Daniel received his BSc in Inorganic Chemistry and Crystallography from the University of Southern Denmark in 2008, where he worked on crystalline molecular macrocycles for the storage of hydrogen.
His Master’s project in 2010 was a collaboration between SDU, with Eivind Skou as supervisor, and DTU Risø. The subject was the transport properties of lanthanum strontium manganates for use in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells. He received his PhD degree in 2014 on the subject of medium temperature fuel cells and electrolyzers from SDU. This project was part of the larger MEDLYS project, and the work was done in close collaboration with DTU Lyngby. Currently, he holds a postdoctoral position at SDU with Dorthe Ravnsbæk as supervisor, where he works on rechargeable magnesium and lithium batteries.
- Working Group 2: Minutes from the annual DBS meeting — March 27, 2017
- Minutes from meeting on uniform electrode coating — August 31, 2016
- Uniform electrode coating – a visit to Haldor Topsøe A/S — April 28, 2016
- Using impedance spectroscopy to probe conductivity properties in electrode materials — April 12, 2016