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Dr Clive Steele

Dr Clive Steele

steelech@lsbu.ac.uk

Human Sciences

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I have been teaching at London South Bank University for over 35 years and i am currently Course Director for BSc Forensic Science. I am the module leader for 4 courses: Scientific Skills, Fundamentals of Measurement and Instrumentation, Incident Investigation, and Explosion, Fire and Firearms. My research interests include measurement science as well as chemical and instrumental techniques for materials analysis and chemical reactions, with a special emphasis on calorimetric techniques using reaction and oxygen balance calorimetry.

My subjects include Core Skills for Forensic Science, Measurement Science, Research Methods, Research Project, Chemical and Instrumental methods of analysis, Incident Investigation, Explosion and Fire and Accident Investigation. I am module leader for Environmental and Safety Management which is taught on the final year of the BEng degree in Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Engineering.

I have been course planning chairmen for a number of degree courses including Fire Engineering and Forensic Science. My other interests include measurement science and chemical and instrumental techniques for materials analysis and chemical reactions with a special emphasis on calorimetric techniques using reaction calorimetry and oxygen balance calorimetry.

In the past I have taught a range of subjects on both chemical and Fire Engineering courses ranging from, fire protection and fire dynamics to industry and environment, chemical and power thermodynamics and safety and control.

I have also collaborated with a range of organisations including the Fire Service College and has been an external examiner and external advisor to a number of universities.

Courses taught

Forensic Sciences - BSc (Hons)

Science - Extended Degree Programme

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Current
Miss Sarah Louise HicksDoctoral Research ProjectMRes
Miss Sandra PasantesHazards of Combustion Products and the Use of FTIR Spectrometry as an Analytical Method for Fire EffluentsPhD
Mr Nikolaos Efse PanagiotoutbaPhD
BSc(Hons) Applied Science (1st)

KINGSTON UNIVERSITY

1980
1983
MSc Energy Engineering

SURREY UNIVERSITY

1994
1985
PhD CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY

1985
1988
PGCHE

LONDON SOUTHBANK UNIVESITY

2014
2015
RESEARCH ASSISTANT
LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY

EXPLOSION AND FIRE RESEARCH GROUP

1985
1988
Education
POST DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW
LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY

EXPLOSION AND FIRE RESEARCH GROUP SPONSORED BY THE HEALTH AND SFAETY EXECUTIVE

1989
1990
Education
LECTURER
LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY

LECTURER IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING

1990
1992
Education
SENIOR LECTURER
LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY

SENIOR LECTURER IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING

COURSE DIRECTOR BSc(HONS) FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING

COURSE DIRECTOR BSc(HONS) FORENSIC SCIENCE

1992
2004
Education
PRINCIPAL LECTURER
LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY

PRINCIPAL LECTURER IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING AND FORENSIC SCIENCE

SUBJECT GROUP LEADER IN FORENSIC SCIENCE

COURSE DIRECTOR FORENSIC SCIENCE

2004
2016
Education
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
LONDON SOUTHBANK UNIVERSITY

COURSE DIRECTOR AND SUBJECT LEAD FORENSIC SCIENCE

2006
Education
INSTITUTION OF FIRE ENGINEERS
1992
SENIOR FELLOW OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACADEMY
2016
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE
External examiner

FIRE INVESTIGATION

September 2010
September 1915
KINGSTON UNIVERSITY
External examiner

FORENSIC SCIENCE

FORENSIC SCIENCE

September 2005
September 2010