Jessica did her undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences at the University of Bath prior to joining the CDT. Her third year project involved the synthesis and characterisation of building blocks for metal containing polymers, with the potential to be used in small phone and TV screens. She plays a lot of sport, in particular hockey, and likes to socialise regularly with friends.
- Hydrogen storage in novel nanoporous materials for sustainable energy applications in the aerospace industry with Professor Tim Mays and Dr Andrew Burrows; Industrial Partner: Airbus Group – PhD project
- Development of semiconducting oxide materials for applications in energy storage with Dr Andrew Johnson, Professor Michael Hill and Professor Kieran Molloy — 2nd MRes project
- Hydrogen storage (mathematically based) with Professor Tim Mays — 1st MRes project