James graduated with a MPhys in Physics from the University of Bath in 2013. His research project entailed using acoustic backscatter signals from highly directional ultrasound signals to identify deep-water coral species; he approached this using computational and experimental methods. He has an avid interest in conservation and in his free time he enjoys breakdancing, cycling and skating.
- Adventures in Graphene-Based Electronics with Dr Alain Nogaret and Dr Andrew Johnson – PhD project
- The search for superconductivity in few-layer transition metal dichalcogenides with Professor Simon Bending and Professor Mark Weller — 2nd MRes project
- Bio-inspired design and growth of new materials using molecular simulation with Professor Steve Parker and Dr Richard Ball — 1st MRes project