Prof Adisa Azapagic - personal details
Tel: 0161 306-4363
School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science
The University of Manchester
Adisa holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Environmental Chemical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Environmental Systems Analysis. She is Professor of Sustainable Chemical Engineering in the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science and and Associated Professor of the Sustainable Consumption Institute. She is leading the Sustainable Industrial Systems group which comprises over 20 post-doctoral researchers and Ph.D. students.
Adisa has held a number of fellowships and honorary appointments, some of which include fellowships from the Royal Academy of Engineering, UNESCO and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). She was awarded the IChemE Award for Outstanding Achievements in Chemical and Process Engineering in 2010 and the GSK/CIA Innovation Award in 2011.
For more information visit: http://www.sustainable-systems.org.uk
- Carbon Calculation over the Life Cycle of Industrial Activities (CCaLC), EPSRC/NERC/Carbon Trust
- Carbon Labelling: Methodology and Case Studies
- Co-ordination Action for Innovation in Life-Cycle Analysis for Sustainability (CALCAS), EU FP6
- Eco-IP Partnership for Driving Innovation in the Sector of Bio-based Products (BIOCHEM), EU FP7
- Improving Sustainability of Indoor Environment (PUrE Intrawise), ESPRC
- Improving Sustainability of PVC, EPSRC
- Pollutants in the Urban Environment (PUrE), EPSRC
- Sustainability of Nuclear Power (SPRIng), EPSRC/ESRC
- Sustainable Food Technologies, Tesco/SCI