About me

Lecturer in Applied Nuclear Physics

Science Communicator

I have spent the last decade using a range of techniques to explore wonderful, beautiful and complex materials.  My interests have encompassed strange magnetic phenomena in ceramics and nanoparticles, working with a temperamental cryogenically cooled superconducting magnet, exploring material structures at the super bright French and Japanese X-ray sources, developing optics and detecting nuclear and radiological materials. Some of the materials I’ve studied may even find their way into future fridges or hips. If you would like to chat about a future event please drop me a line via my contact page.