Dorthe Bomholdt Ravnsbæk

Assistant Professor


Dorthe B. Ravnsbæk obtained her PhD in nanotechnology at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), Aarhus University in 2011. Her PhD work focused on synthesis and structural characterization of novel metal hydrides for hydrogen storage. In 2012 she became a post-doctoral affiliate at Department of Material Science and Engineering at MIT in the group of Prof. Yet-Ming Chiang. Here she worked on developing and utilizing novel operando diffraction techniques to investigate the phase transformation mechanism in Li-ion cathode materials.

During the winter 2014 she was appointed Assistant Professor at Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy at University of Southern Denmark. The focus of her research group is development of electrode materials for novel types of batteries and gaining fundamental insights into relations between structure, composition and electrochemical performance.

Latest posts

  1. WG1: In situ battery setup at DANMAX — March 28, 2017
  2. Operando studies of battery materials — April 12, 2016

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WG1: In situ battery setup at DANMAX

Dear all, As agreed during the workgroup session at the DBS annual meeting we will have a meeting within the “in situ PXD battery cell”-workgroup (WG1) to discuss the operando battery setup to be implemented at DANMAX, MAXIV and also how to realize the construction. The meeting will be at SDU on the 15th of …

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Operando studies of battery materials

  To kick off the working group on “In-situ x-ray cells”  at the Danish Battery Symposium 2016, Lars Fahl Lundegaard and Dorthe Bomholdt Ravnsbæk held short presentations about different in situ cells for characterization of battery materials.

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