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Welcome to Forethought India One-on-One Courses. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen profession. Our instructor for this course is Researcher Dr. Thomas McCoy at University of Cambridge


"Heat, Energy, and Chemistry: A Journey Through Thermodynamics" This course takes you on an engaging exploration of the principles that govern heat, energy, and chemistry in a unified framework. From understanding the fundamental laws of thermodynamics to exploring their application in a wide range of fields, you will delve into the science that underpins everything from heat engines and chemical reactions to sustainable energy systems and space exploration. Through a series of in-depth lectures, you will gain a profound understanding of how thermodynamics shapes the physical and chemical world around us, equipping you with valuable insights and knowledge for various scientific and engineering endeavors.


At the end of the program, students will receive a certificate & performance letter by the eductor indicating that they have completed the program and acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen profession.

A Journey Through Thermodynamics by Dr. Thomas McCoy at Cambridge

  • Dr. Thomas McCoy is a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. He completed his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees under the supervision of Rico Tabor at Monash University, Australia, looking at the colloidal properties of 2D carbon nanomaterials. Currently, his research focuses on the understanding and optimisation of engine oil formulations and anti-fouling coatings using colloidal building blocks to assist in reducing energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions from transport industries. This work takes place in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at Cambridge, in the lab of Alex Routh. Tom's other research interests includes surfactants and self-assembly and using scattering techniques to elucidate structure-function relationships in colloidal and soft matter systems.

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