As an undergraduate Tim studied Natural Sciences and Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge and graduated in 2008 with BA and MEng degrees. Tim joined the Computational Modelling Group in September of the same year funded by the EPSRC, Shell and Churchill College. Currently Tim is using computational quantum chemistry to model various chemical systems.
- Self Assembly Workshop Cambridge, 22nd September, 2011
CPGS: Investigations into the Formation of Soot Particles
CPGS: 2009, supervised by Alston Misquitta, Dwaipayan Chakrabarti, and Markus Kraft
Part IIB: Degradation of Active Ingredients by Microwave Induced Pyrolysis
Part IIB: 2008, supervised by Prof Howard Chase and Dr Carlos Ludlow-Palafox
PhD Thesis: Modelling Interactions of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons during Soot Formation
PhD Thesis: 2012, supervised by Alston Misquitta, Dwaipayan Chakrabarti, and Markus Kraft