Research staff in the IDEAS Energy, Environment and Sustainability theme:

  • Mahalakshmi Abhishek

    Mahalakshmi Abhishek Profile 1

    Research Fellow in Cyanobacterial Research  

  • Morgan Adams

    Morgan Adams

    Morgan Adams is a Research Fellow working on an collaborative EPSRC project to design and develop photocatalytic reactor units in conjunction with St Andrews University and the California Institute of Technology.  

  • Ghazi Droubi

    Ghazi Droubi Profile

    Dr Ghazi Droubi is a lecturer in Mechanical Enginnering  

  • Christine Edwards

    Christine Edwards

    Research with emphasis on cyanobacterial toxins, and their occurrence and fate in the environment.  

  • Nadimul Faisal

    Nadimul

    Dr. Nadimul H Faisal is a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering.  

  • Carlos Fernandez

    Carlos Fernandez Profile

    Research Fellow for Centre for Research Energy and Environment (CRE+E)  

  • Wai-Keung Fung

    Wai-Keung Fung Profile Photo

    Dr Wai-Keung Fung is a Lecturer in Electrical and Electronic Engineering  

  • Mamdud Hossain

    Dr Mamdud Hossain

    Dr. Hossain’s interests include advanced combustion modelling, CFD modelling of multi-phase flows in oil and gas, turbulence-device interaction in tidal stream and fuel cell.  

  • Sheikh Islam

    Sheikh Islam

    Dr Sheikh Islam is a lecturer in the School of Engineering  

  • Draco Iyi

    Draco Iyi

    Dr. Draco Iyi is a lecturer and researcher at the RGU School of Engineering.  

  • Linda Lawton

    Linda Lawton

    Prof. Lawton has a specific interest in natural toxins produced in water by cyanobacteria.  

  • Yang Liu

    Yang Lui

    Dr Yang Liu is a lecturer at the School of Engineering whose research interests include percussive drilling, drill-string dynamics & control, capsule dynamics & control, control of coexisting attractors, rock characteristics identification and control of underactuated mechanical systems.  

  • Cathy McCullagh

    Cathy McCullagh Profile

    Cathy's main research interests lie within the field of environmental chemistry, specifically photochemistry and within this coatings and reactor development  

  • Craig Mckenzie

    Craig McKenzie

    Dr Craig Mckenzie is an analytical scientist whose research interests have focused upon the development of fully validated analytical methodologies for the detection of a wide range of environmental contaminants, illicit drugs and their metabolites, and pharmaceutical products in complex environmental and forensic matrices.  

  • Konstantinos Minas

    Kostas Minas

    A Research Fellow under Linda Lawton's 'Water for All' project.  

  • James Njuguna

    James Njuguna

    Dr James Njuguna is a Reader in Composite Materials and Structures at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. He has has a long-standing interest and extensive research experience in composite materials (and nanomaterials) for structural applications primarily focusing on transport lightweight structures and more recently into Oil and Gas sector.  

  • Simon Officer

    Simon Officer

    Dr Officer is a lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, and has recently been leading a project in collaboration with the James Hutton Institute on the development of a novel environmental tracer.  

  • Gbenga Oluyemi

    Gbenga Oluyemi

    Dr Oluyemi's research covers oilfield chemistry related formation damage, optimisation of fracture flow, formation evaluation and geomechanical characterisation of formation rock.  

  • Alan Owen

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    A renewable energy researcher since 2002, Dr Alan Owen is the Northern Research Partnership Reader in Renewable Energy and Clean Technology, and currently holds the position of Director of CUSP.  

  • Babs Oyeneyin

    Babs Oyeneyin Profile

    Professor Oyeneyin's main research is in multiphase fluid flow dynamics, integrated sand management, produced water management, oil/gas well engineering, unconventional reservoir management, flow assurance and production optimisation in deepwater environment.  

  • Pat Pollard

    Professor Pat Pollard

    Professor Pollard has over 30 years experience of applied research mostly in collaboration with industry developing a range of sensors including real time and in-situ sensors, environmental sensing & monitoring, and the development of tracers/taggants which has also led to iTi, POC & KTP funded projects.  

  • Radhakrishna Prabhu

    Radhakrishna Prabhu

    Current research areas are in Biosensors and Instrumentation, Environmental Sensing and Monitoring, Clean Technology.  

  • Jeanette Robertson

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    Main research interests are in the use of TiO2 photocatalysis for the destruction of pathogenic microorganisms in the environment.  

  • Peter Robertson

    Peter Robertson

    Professor Robertson is Vice-Principal and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Academic Support Services).  

  • Nathan Skillen

    Nathan Skillen

    Research Fellow for Centre for Research in Energy and the Environment (CRE+E)  

  • Iain Steel

    Prof Iain Steel

    Professor J. A. (Iain) Steel is the Head of the RGU School of Engineering. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Energy Institute.  

  • Aakash Welgamage Don

    Aakash Welgamage Don

    Interests are in cyanobacterial research, use of Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography (UPLC) system to investigate biodegradation pathways, and molecular biology approaches to peptide degradation.  

  • Kyari Yates

    Kyari Yates 1

    Kayri's research interest lies in environmental chemistry with a particular emphasis on fate, distribution and effects of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and passive sampling methodologies in various matrices.