Melissa joined Dehns in September 2021 after graduating with a first class Bachelor’s degree in Physics. She is a Technical Assistant in the Engineering group, working for the Munich office whilst being based partly in the Oxford office.
During her degree, Melissa completed research internships where she modelled neutrino oscillations and evaluated methods to optimise SEI formation in Li-S batteries. In her final year of University, she was awarded a departmental conference prize for a talk presented on the development of analysis methods to evaluate defects in PEM fuel cell materials.
BSc (Hons) Physics, Lancaster University, 2021