Ane

Biography

In 2010 I finished as Master of Science in Engineering in Chemistry at the Technical University of Denmark. Afterwards I worked as Scientific Assistant at the department of Energy Conversion and Storage at DTU, to help building up battery research facilities.

In March 2011 I started my Ph.D. study with the title “Development of new electrode materials for lithium ion batteries”. Doing this period I have gained knowledge about synthesizing and testing new cathode materials as well as fabrication of thin-film inorganic solid electrolytes.

Latest posts

  1. EIS examples on different cathodes and Lipon — June 10, 2013
  2. Challenges and considerations when starting up Li ion battery research – from a practical point of view. — February 14, 2013

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EIS examples on different cathodes and Lipon

EIS measurements made on self-produced batteries and on the individual components of the battery to understand how EIS measurement are linked to the different physical components. EIS examples on different cathodes and Lipon  

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Challenges and considerations when starting up Li ion battery research – from a practical point of view.

Research within the field of Li ion batteries is very popular all over the world, with a large commercial interest. This makes it very interesting, but also challenging, to start up a new research group. The presentation will describe some of the considerations and challenges you encounter when starting up research within the field on …

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