Researchers & academics

The SCCS partnership includes world-class researchers and academics from our Partner Institutes with expertise and experience relevant to the full CCS chain — from CO2 capture, transport and geological storage to public engagement and economic and regulatory analysis. They provide impartial advice and analysis to industry and are key advisors to the Scottish and UK governments. Find out more about them and the focus of their research here.

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  • Abbie Mclaughlin

    Institution: University of Aberdeen Position: Chair in inorganic chemistry
    Key research interests: Synthesis and characterisation of materials that can be used in fuel flexible proton ceramic fuel cells
  • Alison Monaghan

    Institution: British Geological Survey Department: Edinburgh
    Key research interests: 3D modelling applied to carbon storage
  • Alfred Akisanya

    Institution: University of Aberdeen Department: School of Engineering
    Key research interests: Structural analysis and corrosion studies of CCS pipelines; HPHT materials test facilities
  • Alex Kemp

    Institution: University of Aberdeen Department: Business School Position: Professor of Petroleum Economics
    Key research interests: Petroleum economics; integrated returns to investment in CO₂ capture, transportation and storage; economics of CO₂-EOR in UKCS
  • Alessandro Tarantino

    Institution: University of Strathclyde Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Key research interests: Hydro-mechanical behaviour of unsaturated soil
  • Aimaro Sanna

    Institution: Heriot-Watt University Department: School of Engineering and Physical Sciences
    Key research interests: CO₂ capture
  • Andreas Busch

    Institution: Heriot-Watt University Department: Institute of GeoEnergy Engineering
    Key research interests: Hydro-chemical-mechanical coupling in CO<sub>2</sub>&nbsp;and hydrogen storage, geothermal energy production as well as in reservoir seals integrity assessment.
  • Andrew Curtis

    Institution: University of Edinburgh Department: School of GeoSciences
    Key research interests: Seismics, mathematical or quantitative geology, seismology, inverse theory
  • Andy Chadwick

    Institution: British Geological Survey Department: Keyworth
    Key research interests: Extension and inversion tectonics, fault reactivation, seismotectonic, time-lapse geophysics, fluid flow in rocks
  • Andy Mount

    Institution: University of Edinburgh Department: School of Chemistry
    Key research interests: Electrochemistry, modified electrodes, biosensors, microelectrode arrays