Postdoctoral Researcher, 2016 – Present
George graduated from Durham University with a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2004. Since then he has occupied several roles in small and medium sized companies, with a focus on system design and integration and fuel reforming. He joined the group in 2012 where he is currently studying for a PhD titled ‘In situ studies of strontium titanates as anodes for solid oxide fuel cells’. Much of this work focuses on the development for in situ materials characterisation. George has significant expertise in the design and development of testing rigs and apparatus and is working with a central facility on the design of an in situ conductivity and neutron diffraction variable atmosphere sample environment.
PhD in Chemistry, University of St Andrews
MEng in Mechanical Engineering, Durham University