Zack earned his MSc at Dalhousie University, Canada, and his PhD at the University of Rhode Island, USA. With expertise in developing electrode and electrolyte materials, Zack will investigate phenomena that occur at electrode/electrolyte interfaces in solid-state battery technology.
Sam is developing a new battery architecture based on Prussian blue analogues. Outside the lab you can find him rowing crew for the Queen's College.
Co-supervised by Prof. Peter Bruce, Isaac is studying for his doctorate in the Pasta Group, looking at practical fabrication methods for phosphorous anodes. Isaac enjoys creating things via computer aided design.
Co-supervised by Prof. Feliciano Giustino, Kevin is working on high-throughput methods to model, synthesize, and characterize Prussian blue analogues. He enjoys classical and Shakespearean theater.
Co-supervised by Prof. Nicole Grobert, Albert is studying the electrochemistry of transition metal fluoride nanoparticles for new battery technologies. He enjoys piña coladas and getting caught in the rain.
Co-supervised by Prof. Patrick Grant, Jack is researching structured and next generation electrodes using a novel layer-by-layer spray deposition technique. In his spare time he trains for the Oxford University Powerlifting team.
Co-supervised by Prof. Patrick Grant. Christopher's research focuses on novel manufacturing approaches to solid-state batteries. In his spare time he enjoys playing table tennis and football for Mansfield College
Peng is exploring single-atom electrocatalysts for water splitting. In his spare time, he likes to play football and watch movies.
Giulia is investigating suitable metal fluorides and ionic liquids for rechargeable fluoride ion batteries. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking and spending time in the outdoors.
Visiting PhD Student
Visiting from Prof. Riccardo Ruffo's group at the University of Milan-Bicocca, Michele is investigating advanced electroactive materials for alkaline ion batteries. He loves playing the bass guitar and going to music festivals all around the world, exploring the unknown...
Linming is a visiting student from Zhejiang university working on antiperovskite solid-state electrolytes. He enjoys watching dance and sharing happiness.
Yebin researched ways to stabilize metal anodes in lightweight, high-energy batteries during his Part II project.