Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associates
Greig Oliver is a Scottish KTP associate/PhD student with the University of the West of Scotland working with the Institute of Thin Films Sensors and Imaging and Teer Coatings Ltd. He achieved a 2.1 Honours degree in Physics at the University of the West of Scotland in 2019 and a Masters Degree with Distinction in Advanced Thin Film Technologies in 2020 also in the University before joining the KTP program in which he is assisting Teer Coatings Ltd with the implementation of optical coating processes using the knowledge gained through the masters program.
BSc in Physics from University of the West of Scotland (UWS). Project entitled “Plant study on the International Space Station using hyperspectral and gas sensing technology for growth of healthy plant” is funded by the International Space School Educational Trust (ISSET). The project’s primary objective is development of smart integrated multi-sensing (gas environment, temperature, humidity), hyperspectral imaging and intelligent lighting control tools relevant to precision plant cultivation in the space environment where the goal will be to optimise the yield, quality and resource use efficiency of agricultural products in a micro-gravity space environment. This research is part of a unique, high profile collaboration between UWS and scientists at King’s College London, NASA and ISSET. Link to LinkedIn Profile.