Dr Matthew Brannock has over 20 years of experience in the evaluation and design of water treatment processes covering conventional drinking water treatment, demineralisation, water for cooling, desalination & brine management within engineering consulting & academia. He has over 30+ publications and conference presentations in high impact journals and industry conferences covering water treatment for the power, oil and gas sectors, brine management, CFD modelling and membranes. Recently Matthew and his GHD co-authors have published a number of papers on water for hydrogen including one awarded runner up for Best Environment Paper at the IDA World Water Congress in Sydney in October 2022 and a conference paper at the IWA World Water Congress in Copenhagen Denmark in September 2022.
Matthew is also the co-creator of the software package EVS: Water (formerly AqMB Designer) which is process engineering design, simulation and predictive analytics software for water and waste water treatment. He has also been involved in teaching courses for process modelling for water treatment professionals for the last 10 years with of Institution of Chemical Engineers and the University of Queensland.
Both Chartered Engineer and Chartered Scientist which gives him a unique perspective on the combination of engineering and chemistry challenges involved in hydrogen production
Tuesday 9th May, 14:00 – 15:30: Water Opportunities for the Energy Transition