Simon Masters, Bachelors

  • Travels 15.0 miles
  • Online Tuition

Currently, a PhD student at the University of Warwick. A member of Analytical Science Centre for Doctoral Training since September 2019. An alumnus of Coventry University and Chemical Vocational school no 3 in Cracow. The main research interest in the application of a broad spectrum of advanced analytical methods for R&D in the field of Energy Materials, especially Photovoltaics. 


I am able to teach Chemistry in efficient and motivating way. 

My experience includes delivering presentations, lectures, seminars and workshops to the university students and tutoring A-levels students.


A-Level GCSE
Chemistry £15 £15


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