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BiographyRoger joined the Department of Chemical Engineering at Cambridge in summer 2009 after completing a PhD in ‘Vertical Dense-Phase Pneumatic Conveying from a Fluidised Bed’ at the University of Surrey. He has around 6 years’ experience of practical engineering research and his former areas of interest include spray drying, flow batteries and solids handling.
He is currently working on the LiLa (Library of Labs) project, which aims to make a wide variety of online ‘virtual laboratories’ and ‘remote experiments’ available for educational institutions throughout Europe.
165: Cambridge Weblabs: a Process Control System using industrial standard SIMATIC PCS 7
ref: Technical Report 165, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2016 by Maria Botero, Anders Selmer, Roger Watson, Mukta Bansal, and Markus Kraft
110: An Improved Methodology for Determining Threshold Sooting Indices from Smoke Point Lamps
ref: Technical Report 110, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2011 by Roger Watson, Christopher Ness, Neal M. Morgan, and Markus Kraft
Cambridge Weblabs: a Process Control System using industrial standard SIMATIC PCS 7 ,
Maria Botero, Anders Selmer, Roger Watson, Mukta Bansal, and Markus Kraft, Education for Chemical Engineers, (2016)
An improved methodology for determining threshold sooting indices from smoke point lamps,
Roger Watson, Maria Botero, Christopher Ness, Neal M. Morgan, and Markus Kraft, Fuel 111, 120-130, (2013)
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