PhD: Ultrafast Laser Diagnostics in Renewable Aero Propulsion
The PhD candidate will develop innovative simultaneous hyperspectral imaging technologies (ultrafast coherent Raman spectroscopy/microscopy), with new powerful capabilities in retrieving spatially and temporally correlated chemical composition and temperature in rapid gas-phase reacting and culture media. Combustors and bioreactors will be investigated on the molecular level, whose transformative diagnostics make available unique in-situ functional studies in the search for new chemical and biological insight and fundamental mechanisms improving their performance. The goal is to reach complete understanding and build predictive engineering models of ultra-low emission combustion modes and renewable fuels (biofuels and H2) in aero propulsion.
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