Ingeborg Treu Røe
Background and activities
Currently, I am a PhD candidate doing research on lithium metal batteries. I particular, I am intrested in the mechanisms of dendrite growth on the metal anode, which I study using density functional theory (DFT).
Supervisor: Sondre K. Schnell
Co-supervisor: Sverre M. Selbach
I started on my 5 year master's degree in nanotechnology at NTNU in the fall of 2012. In my third year I chose to specialize in nanotechnology for materials, energy and the environment. The fourth year of my studies I spent abroad at UC Berkeley, California, where I was enrolled in the department of Materials Science and Engineering. After my return from the US, I started my master thesis on ab initio finite temperature simulations of the lattice thermal conductivity of XNiBi, X=(Sc, Y, La), -based half-Heuslers. I performed DFT simulations in combination with the TDEP method, utilizing molecular dynamics. I finished my master's degree in the spring of 2017.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2019) Råd for å bevare elsykkelbatteriet i vinterkulda. Gemini.
- (2018) A review on wetting and water condensation - perspectives for CO2 condensation. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science. vol. 256.
- (2017) Finite temperature ab initio simulations of the lattice thermal conductivity of XNiBi, X=(Sc, Y, La), based half-Heuslers. 2017.
- (2019) Interview under Forskerpraten på NRK P1 Trøndelag. NRK P1 Trøndelag [Radio]. 2019-02-18.
- (2018) Molecular dynamic simulations of unstable and metastable regions. Twentieth Symposium of Thermophysical Properties . University of Colorado Boulder; Boulder, Colorado. 2018-06-24 - 2018-06-29.
- (2016) Simulation of Phonon Propagation in Thermoelectric Materials. Thelma International Workshop: Thermoelectrics riding the waves . Thelma, Nano2021 project; Hurtigruten, Norway. 2016-09-12 - 2016-09-16.