Nigel Brandon’s research is focused on electrochemical devices for low carbon energy applications, with a particular focus on fuel cells, electrolysers, and batteries.
He is Director of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cells SUPERGEN Hub (www.h2fcsupergen.com), and Chair of Imperials Sustainable Gas Institute (www.imperial.ac.uk/sustainable-gas-institute).
He is a founder of Ceres Power (www.cerespower.com), an AIM listed fuel cell company spun out from Imperial College in 2000, a founder and Director of RFC Power (www.rfcpower.com), a flow battery company spun out from Imperial College in 2018, and a Partner in Galvanic Energy, which offers specialist Consultancy services in the electrochemical technology space (https://galvanicenergy.co.uk).
Musa has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and was the Lead for British Gas Research and Technology Centre in his early days.
He specialises in Offshore Engineering, Maintenance & Reliability Engineering, Pressure Systems, Gas Transportation and Metering & Gas Storage, as well as Structural Integrity of Pressure Vessels & Pipework .
He has held the role of Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor at numerous prominent Universities in the UK and Middle East and has a long and proven track record of delivering success through innovative solutions to challenging projects.
Mike is a highly accomplished Mechanical Engineer, having worked at BP as Engineering Design Manager responsible for the design of all research pilot plant & laboratory equipment, before being appointed to Manager, Engineering Sciences Branch with R&D project team responsibilities for Chemical Engineering, Metallurgy & Corrosion, Manufacturing, Environmental and Harsh Fluid Engineering, Multi-phase fluid flow and Engineering & Computing services.
Mike then went on to work with British Gas delivering to time, cost & quality a significant number of major engineering research projects.
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