Propulsion Futures Beacon Energy Devices Laboratory Technician, Faculty of Engineering
After received my Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nottingham in 2014, I spent over two years at the Electrochemical Technologies Group in the Faculty of Engineering as a Research Associate working on making, processing and recycling energy composite materials for uses in electrochemical energy storage devices, and improving the device performance. I was also the manager of the research group helping manage research projects, supervise students and maintain the safety and working circumstance in the laboratory. I am now working as a technician in Propulsion Futures Beacon Energy Devices Laboratory. My role is to maintain the facilities and instrument, train the lab users and provide technical knowledge and expertise in the support of research activities and development.
- Energy materials synthesis, processing and recycling
- Electrochemical energy storage devices
- Materials analytical techniques