During the summer of 2016 I did a three month research internship at ETH Zurich in Switzerland working with my supervisor Prof Ann Hirt in the Earth and Planetary Magnetism Group. I investigated the effect of rock deformation on its magnetic anisotropy using synthetic cubes designed on CAD and manufactured on 3D printers.
Ann went on to do some further research in the topic after I left with another student and produced a paper which she presented at the European Geosciences Union (EGU2017) conference held in Vienna this year. I was fortunate enough to be named as a co-author which is probably the closest I'll ever come to calling myself a scientist; unless someone cites my Masters thesis which I'm currently working on using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to study the peatlands in Northern Germany. Anyway, here's the poster:
Graduated with a BSc in Physics at the University of Surrey and an MSc in Applied Geophysics at the IDEA League.