- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Thesis title: Control of size and morphology of calcium carbonate crystals made by the reaction of CO2 gas with calcium chloride solution
- Supervisor: Professor David York, Dr Tariq Mahmud (Primary but not in list)
Originally a chemist who studied at a the University of Central Lancashire who specialised in organic chemistry for my undergraduate research project looked at producing a photoactice dye that combine the photodynamic therapy with the detection capabilites of a cyanine dye acheiving a 2:1 in the process. During this I applied to Leeds university to do a taught masters in chemical and process engineering in which I did a research project on producing controlled calcium carbonate microparticles in a bubble reactor acheiving a merit. During this research I got extremely into the project and told my supervisor about an interest in keeping this project going. After I finished my masters I briefly went into management in a civil engineering firm that specialised in road repair in Bristol before starting a PhD continueing my masters work in febuary 2018.
Carbon dioxide minerialisation
Particle formation mechanisms
- BSc(hons) Chemistry
- MSc Chemical and Process Engineering