Background and activities
I work with DFT-modelling of cathode materials for magnesium batteries. I have a particular interest in the MXene group of materials and the fundamental thermodynamic challenges when going from monovalent Li-ion chemistry to divalent Mg-ion. I also supervise lower year students at the laboratory.
Supervisor: Sondre K. Schnell
Co-supervisor: Sverre M. Selbach
Research group: Functional Materials and Materials Chemistry (FACET)
I started at the M.Sc. program Industrial Chemistry and Biotechnology in the autumn of 2012. In 2014 I chose to specialize in Materials Chemistry and Energy Technology. In the spring of 2017 I wrote my master thesis on photo-electrochemical characterization and numerical modelling of dye sensitized solar cells. In the autumn of 2017 I began as a PhD-candidate at NTNU, and in the spring of 2019 I went on a 6 month exchange program at the National Institute of Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan.