Andreas Elkjær Christensen is a M.Sc Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark, graduating in 2009. In 2016 he completed an industrial PhD, which was a collaboration between Lithium Balance A/S and DTU Energy at the Technical University of Denmark. During his PhD, Andreas researched new battery technology in form of Lithium-air batteries, with special focus on applications of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy for battery management. This work has resulted in two pending patents. Andreas’ work at Lithium Balance A/S is focused on project management, embedded software development, functional safety in road vehicles and supervising patent applications and grants. He is currently a board member at the Danish Battery Society.
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