Imperial College London


Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Earth Science & Engineering

Research Postgraduate







Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus





I am a PhD researcher based in in the Department of Earth Science and Engineering. My research centres on understanding the complexation of transition row metals with siderophores, in particular with mugineic acids. This involves studying the structure and reactivity of metal-ligand complexes using experimental (potetiometry, voltammetry) and theoretical (density functional theory) techniques. Efforts are targeted towards trying to understand the role of these processes as a possible controlling factor in the Zn efficiency of rice and elucidating how changing compositions of aqueous solutions are modifying complexation kinetics and stability. I am supervised by Prof, Dominik Weiss, Prof. Ramon Vilar, Prof. Patricia Hunt and Dr. Danny O'Hare. 


2017 - Present - PhD student, Imperial College London

2016 - 2017 - Environmental Technology MSc, Imperial College London

2012 - 2015 - Environmental Geoscience BSc, University of Bristol 

Teaching Assistant

ESE315 Climate

ESE 286 Environmental Geochemistry and Climate Report

ESE 125 Chemistry for Geoscientists