Shawn graduated from Kettering University in 2012 with a BS in Chemical Engineering, which included fifteen months of research at Argonne National Laboratory investigating lithium ion battery cathodes. He then worked for two years in the automotive industry as a process engineer. In his free time, Shawn enjoys baking, catching Pokémon, and eating marshmallows.
- Ceria-based Engine Exhuast Catalysts with Dr Salvador Eslava, Dr Kevin Robinson and Dr Laura Torrente-Murciano; Partners: Johnson Matthey and University of Cambridge – PhD project
- Sustainable treatment processes for the removal of pharmacologically active compounds from water with Dr Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern, Dr Tom Arnot, and Professor Rod Scott — 2nd MRes project
- Gold-doped ceria – pollution remediation with Dr Laura Torrente-Murciano — 1st MRes project
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