I graduated from King’s College London in 2007 with an MSci (Hons) in Mathematics. I completed a PhD from UCL in 2011 on the modelling of fluid flow and ductile fractures, in the course of which I was a co-recipient of the IChemE Frank Lees Medal for my collaborative work with the HSE on CO2 pipelines safety.
I took up a research associate followed by a Teaching Fellowship at UCL, during which I participated in a number of projects sponsored by the EC, EPSRC, UKCCSRC and Industry.
In December 2015 I joined the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Sheffield as a Lecturer.
My research focusses on mathematical modelling, process analysis and optimisation with a particular focus on clean energy processes, energy storage and energy systems. Key areas include:
the development of agent-based models for energy systems and technology adoption
techno-economic analysis of energy storage technologies
scheduling and supply chain analysis
Uncertainty quantification and Gaussian Processes