PhD Candidate, Heterogeneous Systems CDT, University of Warwick
|2021-2022||MSci Natural Sciences (Materials Science)||University of Cambridge|
|2018-2021||BA Natural Sciences||University of Cambridge|
My current research involves the application of machine learning potential frameworks to model the fracture behavior of amorphous carbon. More broadly, my interest lies in applying computational and data-driven models to gain insight into the science of materials.
|Armourers & Brasiers' Departmental Prize (4th year undergraduate Materials Science)||£100|
|Physics Part 1B practical prize (2nd year undergraduate Physics)||£250|
|Wheatley Prize (1st year undergraduate Chemistry)||£100|
|Queens' College Foundation Scholar||£200|
|Queens' College Exhibition Scholar||£100|
Performing & Scientific Speaking
Performed a solo science comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe 2022 about AI titled Artificial Incompetence.
Passionate about scientific speaking and making science accessible!