Christopher Harrison In 'Postgraduate Researchers' Abdul HyeAbigail SnowdonAbubakr SiddiqAhmed IbrahimAimee JacksonAlan StephenAlex ThirkellAlexandros SymillidisBeatrice SampsonBhargav PandyaChristopher HarrisonDerek LowDonald InnsGeorge WilsonGraham StevensonHanlin LiHei Son Wong (Brian)Jack HartJames FeltonJames Stewart WalkerJames WakerleyJohn GordonJohn HooperLeon FordLiam CooperMarcus AdamsMarcus TaylorMatthew BirdMelissa OumMilon MiahNaseruddin KhanNor Anisa ArifinOliver Edward FernihoughOsaze OmoregbeOujen Hodjati-PughPushpa PatelRecep AkdenizRhi DixonRobert MatherSam EardleySamuel SogbesanYichang YanZahra RanaZeyu Jiang Back to 'People' Centre for Doctoral Training StudentDoctoral Researcher Email CMH725@student.bham.ac.uk Address School of Chemical EngineeringUniversity of BirminghamEdgbaston B15 2TTUnited Kingdom Role Chris joined the CDT in September 2017. Prior to this, he graduated from the University of Sheffield in July 2013 with an MEng degree in Aerospace Engineering. He is funded through the EPSRC CDT in Fuel Cells and their fuels: EP/L015749/1. Qualifications MEng: Aerospace Engineering, University of Sheffield  Biography During Chris’ degree, he studied a number of engineering and materials based subjects relating to aircraft and aircraft performance. Before re-entering education with the CDT, Chris worked in the aerospace industry for four years. Research Chris’ area of research focuses upon the chromium poisoning of SOFC cathode materials. Publications Harrison CM, Slater PR, Steinberger-Wilckens R. Lanthanum nickelates and their application in Solid Oxide Cells – The LaNi1-xFexO3 system and other ABO3-type nickelates. Solid State Ionics. 2021;373(April). Harrison CM, Slater PR, Steinberger-Wilckens R. A review of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell cathode materials with respect to their resistance to the effects of chromium poisoning. Solid State Ionics. 2020;354(July):115410. Other activities In his spare time, Chris enjoys a variety of activities including football, running and learning to play the guitar.