Research into Multi-scale Examination of MultiPHase physIcs in flowS (MEMPHIS)

Emilia gained her M.Sc. from West Pomeranian University of Technology in Poland where she received Chancellor’s award for Best Student in the graduating year. The subject of her PhD in Chemical Engineering at the University of Birmingham was the investigation of the hydrodynamics of multiphase slurry reactors focusing on the bubbles-catalysts-oil interactions. She has been recently involved in the EU collaborative project where she was investigating heat transfer in nano-fluids and examined the efficiency of nano-fluids based coolants for application in high power electronic devices. Emilia was also involved in the work of Microstructure Group at University of Birmingham were she was trying to develop methods to simulate the processes occurring in human gastrointestinal tract by applying the principles of formulation engineering.

Emilia’s research interests include interfacial phenomena, bubbles/droplets coalescence/breakage, intermolecular/surface forces, capillarity, surface/interfacial energies, adhesion/cohesion and wettability.

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