Rachael H. Rothman
I completed my PhD in Chemical Engineering at the University of Sheffield in 2007 and continued research there in a post doctoral capacity, becoming a lecturer in 2009 and Senior Lecturer in 2014. My main research interests lie in thermochemical and electrochemical cycles for hydrogen production and carbon dioxide utilisation. I am currently lead for the "Electrochemical CO2 reduction" sub-project of a large UK project looking at carbon capture and utilization (4CU). Other recent projects include the European HycycleS project, looking at key components for the Sulphur Iodine and Hybrid Sulphur cycles, and the KNOO (Keeping the Nuclear Option Open) project, investigating nuclear hydrogen production.