Thomas Scott

Thomas Scott

School of Chemical Engineering

Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology

I am a chemical engineering researcher at the University of Adelaide. The focus of my PhD research is on hydrothermal liquefaction; an up and coming technology capable of simultaneously treating waste and producing biofuel.

While completing my studies I have also taken on a research role with the HILT CRC, taking a look at the enviromental impacts of our heavy industries in Australia through a lifecycle analysis. I have also taken on teaching roles in the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials.

Hydrothermal Processing
Brewery Engineering
Life Cycle Assessment of Heavy Industry Processes

Course Coordinator:

CHEM ENG 3036 - Unit Operations Laboratory 

Lead Teaching assistant:

CHEM ENG 2010 - Process Design II

CHEM ENG 2014 - Heat and Mass Transfer 

CHEM ENG 3034 - Chemical Reactor Engineering

CHEM ENG 3033 - Separation Process Engineering

CHEMENG 4074 - Brewery Engineering

Project Supervision:

CHEM ENG 4056/4014 - Process Design IV/Plant Design Project

CHEM ENG 4054 - Research Project

  • Committee Memberships

    Date Role Committee Institution Country
    2018 - 2022 Representative Chemical Engineering and Materials Student Society The University of Adelaide Australia

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