£1.5m awarded to hydrogen combustion technologies project

£1.5m awarded to hydrogen combustion technologies project

A senior mechanical engineering researcher from University College London (UCL) has been awarded £1.5m to develop hydrogen combustion technologies for power generation and aero-propulsion applications.

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) awarded Dr. Midhat Talibi the funding through its Future Leaders Fellowship to help tackle the ambitious project which is helping resolve a worldwide problem – the global energy crisis.

The Future Leaders Fellowships supports early career researchers and innovators with outstanding potential, enabling each fellow to tackle ambitious and challenging research and innovation.

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