Nottingham Research Fellowship, Faculty of Science
I was educated at Ernesford Grange School in Coventry, before moving on to the University of Nottingham where I obtained an M.Sci. degree in Physics (2006), and then to The University of Sheffield where I completed a Ph.D. in Polymer Physics under the supervision of Professor Richard A. L. Jones FRS (2010). I then held positions at the Bragg Institute (now the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering) of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, in Sydney, and in the materials science publishing team at Elsevier Ltd., in Oxford. Afterwards, I returned to The University of Sheffield to complete my post-doctoral work in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. I was appointed to the School as a Nottingham Research Fellow in 2020.
I am an experimental chemical physicist studying polymers, nanomaterials and nanocomposites for a wide range of applications, with a specialism in renewable energy. I focus on the study and… read more
I am an experimental chemical physicist studying polymers, nanomaterials and nanocomposites for a wide range of applications, with a specialism in renewable energy. I focus on the study and optimisation of the properties of materials through an understanding of the nanoscale structures and chemical interactions that make up the macroscopic structure. My research is supported by an extensive program of X-ray and neutron scattering techniques at major facilities.
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