Imperial College London
Research Project: Novel photocathodes for hydrogen production
Supervisors: Dr Salvador Eslava (ICL), Tim Totton (BP-ICAM)
Bradley graduated in Chemistry with a year in industry from the University of Liverpool. He then went on to complete a MRes in Catalysis at Imperial College London involving a final research project focusing on plastic electronics for use in antimicrobial resistance. He is now working in the Dr Salvador Eslava’s group developing novel photocathodes for Hydrogen production. His project will be equally computational, involving software modelling, and experimental involving a range of material characterisation techniques. His project is funded by the BP-ICAM.