Rob graduated from the University of Bath in 2019 with an MChem Hons in Chemistry, which included a year in industry where he worked as a Future Mobility Intern for Shell Global Solutions. It was during this year in industry that he developed a deep interest in energy storage technologies for automotive applications, especially battery materials for electric vehicles. For his Masters project, which was supervised by Prof. Saiful Islam, he carried out a computational modelling study to investigate the atomic scale properties of a novel battery material. As an AAPS PhD student, he intends to carry out research in the area of structural battery technologies.
|University of Bath, Mechanical Engineering Design and Project Exhibition
To mark the end of the MRes year, the cohort presented posters on the work they completed throughout the Innovation and Evaluation Units
|AAPS Conference 2022
|Committee member and Speaker
The first annual conference to present the students research to a wider audience.
Title of talk: Carbon fibre electrodes for structural batteries