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Dr Mi Tian

Senior Lecturer in Low Carbon Engineering, Director of PGRs in Engineering.


Dr. Mi Tian is a Senior Lecturer in Low Carbon Engineering and an esteemed member of the Global Sustainability Initiative (GSI) community. As a passionate advocate for sustainable energy, her research primarily focuses on hydrogen energy technologies. Currently, she is exploring innovative hydrogen storage media for low carbon combustion systems and sustainable transportation solutions.

  • Environmentally friendly synthesis of nanoporous materials, such as porous polymers, porous carbons, and metal-organic frameworks (MOFs)
  • Neutron scattering techniques for characterizing hydrogen-based materials
  • Hydrogen storage and transportation solutions
  • Hydrogen and deuterium separation processes
  • Optimization of hydrogen supply chain management

In recognition of her outstanding achievements, Dr. Tian was as recently recognized as an EPSRC-WES Ambassador for Women IN Engineering in 2023. She was named one of the Top 50 Women in Engineering in 2020 and was awarded the Ede & Ravenscroft Prize in 2019. Her recent award-winning presentation at the 4th International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) celebration organized by CEMPS can be viewed here:

For further information on Dr. Mi Tian's research and publications, please visit the following links: