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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

I am a Ph.D. student who joined the combustion group in 2020, after taking my undergraduate and master's degrees in chemical engineering here at Cambridge. My research, supervised by Dr Ewa Marek, is in investigating how chemical looping can be used in chemical production, such as for propylene oxide and ammonia, and is supported by scholarships from the University Vice-Chancellor, Cambridge Trust, and EPSRC.

I currently supervise CET Part I Homogeneous Reactors, and Heat & Mass Transfer, for Emmanuel College and Murray Edwards College.

Outside of PhD work, I am on the committees of C.U.R.A. and C.U.S.B.C., and run the Emmanuel College Film Society (CinEmma).


Combustion Group, Dr Ewa Marek and Professor John Dennis

Chemical Looping, Epoxidation, Catalysis


2020 - MEng, BA Chemical Engineering, 1st Class, University of Cambridge (awaiting graduation)


Teaching and Supervisions


Currently supervising Part I Homogeneous Reactors and Heat & Mass Transfer

PhD student
Alexander Harrison, presenting his MEng research poster

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