Kenny Kwong

Senior Thermal Fluids Engineer @ Seabound arrow icon

Kenny Kwong is a Senior Thermal Fluids Engineer at Seabound, specializing in optimizing carbonator designs through the study of transport processes. He also serves as a visiting lecturer at the University of Cambridge.

Professional Title and Role

Kenny Kwong holds the position of Senior Thermal Fluids Engineer at Seabound as of October 2023. He focuses on understanding the transport processes such as momentum, heat, and mass to optimize the design of the carbonator. His work aims to enhance the efficiency and functionality of the carbonator by honing in on these critical transport processes.

Educational Background

Kenny Kwong completed his bachelor, master, and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge. His extensive educational background in Chemical Engineering set a solid foundation for his research and professional pursuits.

Professional Experience in Academia

Before joining Seabound, Kenny Kwong worked as a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge. During his time there, he specialized in chemical looping, contributing to advancements in this area with his research and insights.

Academic Contributions

Kenny Kwong currently serves as a visiting lecturer at the University of Cambridge. He lectures second-year chemical engineering students on heat and mass transfer. Additionally, he supervises courses in process dynamics and control, as well as partial differential equations, sharing his expertise and knowledge with the next generation of engineers.

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