Welcome to our team! Dr. David Aradilla has obtained his PhD from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and the Barcelona Research Center in Multiscale Science and Engineering in 2013. Among others, he worked at the CEA Grenoble (2013-2018) and the Georg August Universität Göttingen (2018-2020). Among others, he is an expert in electrochemistry, electrode materials, and energy storage technologies. He will enrich our team’s expertise and contribute towards the development of new generations of electrochemical energy storage devices.
Welcome to our team! Marie Besch and Lola Bieber are enrolled in the EEIGM program, an international (European) Master program. Marie will be supporting our research activities related to MXene and Lola will work on electrodes for selective ion recovery.
Welcome new student intern Behnoosh Bornamehr (from Saarland University) and scientist Tamara Winter (from TU Darmstadt)! Behnoosh is working on advanced electrode materials and Tamara will enhance our research on soft electrode technology.
Welcome to our new technician, Ms. Zeyu Fu, who is joining our team.
Srimuk Pattarachai was selected to attend the 2020 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (postponed to 2021 because of Covid-19) as a Fellow. He was selected as one of only 650 total attendees, selected from a highly competitive global call.
Volker Presser was accepted into the Royal Society of Chemistry as a Fellow (Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry = FRSC).
Welcome our new PhD student Lei Wang! Being a CSC scholar, he will explore Faradaic materials for electrochemical water treatment.
Welcome new student intent Kathleen Frisella from Oregon State University. Being enrolled in the ATLANTIS program, she will be supporting our research on next-generation desalination technologies.
Pattarachai Srimuk has successfully defended his thesis entitled “Faradaic electrode materials for next-generation electrochemical water desalination”. Read his thesis online!
Welcome visiting PhD student Smita Talande! She will be exploring electrochemical materials for energy storage and comes from the Palacký University Olomouc in the Czech Republic.