James Cugley received the B.Eng. degree in Electronic and Communication Engineering from The University of Kent in 2015. That year was awarded matching grants from BF2RA (Biomass and Fossil Fuel Research Alliance) and EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) to undertake a PhD supervised by Dr. G Lu. within the instrumentation and measurement group at the University of Kent.
His research in the study of combustion and flame uses the analysis of imagery and spectrometry to achieve an online characteristic measurement. Specific area of interest being examination of fossil fuel driven industrial power plant boilers to predict and reduce the emission production.
Room:1.25 - Desk Number:3
University of Kent
'Advanced Flame Monitoring and Emission Predication through Digital Imaging and Spectrometry'
EL033 - Introduction to programming using MATLAB
EL311 - The Robotics Project
EL313 - Introduction to Programming
EL562 - Computer Interfacing
EL565 - Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Systems
EL671 - Product Development
EL875 - Advanced Sensors & Instrumentation Systems