Abiola Oladeji In 'Postgraduate Researchers' Abiola OladejiAbubakr SiddiqDonald InnsOsaze OmoregbeRecep AkdenizSamuel SogbesanYichang YanAbdul HyeAbigail SnowdonAhmed IbrahimAimee JacksonAlan StephenAlex ThirkellAlexandros SymillidisBeatrice SampsonBhargav PandyaChristopher HarrisonDerek LowGeorge WilsonGraham StevensonHanlin LiHei Son Wong (Brian)Jack HartJames FeltonJames Stewart WalkerJames WakerleyJohn GordonJohn HooperLeon FordLiam CooperMarcus AdamsMarcus TaylorMatthew BirdMelissa OumNaseruddin KhanNor Anisa ArifinOliver Edward FernihoughOujen Hodjati-PughPushpa PatelRhi DixonRobert MatherSam EardleyZahra RanaZeyu Jiang Back to 'People' Centre for Doctoral Training Doctoral Researcher Address School of Chemical EngineeringUniversity of BirminghamEdgbastonB15 2TTUnited Kingdom Email AVO834@student.bham.ac.uk Lead Supervisor Dr Neil Rees Research summary Abiola joined the CDT for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Research in October 2018. Her research focuses on the fabrication of multi-metallic catalysts from low concentrations of critical metals using impact electrochemical methods. Abiola is funded through the EPSRC CDT in Fuel Cells and their fuels: EP/L015749/1. Qualifications BEng Chemical Engineering, University of Wolverhampton, 2018 Biography Abiola graduated from the University of Wolverhampton with a first class honours and Zuri Award for best performing student in Chemical Engineering, 2018. Later that year she joined the CDT at the University of Birmingham where she is currently a PhD student under the supervision of Dr Neil V. Rees and Dr James Courtney. Research Abiola’s research explores the fabrication of multi-metallic catalysts from low concentrations of critical metals. This process involves the recovery of platinum group metals (PGMs) from recycle effluent streams by employing impact electrochemistry methods for deposition. The impact technique involves the collision of core particles with a suitably electrically-biased substrate electrode. This occurs in a manner that causes the critical metal ions within the solution to reduce onto the surface of the core particle. Other activities Abiola enjoys travelling and experiencing new cultures through food, music and art. Publications The electroreduction of oxygen in aprotic solventsAzrul Azhar, Tshiamo Manyepedza, Abiola V. Oladeji, Ruba Hendi, Neil V. Rees, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2020https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelechem.2020.113989.