• Edgar Romero

  • Theme:Chemical Energy Converters
  • Project:Semi-empirical design of additively manufactured minimal surfaces for heat exchanger applications
  • Supervisor:Oliver Pountney
  • Industry Partner: GKN
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Edgar completed his MEng in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Surrey in 2019. With the CDT in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems, he saw an extraordinary opportunity to help tackle the multiple sustainability challenges of this generation. His research interests include thermo-mechanical simulations and experiments, software-based solutions and sustainable propulsion technologies for ground, air and space vehicles. He is an AMIMechE and hopes to remain involved in academia, continue to collaborate with industry and contribute to tackling the climate crisis and the sustainability challenges of our time. Among his personal interests are movies, music, politics and science. 

Name Role Description Date Website
University of Bath, Mechanical Engineering Design and Project Exhibition Presentation

To mark the end of the MRes year, the cohort presented posters on the work they completed throughout the Innovation and Evaluation Units

Quarterly PGR Industry Catch Up Presentation

Presented to GKN technical staff and management at their quarterly PGR presentations session, along with fellow sponsored PhD students. While early on in the project, the presentation helped introduce and raise awareness for the project.

AAPS Conference 2022 Committee member and Speaker

The first annual conference to present the students research to a wider audience.

Title of talk: Efficient generation of triply periodic minimal surfaces with quadrilateral meshes

- 13/07/2022

AAPS Conference 2022

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