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Chryssa Brown

Chryssa Brown

Coordinator

Geographer, photographer and keen traveller. Pint of Science has a wonderful way of making high-level research accessible and fun. Join us in May for some wonderfully sciencey themes, hopefully back in the hubs of creative thought: pubs!

Rachel Lennon

Rachel Lennon

Coordinator

I’m a fourth year PhD student working in the Structured Light Lab at the University of Exeter. My research is about imaging through scattering media e.g. biological tissue. I'm excited to be coordinating the city of Exeter's Pint of Science events for a second year!

Qinglan Liu

Qinglan Liu

Tech Me Out Lead

I’m a third year PhD student focusing on using digital technologies to empower circular economy businesses, such as sustainable Industry 4.0, smart aquaculture, clothing and food manufacturing. I’m looking forward to helping Pint of Science and spreading the message that science is fun!

Bhavya Airen

Bhavya Airen

Planet Earth Team Member

I am an MRes student in Sustainable Futures and very much interested in the application of Sustainability using Remote Sensing and GIS. I am so excited to be part of this year's Pint of Science Exeter and learn more about cool stuff.

Jake Binsley

Jake Binsley

Atoms to Galaxies Team Member

I am a fourth year PhD student working on artificial microscopic swimmers for their applications in medical testing. Pint of Science is a great chance to talk about the things that interest us in a casual environment and I am looking forward to seeing you all there!

Paul Burns

Paul Burns

Planet Earth Team Member

I use mathematics, physics and computer simulation to explore how interacting ephemeral internal waves cause long-lived density layers in the Arctic Ocean, which affect climate. I hope Pint of Science 2022 will inspire people in the field of science and encourage discussion!

Ignacio del Amo

Ignacio del Amo

Planet Earth Team Member

I am a first year PhD in Mathematics and I work in extreme events in climate. I am passionate about both mathematics and scientific dissemination and I love the concept of transmitting the wonders of science in pubs. If the mountain won’t go to Mohammed…

Jakob Deutloff

Jakob Deutloff

Planet Earth Team Member

I'm a second-year climate science master student and beer epicure from Germany, spending one year at the University of Exeter. Pint of Science sounds like a wonderful way of combining my two passions and helping to make science more accessible to the public!

Valentin Haemmerli

Valentin Haemmerli

Atoms to Galaxies Team Member

I am a PhD student in my fourth year in the quantum nanophotonics lab, working with single photon emitters in condensed matter systems on light-matter interactions for better quantum light sources. I’m very excited to be on the Pint of Science Exeter team again this year!

Ana Jaramillo

Ana Jaramillo

Tech Me Out Team Member

I'm a third-year PhD student in Computer Science.. I work in applying complexity theory to social systems related to education and health. I'm excited to participate in the Pint of Science to spread the word (and excitement) in the community about our research!

Larissa John

Larissa John

OB/BM Team Member

I'm a first year PhD student researching drug combinations that can overcome drug resistance in human fungal pathogens. I'm excited to be part of this year's Pint of Science Exeter to bring the public and science together in the pub!

David Newman

David Newman

Atoms to Galaxies Team Member

I'm a fourth year PhD student in the Magnetic Materials group, mainly working on the use of X-rays to look at the magnetization dynamics of magnetic samples. There's so much fascinating research taking place in Exeter and I can't wait for it to get it's day in the sun (or pub I guess)!

Dani Pacheco

Dani Pacheco

OB/BM Team Member

I am a Postdoc at Exeter Uni, investigating how movement affects the health of the spine and the intervertebral discs. I believe that science should be accessible and fun. Join us in this Pint of Science 2022 to discover what research is taking place in Exeter!

Katie Partridge

Katie Partridge

OB/BM Team Member

I’m a third year PhD student investigating why hypo’s are a common complication in diabetes and working with specific drugs that could help enhance sugar production. Very excited to have great discussions on all things science at the Pint of Science this year!

Andrea Rochner

Andrea Rochner

Planet Earth Team Member

I’m an oceanographer working on the CO2 exchange between atmosphere and ocean in the Southern Ocean. Therefore, I am familiar with the feeling that research is miles away. I’m looking forward to bringing research closer to you at this year’s Pint of Science at Exeter!

Riley Smallman

Riley Smallman

Planet Earth Team Member

I am a bird nerd (and first year zooarchaeology PhD student) looking to spread the word that science is fun, fundamental and open to all. Please join us at the Pint of Science 2022 festival to indulge in curiosity and learn cool stuff about our world!

Lauren Struszczak

Lauren Struszczak

OB/BM Team Member

I am a health and exercise scientist investigating the impact of a high calorie, high protein hot meal on psychological and physiological factors in older adults in the South-West community. I am looking forward to working with Pint of Science for my first time!

Clodomir Santana

Clodomir Santana

Tech Me Out Team Member

I'm a PhD candidate in computer science studying how intelligence can emerge from interaction patterns in population-based optimisation algorithms. I am also interested in robotics, computational social science, complex networks and machine learning. I hope people enjoy the festival!

Ginny Thomas

Ginny Thomas

Planet Earth Team Member

I’m a vet nurse, (academic) doctor (in sociology), science communicator and literature graduate rolled into one. I’m really interested in how humans interact with other animals and the environment and can’t wait to tell people all about such things at Pint of Science 2022!

Ros West

Ros West

OB/BM Team Member

I'm a second year PhD student in extreme environment physiology, ocean rower and physio using field research to improve patient recovery. I am hoping for an inspirational Pint of Science 2022 bringing the adventure and good quality research into the pub!