I obtained my MPhys in Physics
from the University of Warwick in 2007 and completed my PhD in the thin film magnetism group (TFM) at Cambridge University in 2011 entitled “Electrodeposition, magnetism and growth studies of cobalt, nickel and copper”. I was awarded an EPSRC doctoral prize position to investigate the levelling properties of various additives in copper electrodeposition before moving to ISIS and taking a postdoctoral position investigating spin triplet superconductiviy in ferromagnet/superconductor thin film heterostructures. I currently have research interests in lithium ion batteries, solar cell materials and neutronics for instrument development. I have recently become interested in machine learning and its applications in a scientific context.
- Neutron Reflectivity (including polarised and with polarisation analysis)
- Solar cell materials
- Lithium ion batteries
- Mcstas and neutron instrument development
- Machine learning