Heather is a Faraday Institution Research Fellow in the group of Prof. Magda Titirici (Department of Chemical Engineering), where she is exploring sustainable materials for energy storage. Her current project focuses on the development of engineered carbon hosts for sulfur cathodes in lithium-sulfur batteries.
Heather obtained her PhD in 2017 from Imperial College developing covalent modification strategies on carbon nanomaterials. She has held postdoctoral research positions at Queen Mary University of London and Imperial College, investigating the fundamental charge storage mechanisms in hard carbon anodes for sodium-ion batteries.
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