Dan graduated from the University of Bath with an MChem degree in Chemistry in 2014. He undertook a placement year at Merck Chemicals in Southampton working with materials for microelectronics. His final year research project looked at designing a computational screening method for transparent conducting materials for solar cells. In his spare time, Dan enjoys coaching at the University life saving club, travelling and playing the piano.
- High-throughput Computation of Materials and Interfaces with Professor Aron Walsh, Dr Duncan Allsopp and Dr Ben Morgan; International Partner: Yonsei University — PhD project
- Indium free transparent conducting oxides with Dr Duncan Allsopp and Professor Aron Walsh — 2nd MRes project
- Porous materials to enhance the performance of hydrogen storage tanks with Dr Andrew Burrows and Professor Tim Mays — 1st MRes project