I graduated an integrated master’s course from Durham university in 2016, with a first-class degree. My Master’s research was on verifying x-ray crystal structure by measuring solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectra and comparing with computational simulations of the crystal structures. I then began a PhD at Sheffield university, which I completed in 2021. My research was on thermally activated delayed fluorescence for organic light emitting diodes within the field of organic electronics. It involved synthesis, electrochemical / spectroscopic analysis, and computational simulations. During my PhD I also wrote popular webpages on voltammetry for the company Ossila.
Currently I research dynamic systems chemistry for application in organic electronics and catalysis. My specialism within the group is synthesis, but my research goes beyond this. I have always felt that a multidisciplinary approach is vital to science.