Stephen graduated with an MPhys (Physics with Astronomy) degree from Durham University in 2011. During his final year of study he undertook a project in the Organic Opto-Electroactive Materials group investigating the dye photosensitization of titania for direct carbon dioxide conversion to hydrocarbons. Outside of academia he enjoys squash, football and hiking.
- Computer Modelling of new Cathode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries with Professor Saiful Islam and Professor Tim Mays; Industrial Partner: Sharp Laboratories of Europe – PhD project
- Atomic scale computer modelling of new oxide materials for lithium batteries with Professor Saiful Islam — 2nd MRes project
- Monolithic oil vapour recovery unit based on novel adsorbent low pressure drop technology with Dr Semali Perera and Professor Tony James — 1st MRes project