Background and activities
Ph.D. candidate within magnesium-sulfur batteries.
In August 2017, I began my PhD at Department of Materials Science and Engineering at NTNU, where I work with developing novel and cheap cathode materials for magnesium-sulfur batteries. Magnesium-batteries have multiple advantages over Li-ion batteries, and are comparably barely explored. I am part of the research groups Inorganic Materials and Ceramics and Electrochemistry.
My motivation is to contribute to a greener society driven by renewables, where efficient energy storage is essential.
I finished my engineering degree at the Nanotechnology study program at NTNU during the spring of 2017, with a specialization within materials, energy and environment. In my master thesis I worked with improving the anode material in Li-ion batteries. More precisely, I investigated different degradation mechanisms in Si anodes, by using post mortem SEM, EDX, FIB and FTIR.
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
- (2020) Dipentamethylene thiuram tetrasulfide-based cathodes for rechargeable magnesium batteries. ACS Applied Energy Materials. vol. 3 (11).
- (2020) Are MXenes Suitable as Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Mg Batteries?. Sustainable Energy & Fuels. vol. 4 (6).
- (2019) Silica from diatom frustules as anode material for Li-ion batteries. RSC Advances. vol. 9 (70).