Andreas completed his BSc in chemistry at University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in 2017 where he worked on different projects involving different functional inorganic materials.
In 2019 he started a 4+4 Ph.D. position under supervision of Associate Professor Dorthe B. Ravnsbæk at SDU and in collaboration with Haldor Topsøe A/S with the title “Investigation of Li-ion intercalation mechanisms in rechargeable batteries”. Andreas investigates electrode materials for Li-ion batteries, as well as other materials, such as transition metal oxides for sodium ion batteries.
The project is part of the ESS Lighthouse SMART (Structure of MAterials in Real Time), which in addition to X-ray diffraction experiments aims to use neutron scattering techniques to study structural evolutions in the battery during operational conditions.
- Hvordan fungerer lithium ion batterier? — May 18, 2020