Researcher biography

My research interests are in materials for energy generation and storage with specific interest in electrochemistry and electron microscopy

I joined the School of Mechanical & Mining Engineering at UQ as a Lecturer in 2016 and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2020.

I received my PhD from UQ in Chemical Engineering in 2007. Since completing my PhD I spent 4 years at DTU-Energy (Danish Technical University) and subsequently 5 years at the Robinson Research Institute at Victoria University of Wellington.

My interests are concerned with: in-situ methods for characterising fuel cell and battery materials, the application of machine learning in new material design, development of new materials for novel battery systems (including solid state batteries) and understanding degradation mechanisms in fuel cell and battery systems.