Abubakr Siddiq 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 AXS1526@bham.ac.uk Lead Supervisor Professor Robert Steinberger-Wilckens Research summary Abubakr began his PhD at the CDT for Fuel Cells and their Fuels in 2018. Where he is currently working under the supervision of Professor Robert Steinberger-Wilckens (School of Chemical Engineering) and Professor Peter Slater (School of Chemistry). He is looking at synthesising and testing materials for proton conducting solid oxide electrolysers. Abubakr is funded through the EPSRC CDT in Fuel Cells and their fuels: EP/L015749/1. Qualifications MEng, Chemical Engineering, University of Hull (2017) Biography Abubakr studied chemical engineering at the University of Hull. For his master project he worked on the development and optimisation of viscosity measurement sub-system for Lab-on-a-Chip microfluidic devices. Research Abubakr’s main research interest lies in synthesis and testing proton conducting ceramics for use in proton conducting solid oxide electrolysers. He is looking at possible electrode materials that can be used within a cell. Other activities Abubakr has helped to organise the H2FC Supergen Young Researcher’s Conference 2018. Outside of materials and electrolyser research, Abubakr enjoys playing football and tennis.