I am interested in employing electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering to fabricate novel materials at the micro- and nano-scales. The applications of my research are in corrosion mitigation, manufacturing micro and nano devices for electronics and implants, and the removal of toxic substances from effluents. Much of the work embraces principles of green chemistry for sustainable process development.
#E01-1274: Copper Electrodeposition from Green Ammonia Speaker12/10/2023#F03-1395: Pulse Electrodeposition in the Presence of Corrosion Reactions during the Off-Time by Sudipta Roy Speaker11/10/2023244th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Gothenburg Sweden Organiser8/10/2023Short Course on Electrodeposition Contributor8/10/2023Engineering Prioritisation Panel (Event) Peer reviewer12/7/2023Copper Electrodeposition from Green Ammonia Speaker27/6/2023
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EPSRC Core equipment - Benchtop X-Ray Diffractometer Neagu, Dragos (Principal Investigator) Hamilton, Andrea (Co-investigator) Craig, Gavin (Co-investigator) Ivaturi, Aruna (Co-investigator) Zhang, Xiaolei (Co-investigator) Inglezakis, Vasileios (Co-investigator) Fletcher, Ashleigh (Co-investigator) Roy, Sudipta (Co-investigator) Massabuau, Fabien (Co-investigator) Rahimi, Salaheddin (Co-investigator) Steedman, Andrew (Co-investigator) The project aThe instrument is a Benchtop X-Ray Diffractometer, which is a device that can analyse the structure and composition of various materials. It can provide data on crystal and molecular structure, phase identification and quantification, and crystallite size and strain. It is suitable for a wide range of inorganic and organic materials in different forms, such as powders, films, or solids. The instrument is compact, fast, easy to use, and low-cost, making it ideal for routine and high-throughput analysis. It can support research in many fields, such as materials science, engineering, chemistry, energy, and healthcare.
The instrument was acquired through an EPSRC Core Equipment fund, with an internally allocated £64k from the University of Strathclyde 01-Jan-2023 Neocycl 2nd Tranche Roy, Sudipta (Principal Investigator) Neagu, Dragos (Co-investigator) 01-Jan-2022 - 28-Jan-2023 ABE Device Design (Framework Agreement sHYp) MacDonald, Lewis (Researcher) Roy, Sudipta (Principal Investigator) The Acid Base Electrolyser (ABE) device was studied with the aim to increase the current density and pH split achievable in comparison to the SPARK2066 project. results. This was tackled by changing the design and flow configuration 20-Jan-2022 - 31-Jan-2022 sHYp ABE cell design Roy, Sudipta (Principal Investigator) Brightman, Edward (Co-investigator) 15-Jan-2022 - 30-Jan-2022 Neocycl : Electrochemical Copper Reclamation from Electronic Waste using Ammoniacal Solution Roy, Sudipta (Principal Investigator) Tambe, Christine Enowmbi (Researcher) Kirkwood, Liam (Technician) Neocycl is a start-up based in Scotland. Neocycl wishes to develop technology related to electrochemical copper refining from spent electronic waste. The Chemical and Process Engineering Department is collaborating with Neocycl to realise a process and Reaction Technology which enables this research. 01-Jan-2022 - 25-Jan-2023 SPARK 2066 - Membraneless Electrolyzer System for Direct Ocean CO 2 Capture MacDonald, Lewis (Researcher) Roy, Sudipta (Principal Investigator) Brightman, Edward (Academic) Li, Jun (Academic) Morrison, Jennie (Researcher) To use a membraneless electrolyser to produce both acid and base streams from a saltwater feed source which can be used in industrial processes. The acid stream will be used to release CO2 from seawater while the base stream will be used to precipitate Mg(OH)2 from sea water. Overall this will decarbonate and sterilise seawater that can then be returned to the ocean 29-Jan-2021 - 31-Jan-2022