Dr. Somorin is keen to develop integrated energy and environmental solutions. Her research is at the forefront of faecal waste conversion with an established track record in integrated energy systems through synergistic utilization of faecal waste resources. She is a Lecturer/Chancellor Fellow in the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Strathclyde, UK, bringing on-board 8 years’ multidisciplinary research experience and background in applied sciences and engineering. Before joining Strathclyde, she was at Cranfield University, developing sanitary micro-combustors for the on-site conversion of human waste to energy as part of a Bill & Melinda Gate Foundation funded-project. She has also contributed to other high-value research projects including RAEng funded projects in collaboration with ASOMECSA and Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia, and “Faecal Waste Drying Characterisation” project with the University of KwaZulu Natal and Swansea, University, UK. Dr. Somorin has co-authored more than 20 journal articles, conference proceedings, patents, and book chapters. She is an Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy and a member of the Energy Institute, with an ongoing commitment to encouraging girls to a career in STEM. She was one of the recipients of the 2015 Cranfield University’s Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education, in recognition of the University’s contribution to education and research on water and sanitation for developing countries. She received nominations in 2016 and 2017 for the UK Top 50 Women in Engineering and awarded in the environment and engineering award category of the 2017 Women Leaders Milton Keynes Awards.