The Dunnill Research Group are all working at the cutting edge of science surrounding the use of hydrogen for innovative energy applications.Link
Charlie heads up the Sustainable Hydrogen Innovation and Technology Group at Swansea and has interests in the use of hydrogen as an energy vector. He also researched photocatalytic water splitting where sunlight is used to directly split water. Charlie got his PhD from Glasgow University and then went on to do 6 years in London at UCL as a post-doc and Ramsay Fellow, before moving to Swansea.
Current Group Members
Dr. Daniel Jones
FLEXIS Project 2015-Present
Dan works on hydrogen-enriched gas technologies.
Dr. Michael Warwick
Mike works on Photocatalytic water splitting nanoparticles containing iron oxide.Link
Dr Steve Mandale
Steve builds electrolysers for RICE.
Dr Kat Glover
Kat works on zero-gap electrolysers and helps to manage the facilities art ESRI.
Bill has abackground in IT and integrated circuit design.Link
RICE Project 2018-Present
Rafiq converts thermal energy into hydrogen using thermoelectirc technologyLink
Project making low-cost membranes for energy applications.
Lisa works on the bi-phasic Janus particles containing MoS2 for water splitting.
Past Group Members
Jan 2019-May 2019
Faan Joined us for 4 months form Nort-West University South Africa as part of HYENA-Net and was researching catalytic hydrogen burners.Link
Jan 2019-May 2019
Celsio Joined us for 4 months from University Sao Tome as part of HYENA-Net and was researching economic models for hydrogen grids in STP.Link
Jon worked on modelling fuel cell integration models for hydrogen cars with River simple
Ryan worked on fuel cell integration models for hydrogen cars with River simple
Adam worked on Proton pumps for hydrogen detection and monitoring
Joe is now a Lecturer at Kingston University in London.Link
See some of our projectsClick here