Radio Frequency and Microwave research
The Group focuses on a variety of multidisciplinary activities.
The group is investigating advanced microwave technologies to address current sustainability goals, climate change and reduction of carbon footprint.
The group is specialising in:
- Theoretical simulation of bespoke systems
- Design and development of bespoke reactors for tailored applications
- Industrial scale prototyping
- Design of unique atmospheric plasma torches
- In-line Microwave Sensor applications
- Microwave processing and pre-processing of materials for manufacturing
- Energy from waste (gasification, pyrolysis and torrefaction)
- Process Enhancement i.e. microwave enhanced electrocoagulation for water purification
The Radio Frequency and Microwave Technologies Research Theme has a very successful history for applying their specialism into real-world applications and has completed research projects funded by the European Union, Innovate UK, UK Ministry of Defence and Carbon Trust. The Group has also received direct funding from industry for projects related to recycling, process enhancement, non-invasive sensing for built environment with the TRL level ranging from 1 to 8.
Get in touch with the team
If you'd like to ask a question or find out more about information about this Group, please contact the team lead using the details below.
Contact: Prof Andy Shaw, Lead of the Radio Frequency and Microwave Technologies Research Theme
Call: 0151 231 2420
Address: Liverpool John Moores University
Peter Jost Centre
The Theme Members are: