Our team of talented professionals has the expertise to work on innovation projects and to help solve global challenges.
We work as an integral part with our collaborators to help research and develop technologies for a sustainable future.
1) Energy storage: Li and Na-ion batteries, grid-scale energy storage.
2) Energy conversion: power from salinity gradients (blue energy), seawater desalination and delithiation.
3) Electrocatalysis: organic molecules electroxidation, ORR and HER reactions, carbon dioxide sequestration and electroreduction.
Phil developed laser processing tools for the manufacture of thin film photovoltaic panels. Prior to this, he was part of a small team that developed the first micro stepper Extreme UltraViolet (EUV) for Intel (these tools are early prototypes for future production tools).
Phil is supported by a BSc in Business Studies from Wedel (Germany), a Masters in Sustainable Energy Futures from Imperial College and an interdisciplinary fellowship for his doctorate at the UK Energy Research Center.