Adisa Azapagic - SCI Professorial Research Fellow
Adisa is a Professorial Research Fellow of the SCI and Professor of Sustainable Chemical Engineering in the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science. She is leading the Sustainable Industrial Systems group (www.sustainable-systems.org.uk) comprising 25 post-doctoral researchers and PhD students.
Adisa's research interests include sustainable technology, sustainable production and consumption, life cycle assessment, carbon footprinting, and corporate sustainability. She has published widely in these areas, including three books.
Over the past five years she has led on a number of research projects, including four major research consortia:
• Pollutants in the Urban Environment (PUrE), £2m project funded by EPSRC under the Sustainable Urban Environment Programme;
• Pollutants in the Urban Environment: An Integrated Framework for Improving Sustainability of the Indoor Environment (PUrE Intrawise), £2.3m project funded by EPSRC under the Sustainable Urban Environment Programme;
• Carbon Calculation of Industrial Activities over the Life Cycle (CCaLC), £1m project funded by the Carbon Trust, EPSRC and NERC under the Carbon Vision Industry Programme; and
• Sustainability Assessment of Nuclear Power: An Integrated Approach (SPRIng), £2.3m project funded by EPSRC and ESRC under the Energy Programme.
Adisa has held a number of fellowships and honorary appointments, some of which include fellowships from the Royal Academy of Engineering, UNESCO and the Erskine Visiting Fellowship from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand.