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Andreas Elkjær ChristensenProject title: Management of lithium-air batteries: Diagnostics and Performance
The scope of the PhD project was to analyse, investigate and develop various aspects of emerging lithium air (Li-air) batteries. The outcome of this project was to develop and demonstrate a Battery Management Systems (BMS) suitable for Li-air batteries.
The three main focus areas of this PhD projec... read more here
Jonathan HøjbergProject title: Development of novel electrode-catalyst materials for Li-air battery cathodes
The project is concentrated on characterization and testing novel materials to be used as cathode in Lithium-air batteries. The choice of materials is based on a fundamental understanding of the reaction mechanisms and a screening of stability.
Building a differential electrochemical mass spectrome... read more here
Jorge Varela BarrerasProject title: Battery Management Systems for Li-ion batteries
The PhD project entitled “Battery Management Systems for Li-Ion batteries” is part of the project “Advanced Lifetime Predictions of Battery Energy Solutions” (ALPBES), Working Package 2.2. While the general objective of the project is “to establish leading-edge tools for lifetime predictio... read more here
Kristian Bastholm KnudsenProject title: Investigation of Performance and Lifetime Limiting Effects in Li-air Battery Cells
The project is a part of the ReLiable consortium comprising of the Danish Technical University (DTU Energy Conversion), Haldor Topsøe A/S, Stanford University, University of Southern Denmark and the battery management systems vendor Lithium Balance.
In my Ph.D., a combination of electrochemical ... read more here
Martin SøndergaardProject title: Synthesis and characterization of electrode materials for Li-ion batteries
The main focus of the project is to evaluate the commercial potential of TiO2 as an alternative anode material in Li-ion batteries. TiO2 nanoparticles are synthesized in different polymorphs, sizes and morphologies, and characterized by a range of techniques. Their structural properties are related... read more here
Mette Østergaard FilsøProject title: Advanced crystallographic studies of materials
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.... read more here
Mohammad Rezwan KhanProject title: Thermal Management of Battery Packs
The performance and degradation of large battery packs is influenced significantly by the thermal conditions, i.e. the temperature distribution. The focus of this project is to develop an advanced simulation model that couples electrochemistry, fluid flow and heat transfer. The model will be used to... read more here
Paul ComanProject title: Modeling of Li-ion Battery Packs as Basis for Design of Battery Thermal Management Systems
The PhD project is focused on thermal modeling of Li-ion batteries using lumped component base-models for determining the heat generation and the temperature dynamics inside Li-ion batteries. The goal is to use the model for analyzing battery packs, find the limitations of the system, design the coo... read more here
Steinar BirgissonProject title: Lithium ion nanomaterials for improvement of large scale energy storage
The PhD project aims to developed new nanomaterials for application in Li-ion batteries. The research is focused on synthesis methods that are industrially relevant and are based on solvothermal reaction of the materials being studied. The main focus is on synthesis in supercritical fluids which has... read more here
Yanbin ShenProject title: Synthesis, Characterization and Application of Electrode Material for Rechargeable Li/Na ion Battery
I am working on synthesis and Characterization of electrode materials (LTO, Li-rich layered cathode, Na layered cahode) for Li/Na ion batteries. I mainly use supercritical flow (pulse flow) method to prepare nano particles. My project also including in situ XRD(SXRD) study on the formation of electr... read more here