Dr Usama MohamedFaraday Institution Industrial Research Fellow
I am a Faraday Institution Industrial Fellow working at the University of Sheffield alongside our industrial partner Exawatt. My work focuses on techno-economic evaluation of cathode active material manufacturing through process modelling, scale up and translation.

I have recently completed my PhD at the University of Sheffield (2017 – 2021) within the Energy 2050 group where my research involved a techno-economic evaluation study on a Biomass Chemical Looping Gasification (BCLG) technology for power generation. This research included process modelling, scale up and optimization. Prior to my PhD, I completed my MEng in Chemical Engineering at the University of Sheffield in 2017.

As part of my Industrial Fellowship, I will be applying my previous experience in techno-economic evaluation coupled with the expertise from our industrial partner (Exawatt) in economic forecasting to build the blueprints for the next generation of cathode manufacturing plants here in the UK.

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