PhD 2014 (Sheffield)
Adam completed his Master’s in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bristol in 2006, which included a year abroad at McGill University, Montreal. Whilst at McGill, Adam was awarded the highest mark in the year for his research on fluid flow through porous media.
After leaving Bristol, Adam joined the E-Futures Doctoral Training Centre (Microfluidics Group, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering) at the University of Sheffield, where he was exposed to research in low carbon technologies. During his first year on the program, Adam was awarded the opportunity to attend the Efficient Fossil Energy Technologies Summer School at IIT Guwahati, India, where he learnt from some of the world’s leading experts about the future of energy generation in the UK and India. Learning that both developed and developing countries will continue to use fossil fuels in the near future, Adam exposed myself to the field of Carbon Dioxide Utilisation and undertook a project on biogas upgrading using microbubbles.
Adam completed his PhD in 2014 and is now Business Development / Operations Manager at Tutti Bambini.