Electrochemical Engineering for Energy Storage and Conversion
My research is focused on developing innovative diagnostic techniques for elucidating degradation mechanisms and engineering devices with improved performance and durability. In addition, I am interested in novel device concepts, scale-up and system integration, with tangible impact in industry. My specific research goals include:
- Using embedded sensors for characterisation of polymer electrolyte membrane devices,
- Engineering novel biomass-fuelled devices for fuel cells or hydrogen production.
- Development of metal oxide-based electrochemical capacitors and other novel devices in collaboration with industry partners.