Iain started his PhD in October of 2014, developing a detailed material flow map of flat steel in Europe. His goal is to identify the scope of supply-side material efficiency strategies that are not only environmentally beneficial but practical and economically viable for all stakeholders.
Before joining the Use Less Group, Iain graduated with an Meng/BA in Engineering from the University of Cambridge in 2014 with a focus on energy, sustainability and the environment. During his studies he interned at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab in Princeton, NJ, Carbon Recycling International in Reykjavik, and at the Whittle Turbomachinery Lab in Cambridge.
Iain’s PhD is funded by ArcelorMittal under the budget of the Emerging Technology division.