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I'm currently a Rolls Royce Research Fellow in Nuclear Fuel Cladding. My research focusses on developing novel characterisation and analytical tools to understand the corrosion and irradiation performance of zirconium claddings. Throughout my career I have linked advanced characterisation methods with computational analytical tools to develop more standardised methods for materials characterisation. I am currently a COI of the £9m EPSRC Programme Grant, MIDAS where I am focusing on characterising and understanding the detrimental effects of hydrides within irradiated cladding materials. I am currently supervising 3 PhD students within this field. Prior to this, I worked as a consultant at Jacobs where I specialised on the high temperature behaviour of materials. I completed my PhD at the University of Manchester where I won the IOM3 young person lecture award and represented the UK in the world final. I have also represented the UK at both the global young scientist symposium as well as the European technical safety organisations network. Outside of research I really enjoys running, bouldering and can often be found cuddling cats at the local cat shelter.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Engineering, Influence of Metallurgical State on Hydride Precipitation and Reorientation in Zircaloy-4, The University of Manchester

11 Mar 201929 Nov 2021

Award Date: 10 Jan 2022


  • Zr-H
  • Zirconium alloys
  • Zirconium Hydides


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    Burke, G., Engelberg, D., Preuss, M., Frankel, P., Jimenez-Melero, E., Pickering, E., Scenini, F., Stevens, N., Race, C., Connolly, B., Abdallah, M., Armson, S., Attar, H., Barron, P., Bird, J., Brown, A., Bruce, K., Buxton, O., Cassineri, S., Cattivelli, A., Chen, W., Collins, J., Debenham, L., Eaton-Mckay, J., Eguchi, K., Foster, D., Fox, C., Garrett, A., Gredis, A., Grime, T., Hou, J., Howe, B., Hughes, J., Hunt, C., Islam, U., Jalil, R., Jones, C., Kablan, A., Kapousidou, M., Koc, O., Kroll, R., Lang, R., Lennard, J., Liubercev, S., Mahmood, S., Maric, M., Martin, C., Mazzei, G., Rigby-Bell, M., Rogers, M., Sanchez, C., Shah, Z., Stavroulakis, E., Stuglik, P., Suleman, T., Supornpaibul, N., Thornley, S., Volpe, L., Wang, H., Wilson, M., Wilson, A., Woodward, T., Wylie, A., Xu, X. D., Yankova, M., Yildirim, E., Zhou, Y., Zhu, S., Barzdajn, B., Carruthers, A., Cassineri, S., Chang, L., Obasi, G., Palko, S., Reccagni, P., Tang, R., Thomas, R., Unnikrishnan, R., Zhang, Z., Zhou, Y. & Aspinall, A.

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