Inigo joined LightForm in 2019 as a PhD student at the University of Cambridge part-funded by Norsk Hydro. His project focuses on modelling the processability of 6XXX series recycled aluminium alloys. This is split into two subprojects, the first looking at the modelling of hot-compression experiments and the second looking into modelling the effects of particles on formability using crystal plasticity. 

Before this, Inigo completed an integrated Masters in Materials Science at the University of Oxford with First-Class Honours. During that time, he undertook research projects at Tsinghua University, The University of Oxford, and the materials start-up Oxmet looking into a wide range of projects including: biodegradation of implantable electronics, dislocation dynamics modelling and 3D printing of aluminium alloys.