Energy Technology Partnership (ETP)
Business Development Manager, 2021 – present
Liam obtained his MChem degree in Chemistry with Drug Discovery from the University of Strathclyde in 2015. He subsequently undertook a PhD at the University of Glasgow, under the supervision of Professor Graeme Cooke, designing, synthesising and characterising organic materials for energy conversion and storage applications with a particular focus on triptycene based materials for photovoltaic applications. After defending his thesis in 2019, Liam held a postdoctoral position in Professor Graeme Cook’s group developing (iso) alloxazines as electrode materials for lithium and sodium ion batteries. Liam is the Business Development Manager for the Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) within the Energy Conversion and Storage section.