DEI Co-Director Dr Douglas Halliday talks with Dr Britta Turner about his research in solar cells, European Universities and the importance of interdisciplinary education. Listen to the podcast here
Dr Charlotte Adams interviews Professor Simone Abram on her career, the importance of interdisciplinarity, the transition from Engineer to Anthropology and why people matter. Listen to the Podcast here.
Professor Simon Hogg talks with Professor Jon Gluyas about his career, collaborations, emerging geothermal research and the importance of the DEI. Listen to the podcast here.
Professor Sandra Bell talks to Dr Charlotte Adams about her career in mining and heat research. Listen to the podcast here
Dr Andrew Crossland speak with Dr Britta Turner, both Alumni of Durham Energy Institute's Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy about his research, his career to date, creating MyGridGB and his recent book on Decarbonising Electricity. Listen to the Podcast here
Links to MyGridGB here
Links to Decarbonising Electricity here
DEI's Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy here
Dr John Bothwell speaks with Professor Simone Abram about his work on biofuels, seaweed, the challenges of climate change and an approach from the Dominican Repulic. The full podcast can be listened to here
Dr Chris Groves speaks with Dr Douglas Halliday about his research in organic semiconductors, the future of solar cells, training the next generation of energy researchers and why he feels like a kid in a sweetshop. Listen here
Links to Dr Groves Research page here: https://community.dur.ac.uk/chris.groves/?page_id=2
Links to further information on the ReNU CDT: https://renu.northumbria.ac.uk/
Links to the North East Centre for Energy Materials: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/necem/
Follow Dr Groves on Twitter here: @Dr_G_UK
DEI Diaries podcasts are available on Soundcloud here: DEI Durham