Best poster prize for Jorn at UKES! 2 December 2016
Graduate student Jorn Reniers won a best poster prize for his work on grid services and battery degradation modelling at the UK Energy Storage Conference 2016 last week - congratulations! Check out the winning poster.
Conferences (again) 1 October 2016
Adrien Bizeray heads to Hawaii to present a paper on ‘Pitfalls in Simulating the Diffusion Potential of Li-Ion Cells’ at PRIME 2016 organised by ECS, and Rob Richardson heads to Minneapolis for the ASME DSCC 2016 conference where he is presenting on impedance based temperature monitoring of batteries.
Congratulations to Rob Richardson! 29 September 2016
Huge congratulations to our doctoral student Rob Richardson who passed his D.Phil viva today, on the subject of impedance based battery temperature monitoring.
Welcome to new team members 1 September 2016
Welcome to a new post-doc in the team, Dr Leong Kit Gan, who has recently finished his PhD in Edinburgh University on microgrids, and a new graduate student, Trishna Raj, joining us from Heriot Watt University.
New paper published in JECS 5 June 2016
Our new paper together with Prof Charles Monroe entitled “Resolving a Discrepancy in Diffusion Potentials, with a Case Study for Li-Ion Batteries” has been published in the Journal of the ECS and will be presented at the next ECS meeting in October.