NanoDTC PhD Student, c2017
I completed a master’s degree Chemistry as an undergraduate at University College London (UCL) before joining the NanoDTC in 2017 and becoming a member of Girton College. After mini (8-week) projects working on DNA nanotechnology and perovskite solar cells, my midi (13-week) project working on Metal–Organic frameworks (MOFs) set me on a path at the boundary between chemistry and Materials science which I am now pursuing further as my PhD project. My work focuses on the application of MOFs as battery materials for sodium and lithium ion batteries.
PhD Supervisors:Dr. Thomas D. Bennet – Department ofMaterials Science and Metallurgy and Dr. Siân E. Dutton– Department of Physics
Research Keywords: Impedance Spectroscopy, Pair-distribution Function Analysis, Thermal Characterisation, X-ray Diffraction