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Dr Dmitriy Kuvshinov


Dmitriy Kuvshinov

Lecturer, School of Engineering

Post Nominals FHEA
Biography Dr Dmitriy Kuvshinov holds the post of Lecturer in the School of Engineering at the University of Hull.

Dr Kuvshinov has more than 30 years of experience in the development and application of natural gas conversion, carbon capture and utilisation catalytically driven technologies to practical engineering problems at different scales.

His R&D activities are well supported by strong first-hand skills in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and transport processes design with use of COMSOL software.

Doctor Kuvshinov is well recognised expert in the carbon nanomaterials synthesis and application fields.

Dr Dmitriy Kuvshinov is a major contributor to development of wide range of teaching modules starting from CFD Modelling, Materials/Nanomaterials Engineering, Design of a Process equipment and Transport Processes.
Research Interests Carbon nanostructures synthesis, modification and application.
R&D of industrial carbon capture and utilisation technologies.
Design and application of biogas upgrading technologies.
Design and application of Lab-on-a-Chip and miniature devices to fine chemistry and bio-molecular engineering.
Design and application of low-temperature plasma technologies.
Teaching and Learning Dr Kuvshinov contributes to teaching across Chemical Engineering undergraduate and MSc programmes.

Current Teaching:
“Chemical Engineering of Nanomaterials”, (Level 7), (20 credits), (50 hours)
"Transport processes", (Level 5), (20 credits), (50 hours)

Previous Taught Modules
"Chemical engineering of Nanomaterials’’, (Level 7), (10 credits), (25 hours)
"Advanced Process Modelling and Simulation, COMSOL’’, (Level 7), (10 credits), (25 hours)
"Chemical Dynamics and Statics of a Process equipment’’, (Level 4), (10 credits), (25 hours)
Scopus Author ID 6602395198