Mette Østergaard Filsø

Email: filsoe@chem.au.dk

Publications

Visualizing Lithium-Ion Migration Pathways in Battery Materials
Alkali Metal Ion Templated Transition Metal Formate Framework Materials: Synthesis, Crystal Structures, Ion Migration, and Magnetism

PhD information

Project Title: Advanced crystallographic studies of materials
Advisor(s): Bo Brummerstedt Iversen
University: Aarhus University
Department: Center for Materials Crystallography
Commencement: August 2010

Description of PhD project

The project includes, among other subjects, the development of the new visualization technique; the Procrystal Analysis, to determine the pathways of ion migration in battery electrode materials and the migration rate.

Biography

Mette Østergaard Filsø received her bachelor degree in inorganic chemistry and crystallography from Aarhus University in 2010. She is currently employed on a five-year scholarship from which she received her master’s degree in 2013. She spent the year 2014 on maternity leave and is planning to finish her PhD in the summer of 2016.

In 2011 she stayed 7 months in Prof. Mark A. Spackman’s group at the University of Western Australia. Through this collaboration, she studied the visualization of ion migration through crystal structures of promising electrode materials for Li-ion battery application.

Latest posts

  1. Ion migration pathways in electrode materials — February 24, 2015
  2. Procrystal analysis for easy visualization of Li pathways — September 25, 2013

Author's posts

Ion migration pathways in electrode materials

A short introduction to battery research seen from a crystallographers’ point of view. A large part of my PhD has involved participation in the invention and testing of a novel visualization technique: The Procrystal Analysis. Application to a wide range of electrode materials for Li-ion battery applications prove the methods’ validity in describing the migration …

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Permanent link to this article: http://batteriselskab.dk/arrangement/praesentationer/ion-migration-pathways-in-electrode-materials.htm

Procrystal analysis for easy visualization of Li pathways

The search for novel crystalline materials for use as electrodes in battery materials is a lengthy and costly process. There is a great need for a fast evaluation tool to supplement already existing experimental and theoretical methods. In this talk, the procrystal analysis is introduced as a fast technique for pointing out promising candidates for …

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Permanent link to this article: http://batteriselskab.dk/arrangement/praesentationer/procrystal-analysis-for-easy-visualization-of-li-pathways.htm

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