University of Leeds
Dr Andrew Ross is an Associate Professor in Energy and Resource Recovery in the School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Leeds. His research interests include renewable energy generation, bioenergy, biotechnology and conversion of wastes into biofuels, bio-products and chemicals. Activities relevant to the project include the production of bio-coal and biocarbon from wet wastes by hydrothermal conversion. Current research projects include being PI of the BEFWAM project: Bioenergy, Fertiliser and Clean water from invastive aquatic macrophytes (GCRF); Co-I of Bio-integrated Valorisation of India’s Municipal Solid Waste to Renewable Feedstocks (Innovate UK, BBSRC); and PI of Conversion of Wet Waste to Fuel and Value-Added Products using Hydrothermal Carbonization (DST-UKIER).
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