Professor Edman Tsang
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry
Edman Tsang is involved in catalytic science with a particular focus on renewable energies, sustainable fuels and green chemicals production.
Research group are currently working on new technologies for a viable carbon economy, developing new catalysts for hydrogen production – including biomass decompositions.
Another research direction is looking at converting carbon dioxide gas into useful products, while another is involved with other universities in looking at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Recently, Edman launched the spin-out OXGRIN to develop technologies related to the transportation and storage of chemical hydrogen in form of Ammonia.
- Renewable energy
- Sustainable fuels
- Greenhouse gas emissions
- Energy transition
- Plastic chemical recycling
- Ammonia technologies
- Direct Visualization of Substitutional Li Doping in Supported Pt Nanoparticles and Their Ultra-selective Catalytic Hydrogenation Performance
- Rapid Interchangeable Hydrogen, Hydride, and Proton Species at the Interface of Transition Metal Atom on Oxide Surface
- The position of ammonia in decarbonising maritime industry: An overview and perspectives: Part I
- The position of ammonia in decarbonising maritime industry: An overview and perspectives: Part II costs, safety and environmental performance and the future prospects for ammonia in shipping