My research concerns high-throughput screening and design of new inorganic materials for energy applications. I am interested in using machine learning and other low-cost screening techniques to explore vast areas of the chemical landscape. Right now I am applying these tools to exciting new classes of battery materials.
I carried out my PhD within the Walsh Materials Design Group and explored how a combination of empirical rules, and data-mining can be used to supplement accurate electronic structure methods to predict new light-harvesting materials.
2018 - Present: Research Associate (Doctoral Prize Fellowship) - Imperial College London
2015 - 2018: PhD in Sustainable Chemical Technologies - University of Bath
2014 - 2015: MRes in Sustainable Chemical Technologies - University of Bath
2010 - 2014: MChem (Hons) - University of Bath
Publications are listed on my Google Scholar page.
You can see slides I've used for presentations on Speaker Deck.