Project Coordinator - Dr Bhaskar Sen Gupta - Email: B.Sengupta@qub.ac.uk
School of Chemical Engineering
Queen’s University Belfast
David Keir Building, Stranmillis Road
BT9 5AG United Kingdom
The School of Chemical Engineering at Queen’s University Belfast is an internationally known centre for chemical engineering education and research. The research aims of the School are to conduct high quality research in both fundamental and applied Chemical Engineering, to train research students for employment, to promote industrial links and to develop a professional research ethos between colleagues, industry and society. The School has an excellent group of specialist academic and supporting staff, research staff/students and access to well-equipped laboratories, computer networks, libraries and research centres to meet these aims.
Project Manager - The QUESTOR Centre
Mrs Patricia McCrory - Email: P.McCrory@qub.ac.uk
The Queen’s University Environmental Science and Technology Research (QUESTOR) Centre
David Keir Building
Belfast BT9 5AG
Phone: +44-(0)28 9097 5613
Fax: +44-(0)28 9066 1462
The QUESTOR Centre was the first industry-university research co-operative to be founded outside the USA. It is an environmental research centre, established in 1989 to carry out environmental research on behalf of its industrial members. In 1995, the Applied Technology Unit (ATU) was set up, offering a consultancy and technology transfer service to local industry. The ATU facilitates technology transfer from research centre to industrial application; it offers a consultancy service, particularly in the areas of water and wastewater treatment, waste minimisation and energy efficiency. The unit has a suite of pilot-scale water/ wastewater treatment plant, permitting process testing both on-site and in the laboratory. QUESTOR ATU also provides seminars and training courses targeted at industry and has worked extensively with all sectors of industry, including food and textiles, in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.