Pedram Ghorbanzade obtained his bachelor’s degree in Polymer Engineering at the University of Tehran in 2018 and started his Erasmus Mundus Master’s program in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion (MESC+) in 2019 and studied in Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), University of Paul Sabatier (UPS-III) and University of Basque Country (UPV). He then moved to the Chalmers University of Technology to do his master’s thesis research on Single-Ion Conducting Polymers, under the supervision of Prof. Patrik Johansson and Dr. Laura Loaiza. He joins CIC energiGUNE within DESTINY European Doctoral Program to design and develop composite ceramic-polymer electrolytes, supervised by Dr. Juan Miguel Lopez del Amo. He will conduct part of his doctoral research at Warsaw University of Technology.

Scientific interests

  • Polymer Electrolytes
  • Single ion conductors
  • Interface analysis

Scientific career

  • Polymer Science
  • Energy Storage materials
  • Polymer processing


  • Awarded EMJMD Scholarship for Master Studies
  • Ranked among Top 3 students in Polymer Engineering at UT

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