Dr Daniel Holland has been appointed to a University Lectureship in Sustainable Reaction Engineering and will join the academic staff of CEB with effect from 1 September 2011.
Head of Department, Professor Nigel Slater said, "I am delighted to welcome Dan to our academic staff as the third of our recent appointments of talented young Lecturers. The vitality that Dan, Graham and Sabine bring to the department is exceptionally valuable and we all wish them the very best for their future careers."
Dr Holland's research aims to develop the next generation of tomographic imaging techniques to be applied in the field of chemical engineering research, with a particular focus on reducing energy demand in the chemical industries. Currently we are exploring the use of compressed sensing, sparse k-space sampling and Bayesian methods in magnetic resonance data acquisitions.