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Professor Krishna C. Persaud
School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science
The University of Manchester, UK
Research interests in the area of olfaction from physiology to chemistry and involved in the development of gas sensor arrays for sensing odours based on conducting polymers, commercialised by Aromascan plc, now Osmetech plc. He has received a number of awards that include the Prince of Wales Award for Technological Innovation Certificate 1995, European Space Agency Certificate of Achievement in 1997, Silver Medal Royal Academy of Engineering, 1999, Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry 2002, Fellow of the Institute of Measurement and Control 2005. Currently professor of Chemoreception at the University of Manchester.
The School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of Manchester
The School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science(CEAS) is part of the University of Manchester's Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
We are one of the largest and most diverse schools within our discipline in the World, comprising 55 members of academic staff, 50 dedicated contract researchers and 60 technical and administrative support staff.
Our academic staff are at the forefront of their research fields and their enthusiasm for their subjects has given our teaching a reputation for excellence throughout the world.
We carry out research into a wide range of subjects related to the process industries. Each year, our research staff publish more than 150 peer-reviewed papers about our research in academic journals. The School's research work ranges from traditional chemical engineering subjects to software development by our Process Integration specialists to biotechnology research in the Manchester Interdisciplinary Biocentre (MIB).