I am a synergistic, hard working young professional with excellent problem-solving skills. I also possess two years of experience in employment, which is the reason I’ve gone back to university to get paid for doing something I love.
I studied for my undergrad (4 years including bonus masters year) at Lancaster University, where my master’s project was electron neutrino identification of the T2K experiment’s neutrino beam. From one set of neutrinos to another, I’m now using reactor antineutrino spectra to monitor core fuel compositions, which is crucial for antiproliferation safeguarding.
When I’m not finding uses for tiny particles I enjoy real ale, baking and historical and fantasy wargames with toy soldiers.