Dr James Winterburn

Lecturer

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Overview

James joined the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science as a Lecturer in 2013 and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2018. His current research interests are focused around industrial biotechnology and the efficient production and separation of bio-based products, including biosurfactants and biopolymers. He is also Director of Student Recruitment and Admissions for Chemical Engineering. Prior to his Lectureship James worked as a Post-doctoral Research Associate in the Multiphase Processing Group on an EPSRC funded Challenging Engineering Project.

James obtained a PhD in the area of biosurfactant production and separation from The University of Manchester in 2011, supervised by Dr Peter Martin and funded by EPSRC and Unilever, following which he was awarded a six month EPSRC Doctoral Prize. He graduated with a MEng in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford in 2007. 

Biography

  • MEng Engineering Science – University of Oxford (2007)
  • PhD – The University of Manchester (2011)

External positions

Associate Editor, Biochemical Engineering Journal

Jul 2017 → …

Vice-Chair Biochemical Engineering Special Interest Group, Institute of Chemical Engineers

Jul 2016 → …

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