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Dr Janie Ling-Chin

Assistant Professor (Research)

BEng, MSc, PhD


Affiliations
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Assistant Professor (Research) in the Department of EngineeringE268 Higginson 
Fellow in the Durham Energy Institute  

Biography

About Me

Dr Janie LING CHIN is an early career researcher currently managing "A Network for Hydrogen-fuelled Transportation" (Network-H2) and the "Thermal Energy Challenge Network" funded by the Research Council UK. Her research areas primarily focus on life cycle assessment and thermal management whilst she is involved in the technical research on carbon capture, storage and utilisation (CCUS) and health index of electrical energy storage. In addition, she has the specialist skills essential to project management, which are built upon her qualification (MSc in Project Management) and strengthened via professional development (PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner certificates in Project Management) and hands-on experience in managing 5 on-going/previous research network projects. To date, she has organised and delivered more than 20 national and international stakeholder engagement activities.

Research interests

  • Life cycle assessment
  • Thermal management
  • Carbon capture, storage and utilisation
  • Hydrogen technology
  • Health index of electrical energy storage

Publications

Chapter in book

Conference Paper

  • Giampieri, A., Ling-Chin, J., Taylor, W., Smallbone, A. & Roskilly, A. P. (2019), Moving towards low-carbon manufacturing in the UK automotive industry, in Yan, J, Yang, HX, Li, H & Chen, X eds, Energy Procedia 158: 3381-3386.
  • Ling-Chin, J., Taylor, W., Davidson, P., Reay, D., Tassou, S. & Roskilly, A.P. (2019), UK policies and industrial stakeholder perspectives on building thermal performance, 158: 3375.
  • Jiang, L, Gonzalez-Diaz, A, Ling-Chin, J, Roskilly, AP & Smallbone, AJ (2019), Performance analysis for post-combustion CO2 capture from a natural gas combined cycle power plant using activated carbon, The 5th International Conference Sustainable Thermal Energy Management (SusTEM2019). China.

Journal Article