Bo Brummerstedt Iversen


Bo Brummerstedt Iversen obtained his Ph.d. in inorganic chemistry from Aarhus University in 1995. Following a post doc period at University of California in Santa Barbara he became Assistant Professor in 1998, Associate Professor in 2000 and Professor in 2004 at the Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University.

He holds both a Doctor of Science (2002) and a Doctor of Technology (2010) degree. BBI is the Director of the Danish National Research Foundation Center for Materials Crystallography, and his research interests are within materials chemistry and crystallography with emphasis on energy materials, charge density, nanoparticles, catalysis, synchrotron and neutron crystallography, and supercritical fluids.

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  1. First came the material — February 24, 2015

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First came the material

“It is very easy to make a bad battery out of a good material, but it is impossible to make a good battery out of a bad material.” This truth underlines the universal position of materials chemistry in battery science. In simple terms one may say that at the core of every energy technology there …

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