Rebecca Shutt

University College London


Research Project: Nanomanipulation of charged 2D materials for application
Chris Howard (UCL) and Cecilia Mattevi (Imperial)

Rebecca graduated from the University of Oxford with a MChem in Chemistry in 2016. Her final year project in the Vincent Group, Oxford, utilised in-situ FTIR to study unusual inhibition of hydrogenase enzymes. She went on to pursue research interests in sustainable energy, working in industry for two years at UK SME and sodium-ion battery technology developer, Faradion Ltd. She has joined Chris Howard’s group to look at nanomanipulation of charged 2D materials and explore potential applications in various energy storage devices.