Meg Groom

PhD Candidate: Winton Scholar for the Physics of Sustainability at Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

Meg Groom
PhD Student, University of Cambridge

Meg completed a CSaP internship from September- December 2022.

She is currently investigating operando Lithium-ion battery degradation using optical fibres in her PhD at the Cavendish Laboratory. She is affiliated with the Faraday Institution and the Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability. Prior to her PhD, Meg studied Natural Sciences at the University of Nottingham.

Beyond this, her interests lie in sustainability. She has previously been the elected Environmental and Ethical Affairs Officer for Darwin College, and currently holds the role of Project Manager - Sustainability at the college.

During her internship, Meg supported the Cambridge Zero Policy Forum, helped with policy inquiry analysis, completed competitive landscape analysis and reported on several CSaP events.

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