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Department of Civil Engineering

Dr Patryk Kot

Dr Patryk Kot

Telephone: 0151 231 2420

Biography

Dr Patryk Kot graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Technology, MSc (Eng) in Microelectronic Systems Design and a PhD entitled “The feasibility of using EM waves in determining the moisture content and factors effecting measurements in building fabrics”, completed in 2017. From 2016, he worked as a Research Assistant with the Built Environment and Sustainable Technologies (BEST) Research Institute working on Healthcare sensor technologies. He has also completed his Associated Fellow in Higher Education Academy program. In 2017, he became a Senior Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University within the Civil Engineering department whilst leading multiple research projects in sensor technology, structural health monitoring and energy from waste funded by external grants.
His area of expertise also involves: electromagnetic fine elements modelling; non- destructive testing; electronics hardware; PCB design, development and manufacture; embedded software development; industrial software development; 3D Visualisation; sensor development; machine learning; industrial collaboration; external engagement.

Languages

Polish

Degrees

2016, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PhD entitled "The feasibility of using EM waves in determining the moisture content and factors effecting measurements in building fabrics"
2013, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MSc Microelectronics System Design
2012, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) Computer Technology

Publications

Journal Articles

Teng KH, Shaw A, Ateeq M, Al-Shamma a A, Wylie S, Kazi SN, Chew BT, Kot P. 2017. Design and implementation of a non-invasive real-time microwave sensor for assessing water hardness in heat exchangers Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, :1-15 >DOI

Teng K, Ateeq M, Shaw A, Al-Shamma'a A, Kazi SN, Chew BT, Kot P. 2017. NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION ON USING AN ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE SENSOR TO DETECT WATER HARDNESS IN WATER COOLING SYSTEM INDUSTRY International Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications, 7 :38-47 >DOI

Kot P, Shaw A, Riley M, Ali AS, Cotgrave A. 2017. The Feasibility of Using Electromagnetic Waves in Determining Membrane Failure Through Concrete INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, 15 :355-362 >DOI >Link

Kot P, Ali AS, Shaw A, Riley M, Alias A. 2016. The application of electromagnetic waves in monitoring water infiltration on concrete flat roof: The case of Malaysia CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 122 :435-445 >DOI >Link

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Kot P, Shaw A, Jones KO, Cullen JD, Mason A, Al-Shamma'a AI. 2015. The feasibility of electromagnetic waves in determining the moisture content of concrete blocks 2015 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SENSING TECHNOLOGY (ICST), 2015 9th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST) :251-256 >Link

Kot P, Shaw A, Jones KO, Cullen JD, Mason A, Al-Shamma'a AI. 2015. The feasibility of using electromagnetic waves in determining defects of concrete flat roof Faculty of Engineering and Technology Research Day

Kot P, Shaw A, Jones KO, Mason A, Al-Shamma'a AI. 2014. The Feasibility of Using Electromagnetic Waves in Determining the Moisture Content of Building Fabrics and the Cause of Water ingress 9th Built Environment and Natural Environment (BEAN) Conference 1 :47-49

Kot P, Cullen JD, Al Jader M, Shaw A, Mason A, Al-Shamma'a A, Cockcroft T, Jackson S, Cleave M. 2014. Modular multi-channel GPS environmental logger Proceedings of the International Conference on Sensing Technology, ICST, 2014-January :225-229

Kot P, Shaw A, Jones KO, Cullen JD, Mason A, Al-Shamma'a AI. 2014. The feasibility of using electromagnetic waves in determining the moisture content of building fabrics and the cause of the water ingress Proceedings of the International Conference on Sensing Technology, ICST, 2014-January :604-608

Theses / Dissertations

Kot P. The feasibility of using EM waves in determining the moisture content and factors effecting measurements in building fabrics Shaw A, Jones K, Al-Shamma'a A.