Lecturer, Fuel cell technology, Uppsala University, Sweden. (Short Courses)
Lecturer, Fuel cell technology, University of Exeter. (Short Courses)
Materials Physics - MSE 105
This course is designed to give students a firm foundation in the fundamentals of Materials Physics required in subsequent years of study and to serve as a valuable self-standing unit. The mission of Materials Physics is to explain the physical origins of materials properties. The course content takes into account the broad spectrum of pre-university syllabi.
Electroceramics - MSE 411
The aim of the course is to gain an understanding of the fundamental science governing the electronic and ionic conductivity of metal oxides and to then use this knowledge to describe the operation of devices based on these properties, such as gas sensors, fuel cells, batteries, varistors and PTCRs.
Materials Characterisation - MSE 302
This course is designed to give students a firm foundation in the fundamentals of Materials Characterisation required in subsequent years of study, in particular in their long research project and internships. The mission of Materials Characterisation is to explain the use of advanced techniques for the study of structure-property relationships in materials. The course content takes into account the exposure of the students to characterisation methods in years 1 and 2.