I currently work as a Research Project Manager on Innovate UK, Faraday Institution, APC and industry funded projects in the Electrochemical Science and Engineering group, in the department of Mechanical Engineering. These projects focus on the fundamental study of electrochemical energy devices and battery management systems, and their implementation in automotive and stationary power applications. We collaborate with other academic institutions and automotive companies of worldwide reputation.
I have obtained my doctorate degree in 2016 on nanomaterials chemistry, in the group of Prof Milo Shaffer at Imperial College. My doctorate expertise is centered around carbon nanomaterials, specifically the synthesis of hierarchical networks of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene oxide (GO). My scientific background covers the dissolution and the assembly of individualised carbon nanostructures into composite macrostructures (hydrogels and aerogels) or thin films, and their subsequent use as electrodes for supercapacitors, as well as scaffolding for CO2 adsorbent materials. I have extensively worked on Layered Double Hydroxides (LDH), promising inorganic CO2 adsorbents, theirs synthesis and testing for pre-combustion sorption application in specific industrial processes (water gas shift reaction, sorption enhanced methane steam reforming).