Charles W. Dunnill

Senior Lecturer in Energy, Swansea University

Senior lecturer working for the Energy Safety Research Institute at Swansea University.

As the world moves more to renewable energy resources there is a growing challenge to balancing YOUR energy requirements and the availability of renewable sources. I advocate and research the use of Hydrogen as the perfect universal energy carrier to store, transport and correlated these renewable energy supplies. I also work in Sulfur polymers research. I am now a senior lecturer at the new ESRI at Swansea University with an MSc in Chemistry from Nottingham and a PhD in nanomaterials from Glasgow University. My previous posts at UCL Chemistry include a prestigious Ramsay Fellowship and a post-doc in photocatalytic self-cleaning materials and photocatalysts. In my spare time, I play canoe polo, a game likened to 5-a-side Rugby but in boats and keep Bees in my back garden.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in Energy, University of Swansea

Education

  • 2008 
    Glasgow, PhD Nano materials

Honours

FRSC, ex Ramsay Fellow. Chartered Chem, Chartered Sci, Fellow HEA