I started my research life at Imperial College London working in the area of Magnetic Fusion Energy. My main PhD research was undertaken in collaboration with the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE), working on stability problems in tokamaks.
My post-doctoral time was spent at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden developing theoretical modelling tools in collaboration with the Institute for Fusion Studies in Austin, Texas.
As a Junior Research Fellow at Imperial College London I worked with fusion start-up Tokamak Energy and also investigated alternative fusion concepts involving combinations of electric and magnetic fields. I also became interested in the role of visualisation in science through projects such as Plasma Art and Play with Particles.
Today, I am most interested in the field of cold fusion, otherwise known as low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) . Challenged by my friend to try and replicate cold fusion results for under £1000, I decided to build my own reactor and repeat the work of Les Case.
For a more detailed summary of my research, including peer review publications and invited talks, please download my CV.