Jeremy is a materials scientist specialising in powder metallurgy of glass and ceramic materials.
Since completing his doctoral studies, Jeremy has worked with industrial by-products such as pulverized ash from coal-fired power stations and slag from steel mills, anodizing technology development for nanomaterial fabrication, coating techniques such as electro- and electro-less-plating, and reaction chemistry of titanium alloy powder and fabrication of cellular metal structures.
Jeremy joined Opus Research in 2014 after working as a senior material scientist at Callaghan Innovation for six years. His current research interests include incorporation of waste tyre-derived crumb rubber modification into bitumen binders, and development of performance-based test methodologies for road surfacings.
Jeremy enjoys taking his young family out and about. In his spare time, he is a keen tennis and badminton player.