He moved to the Accelerator Science and Technology Centre at STFC Daresbury Laboratory in 2015 after completing a PhD studying coherent electron sources for time-resolved diffraction experiments at Swansea University. Since then he have been working on the design of electron beam steering and control systems for particle accelerators including CLARA at Daresbury, the proposed CLIC at CERN and the Diamond-2 upgrade. The speciality of his work to date has been the development of novel permanent magnets with tuneable strength.
Accelerator Physicist for 15 years at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory working on high intensity proton synchrotrons. Conducted research into the effects of space charge and image effects of high intensity beams. Part of the Upgrade Group for the ISIS Synchrotron exploring new designs to reach MW levels of beam power.
Since 2019, he have been working for Opera as a Solution Consultant then Industry Process Expert Specialist.