I graduated from Durham University with a Master’s degree in Physics. After this, I worked as a research scientist at the National Physical Laboratory for three years. At NPL I was part of the Emissions and Atmospheric Metrology group, working on the quantification of atmospheric emissions of gases from industrial processes. I was keen to join the LoLo CDT having always been interested in the issues surrounding sustainability.
LoLo students’ work is addressing national research priorities
12th April 2019
W8UP11 – Understanding Ventilation in Occupied Case Study Dwellings with Trickle Vents and Mechanical Extract Fans
30th November 2018
W8UP1 The temporal and spatial variability of ventilation rate in an occupied case-study dwelling