and length scales(C)
EP/I037016/1 Advancing Biogas Utilization through Fuel Flexible SOFC(C)
EP/I021566/1 Structural evolution across multiple time and length scales(C)
EP/H05037X/1 Advanced battery condition monitoring in electric and hybrid vehicles(P)
EP/H045139/1 Energy Futures DTC(P)
EP/G06704X/1 Collaborative Research Opportunities in Energy with South Africa: Ab-Initio development and testing of fuel cell catalysts(C)
EP/G030995/1 Supergen Fuel Cell Consortium - Fuel cells - Powering a Greener Future - CORE(C)
EP/G061424/1 Developing an experimental functional map of polymer electrolyte fuel cell operation(C)
EP/F009720/1 New Research Directions for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Science and Engineering(C)
EP/C522788/2 PLATFORM: Decentralised polygeneration of energy: Cross-disciplinary research at Imperial College London(C)
EP/F00270X/1 New and Renewable Solar Routes to Hydrogen Energy(P)
EP/E036740/1 Energy research development manager at Imperial College London (Linked to EP/E011705)(P)
EP/E02890X/1 EPSRC - Energy Research Senior Fellow(P)
EP/C002601/1 Fuel Cells- Powering a Greener Future(C)
EP/C522788/1 PLATFORM: Decentralised polygeneration of energy: Cross-disciplinary research at Imperial College London(C)
GR/R09282/01 PLATFORM: Decentralised polygeneration of energy: Cross-disciplinary research at Imperial College London(C)
GR/R20984/01 Development of a Direct Methanol Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cell(P)
GR/N08483/01 SIMULTANEOUS RECOVERY OF LEAD & LEAD DIOXIDE FROM BATTERY EFFLUENTS(P)
GR/N04638/01 OPTIMISATION AND EVALUATION OF INTERMEDIATE-TEMP (500 C)SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL (IT-SOFC) STACKS(C)
GR/N34789/01 THE IMPACT OF BIOFUELS ON SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL PERFORMANCE(P)
GR/N07745/01 THE ROLE OF MIXED CONDUCTIVITY IN THE BEHAVIOUR OF OXIDE CATALYSTS(P)
GR/M73552/01 ANALYSIS AND MODELLING OF HETEROGENEITY IN SOLID POLYMER FUEL CELLS(C)
GR/M37721/01 SURFACE CHARACTERISATION OF SULPHIDE MINERALS FOR IMPROVED PROCESSING BY FROTH FLOTATION AND LEACHING(C)
GR/L94093/01 RECYCLING OF METALS FROM ELECTRONIC SCRAP BY LEACHING AND ELECTROWINNING(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator