Professor Eric May

Eric May

Centre Director, UWA

Eric is the Chevron Chair in Gas Processing at UWA and together with Professor Michael Johns leads the Fluid Science and Resources Division in the School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics. In 2012 Eric was awarded the Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year for outstanding achievement in science that advances, or has the potential to advance, human welfare or benefits society.  Eric’s research expertise is in the area of Gas Processing including thermophysics, gas separations and hydrates.

Training Centre Projects: Microscale LNG Facility for R&D, PVT Measurements & Modelling for LNG , Multi-phase Flow & Boil Off Rates in Offshore LNG Production Systems, Novel Sensors for Smart Production, Reducing MEG Use Through Under-Inhibited Operations, Probabilistic Hydrate Formation Risk, Bio-compatible Anti-Agglomerants, Synthesising Low Cost Zeolites from Fly Ash. PSA for Separating N2 & He from Natural Gas, Synergistic CO2 & H2O Removal in FLNG Operations

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