About Oxford Sigma
Oxford Sigma’s vision is to accelerate the commercialisation of fusion in the global effort to tackle climate change and resolve challenges in energy security.
Oxford Sigma is internationally recognised as a key fusion materials and technological leader within the market. We operate in United States, United Kingdom, European Union, Canada, and Japan.
Est. March 2019
The company was established in March 2019 within the United Kingdom by Jonathan Musgrove and Dr Thomas P. Davis to tackle the emerging need for technology solutions in materials science for fusion energy.
We are proud of our heritage which stems from both the University of Oxford, where Dr Davis was completing his PhD in the Department of Materials, and Harwell Campus, Oxfordshire, UK, where the company is based.
What is Sigma?
The Greek letter σ (sigma) encapsulates the nature of our activities in materials research, use of nuclear cross-section data, and fusion design.
We are an organically grown fusion company, owned and operated by scientists and engineers, with our roots and headquarters in Oxfordshire.
Meet our executive team
Dr Thomas Davis
President & Chief Technology Officer
Thomas has a background in materials science, fusion engineering, and nuclear regulation. He leads the Company’s research team on fusion energy systems. He holds a PhD (DPhil) in Materials Science from the University of Oxford.
Chief Executive Officer
Jonathan has a background in chemical engineering and regulatory compliance. He runs the company operations. He holds an M.Eng in Chemical Engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK.
Oxford Sigma is based at the world-leading science business park, Harwell Science & Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire, UK, which provides a rich, engaging environment with fellow similar companies who work in the space, health, and energy sectors.
For more information on the campus, please see Harwell Campus
Oxford Sigma is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) Section III Division 4 (Fusion Energy Devices).