Graduate reading for DPhil Materials
University of Oxford
I received my Technical Institute Diploma in Chemistry from the University of Grenoble in 2013 which was in apprenticeship in the Quality Laboratory of Arkema. I was then awarded the Engineering Diploma in Materials Chemistry from the National Graduate School of Chemistry of Montpellier in 2016 which was in apprenticeship with the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA). My project with the CEA was the improvement of 2D and 3D capacitors in microelectronics. Along my studies I did in 2016 a 6 months internship in the Prof Nicole Grobert’s Group on the development of new composites materials for thermal management applications. In 2017, I was awarded an EPSRC fellowship to do my DPhil on Hierarchical Boron Nitride nanomaterials for applications in the energy and telecoms sectors in the Prof Nicole Grobert’s Group.
“Hierarchical Boron Nitride nanomaterials for applications in the energy and telecoms sectors” This project will aim to develop hierarchical boron nitride nanostructures and related composite materials for applications in the energy and telecoms sectors. Various production techniques and combinations of these will be explored along this research including hydrothermal methods, chemical vapour deposition, wet chemistry, and novel techniques to composite manufacturing.
Nanomaterials by Design is based at the Department of Materials at the Begbroke Science Park.
Begbroke Science Park