Jakub Zagorski obtained his first Eng and MSc degree in 2014 from the Warsaw University of Technology based on the work devoted to high energy materials. In 2014 he joined the Master of Energy Storage and Conversion (MESC), which resulted in receiving the master title awarded by five partner universities: Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Warsaw University of Technology, Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse, Université de Aix-Marseille and la Universidad de Cordoba. In 2016 joined the Ceramic Electrolyte group at the CIC energiGUNE as a Ph.D. candidate working on composite electrolytes toward application in solid-state lithium-ion batteries. In 2019 he did a research state at Penn State University working on cold sintering of solid electrolytes under the supervision of Clive A. Randall.

Scientific interests

  • Energy storage
  • Material Science
  • Full solid-state batteries
  • Li metal anodes, interface protection and coatings
  • Electric vehicles
  • Solid-state NMR

Scientific career

  • Materials characterization techniques (X-ray, solid NMR, SEM, Thermal Analysis, Raman Spectroscopy, FTIR)
  • Synthesis of inorganic materials
  • Electrode and electrolyte formulation
  • Development of organic-inorganic composites
  • Electrochemistry


  • Best Poster Award on Lithium Battery Research awarded by the International Society of Electrochemistry during Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries for Automobile Applications 12 Conference
  • French Government Scholarship (BGF Master 2017)

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