The focus of my research is the in-depth understanding of complex mechanisms and processes that occur in electrode materials of diverse battery chemistries during their operation. For this I employ different material characterization techniques under in situ conditions to study the morphological, micro-, electronic- and crystal-structural changes occurring during electrochemical cycling. Paired with post mortem analysis and theoretical calculations I use these insights to reconstruct a complete picture of the reversible and irreversible electrochemical reactions that determine battery performance.

Scientific interests

  • Battery materials analysis
  • In situ / operando characterization
  • Synchrotron spectroscopy
  • Degradation mechanism

Scientific career

  • Materials Science engineer @ TU-Darmstadt, Germany
  • PhD in Materials Chemistry, Université de Montpellier, France

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