Hannah graduated from the University of Bath with an MChem degree in Chemistry (with Industrial Placement) in 2015. For her final year research project, she developed novel precursor molecules for the Chemical Vapour Deposition of Zinc Sulphide (ZnS) for use in photovoltaic devices, sparking her interest in Sustainable Technologies. Over the course of her PhD research, she has focused further on precursor design, developing novel molecular precursors for Atomic Layer Deposition of Transparent Conducting Oxide materials. Outside of her academic life Hannah has a passionate interest in all sports, regularly competing in canoe polo and hockey events, as well as bouldering and hiking whenever she has some spare time.
- Wide Band Gap Semiconductor Materials: Enhancing Efficiencies of GaN LEDs with Dr Andrew Johnson and Dr Duncan Allsopp; Industrial Partner: PragmatIC – PhD project
- Properties of Nanoporous PIM-MOF Composites with Professor Tim Mays, Professor Andrew Burrows and Professor Chris Bowen — 2nd MRes project
- New better rechargeable battery materials with Professor Mark Weller, Professor Saiful Islam and Dr Valeska Ting — 1st MRes project