Background and activities
Some information about Fride Vullum-Bruer
I came to NTNU in January 2006 and worked as a post doctor until September 2008 when I was offered a position as associate professor within nanotechnology at the Department of Materials Science and Engieneering.
My main research interest are within battery technology. At the moment I have activities spanning the areas of Li-ion, Mg-ion and Li-air batteries. I work mostly with cathode materials, but also have some activity on anodes and electrolytes. My main area of competence is within synthesis and characterization of inorganic materials.
In addition to the battery activity, I am generally interested in synthesis and characterization of inorganic nanostructured materials. I do some work on thin films for photovoltaic applications. And I have previously worked with ceramic materials for fuel cells and gass permeable membranes.
Courses I have taught or am currently taching:
TMT 4320 Nanomaterials
TMT 4245 Functional Materials
TMT 4515 Chemical methods for synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials, specialization course
TMT 4510 Nanotechnologi, specialization project
TMT 4345 Material Development
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2018) Temperature effects on performance of graphite anodes in carbonate based electrolytes for lithium ion batteries. Journal of Energy Storage. vol. 17.
- (2018) Tailoring properties of nanostructured MoO3−x thin films by aqueous solution deposition. Applied Surface Science. vol. 459.
- (2018) High interfacial charge storage capability of carbonaceous cathodes for Mg batteries. ACS Nano. vol. 12 (3).
- (2018) High capacity Mg batteries based on surface-controlled electrochemical reactions. Nano Energy. vol. 48.
- (2017) Facile synthesis of novel octopus-like carbon nanostructures by chemical vapor deposition. Diamond and related materials. vol. 74.
- (2017) Progression of reduction of MoO3 observed in powders and solution-processed films. Thin Solid Films. vol. 626.
- (2017) Electronic properties of reduced molybdenum oxides. Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics - PCCP. vol. 19 (13).
- (2017) Solvent-Controlled Charge Storage Mechanisms of Spinel Oxide Electrodes in Mg Organohaloaluminate Electrolytes. Nano letters (Print). vol. 18 (2).
- (2016) Comparing electrochemical perormance of transition metal silicate cathodes and chevrel phase Mo6S8 in the analogous rechargeable Mg-ion battery system. Journal of Power Sources. vol. 321.
- (2016) Edge/basal/defect ratios in graphite and their influence on the thermal stability of lithium ion batteries. Journal of Power Sources. vol. 317.
- (2016) A van der Waals Density Functional Study of MoO3 and Its Oxygen Vacancies. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. vol. 120 (16).
- (2016) Flame-made Lithium Transition Metal Orthosilicates. Electrochimica Acta. vol. 203.
- (2016) Liquid feed flame spray pyrolysis as alternative synthesis for electrochemically active nanosized Li2MnSiO4. Translational Materials Research. vol. 3 (2).
- (2016) On Vanadium Substitution in Li2MnSiO4/C as Positive Electrode for Li-ion Batteries. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. vol. 120 (21).
- (2016) Sponge-like porous manganese(II,III) oxide as a highly efficient cathode material for rechargeable magnesium ion batteries. Chemistry of Materials. vol. 28 (18).
- (2015) Fe and V substituted Li2MnSiO4/C As Potential Cathode Material for Li-Ion Batteries. ECS Transactions. vol. 64 (22).
- (2015) Effect of carbon content and annealing atmosphere on phase purity and morphology of Li2MnSiO4 synthesized by a PVA assisted sol–gel method. Solid State Ionics. vol. 276.
- (2014) Thermal Conductivity, Heat Sources and Temperature Profiles of Li-ion Batteries. ECS Transactions. vol. 58 (48).
- (2014) Coaxial carbon/metal oxide/aligned carbon nanotube arrays as high-performance anodes for lithium ion batteries. ChemSusChem. vol. 7 (5).
- (2013) Facile synthesis of manganese oxide/aligned carbon nanotubes over aluminium foil as 3D binder free cathodes for lithium ion batteries. Journal of Materials Chemistry. vol. 1 (11).