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Dr Nicodemo Di Pasquale
Lecturer in Chemical Engineering

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Nicodemo Di Pasquale obtained his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering in 2013 at the Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy), defending a thesis on the multi-scale modelling to describe the self-assembly of polymers in micro-reactors using a combination of Computational Fluid Dynamics models and Molecular Dynamics simulations.

In 2014, he worked as a research associate in the School of Chemistry at the University of Manchester on a project based on the application of machine learning and optimization algorithms to computational chemistry problems. After that, he moved to the University of Leicester as Research Associate in Molecular Simulation in the Mathematics Department on a project focused on the development of new models for Free Energy Surface calculation using Thermodynamic Integration techniques.

At the end of 2019, he worked at the University of Notthingham, in the Department of Mathematics, on a project dealing with the CFD study of flows in porous media for environmental and engineering applications (groundwater remediation and chemical reactors). And in 2020 he moved back to the University on Manchester where he worked on the development of Machine Learning models for Molecular Dynamics Simulations applied to the study of next generation of energy storage devices.

He was recently appointed as lecturer in Chemical Engineering at the Brunel University London and his current research interests lie in the development of models for the study of interfaces in different systems, machine learning and the macroscopic description of particles flow and evolution dynamics in Porous Media.