Dr David Campbell

BA Biochemistry, Open University, 1989.
PhD Mathematical Modelling, Heriot Watt University, 1992.
Originally a Design Engineer in the defence industry developing chemical treatment and simulation packages for Royal Navy propulsion plant, and joining Heriot Watt University in 1989 as a Research Associate. Continuous research activity in the field of water supply and drainage in the built environment led to a PhD in 1992 and a series of EPSRC funded research grants in the field at national level and publication of national-international level research. Total funding as P.I. or Co.I.: £1.4M. Author of the Recommendations for Secretary of State’s Test Specifications for sanitation Acceptance Tests in 1999. Since 2000, work has also resulted in 4 patents for the university - two jointly with other research group members and two as sole inventor. Other patents under development.Current research interests include water supply and treatment quality and other environmental consequencies of climate change and adaptation.Current duties include research, postgraduate programme director for Architectural Engineering, Admission Tutor for the Architectural Engineering discipline, lecturing, Industrial Advisory Panel co-ordinator.Also active with the Open University as an Associate Lecturer since 1994, teaching all disciplines of 1st year science on S102, S103 and S104.

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