Reshma is a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow in the Department of Materials. Her research interests include understanding (electro)chemical reactivity at solid-gas and solid-liquid interfaces using operando spectroscopic techniques. Using such mechanistic insight, she aims to discover active, stable and low-cost catalysts for energy conversion technologies.
Reshma holds a MEng degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Southampton (2014). In June 2019, she completed her PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she worked with Professor Yang Shao-Horn on understanding the fundamental processes that occur at oxide-water interfaces under electrochemical conditions that are relevant for water splitting (The race to develop renewable energy technologies). In January 2020, she moved to Imperial College London, to conduct her postdoctoral research with Professor James Durrant in the Department of Chemistry and Dr. Ifan Stephens in the Department of Materials.
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