Professor Frank Marken, Department of Chemistry, is the academic lead on the KTP, and Dr Benjamin Metcalfe, Head of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath, the academic supervisor. They will be providing expertise and research capabilities in the electrochemistry of corrosion for further understanding of processes involved in subsea environments.
Professor Marken says: “We look forward to starting this newly awarded KTP with Viper Innovations which will support an exchange of technical capabilities, upskill staff and most importantly strengthen a culture of applied collaborative partnering”.
Guangqiao Xu, Head of Research at Viper Innovations and industrial supervisor, says:
“This initiative will strengthen our positions in the current markets, contributing directly into our product research and development, driving technical advancements and gaining insights that are crucial for future market diversifications.”