2012 - present: PhD research and supervising 1A students for Trinity Hall.
2014-2015: Co supervised a Part III student on a titanium binary phase investigation.
2013-2014: Co supervised a Part III student on artefact formation in titanium.
2011-2012: Investigated the mechanical properties of titanium fasteners for aerospace applications for ESA-ESTEC in Holland.
2010-2011: My masters research project investigated the micro-mechanisms of superplasticity.
2007-2011: MEng in Materials Science, University of Oxford.
My work probes metastable beta titanium alloys with the aim of further increasing the strength of this class of alloys. Using electron, neutron and x-ray scattering coupled with RMC modelling and multislice simulations, I am investigating the transformation mechanisms on an atomic length scale between the phases in this system.
Measuring thread load distributions using 3-dimentional optical deformation analysis. 12th European Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials & Environmental Testing (2012) at ESA-ESTEC Noordwijk, The Netherlands.