Having completed a doctorate, in impinging jet heat transfer, at Trinity College Dublin in 2010, I started working at the Rolls Royce University Technology Centre, based in the Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering Department at Loughborough University. I preformed simulations using CFD software (Ansys Fluent/Star CCM+) and Matlab to understand thermal fluid flow of components of a Jet Engine. Simulations where validated through additional experimental studies utilising transient liquid crystal thermography. In 2014, I moved to the Building Energy Research group within the Civil Engineering Department at Loughborough University. I worked with TATA Steel Tubes in developing BISPA (Building and Industrial Services Pipework Academy), an educational platform that offer TATA a pathway to engage directly & teach end users about the science and best practice associated with using steel tubes. In 2016, I returned to Trinity College Dublin to work on the development of boiling enhancement coatings manufactured using Cold Spray technology. At present I’m working in the area of utility usage monitoring.