Dr Aman Dhir MEng, PhD In 'People' PeopleAdmin and support staff Back to 'Chemical Engineering' School of Chemical EngineeringTeaching FellowCentre Manager, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research Contact details Telephone+44 (0) 121 414 5081Emaila.email@example.com AddressSchool of Chemical EngineringUniversity of Birmingham Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2TT UK Qualifications Chemical Engineering MEng (Hons) 1st Class, University of Birmingham - 2004 PhD Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham - 2008 Teaching Undergraduate: Sustainable Development Product Formulation & Design Postgraduate: Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Public Engagement & Awareness in Energy Postgraduate supervision Currently co -supervise 12 PhD students and several Masters students PhD opportunities Powered By FindAPhD.com Browser does not support script.Browser does not support script. Research Research Themes Solid Oxide Fuel Cells SOEC SOFC Stacking and Degradation Fuels For SOFC Systems Integration Other activities Aman also has several other responsibilities: - Day to day operations of the Fuel Cell lab. This includes tours and dissemination of the technology to visitors from UK and abroad. Microcab vehicle training. Fuel Cell lab Health, safety and awareness. Supervisor of several research projects - BEng & MEng. Projects with secondary schools. Guest lectures on "SOFC" and "Hydrogen & Fuel cells" for undergraduate, postgraduate and residential courses. Headstart - Chemical Engineering Labs. Chemical Engineering Taster Course. University Open Days & Admissions tours. Mentor to new PhD students. Website manager. Publications Up to date Google Scholar A select few: K. Kendall, B.G. Pollet, A. Dhir, I. Staffell, B. Millington, J. Jostins. (2010) "Hydrogen Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicles (HFCHV) for Birmingham Campus". K. Kendall, A. Dhir & C. Yong (2010) "Strength by Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM): Molecular dynamics of water layer squeezing on magnesium oxide” K. Kendall, A. Dhir & S. Du (2009) “A new measure of molecular attractions between nanoparticles near kT adhesion energy”. Nanotechnology 20 Link A. Dhir (2008) "Improved Microtubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells" PhD thesis, University of Birmingham A. Dhir and K. Kendall (2008) "Microtubular SOFC anode optimisation for direct use on methane" Journal of Power Sources 181(2): 297-303 Link A. Dhir and K. Kendall (2007). "Improving Reliability of Microtubular SOFCs for Direct Use on Methane." ECS Transactions 7(1): 823-828. Link Yong, C., W. Smith, A. Dhir and K. Kendall (2007). "Transition from elastic to plastic deformation as asperity contact size is increased." Tribology Letters 26(3): 235-238. Link .