associate senior lecturer at Department of Chemistry - Ångström Laboratory, Structural Chemistry
Dynamic non-equilibrium processes in crystalline materials govern the performance of devices and the formation of new materials. These processes take place at the sub-nanometer scale such as the arrangement, movement and relaxation of atoms, to the macroscopic scale where inter-particle interactions drive device performance.
My research focuses on using diffraction techniques to follow these non-equilibrium changes and direct the design of new materials.
Keywords: batteries kinetics electrochemical energy storage neutron diffraction in situ in operando x-ray diffraction non-equilibria crystallography
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