Background and activities
I am a PhD Candidate in the research group FACET.
In my work, I will try to understand the nucleation and growth mechanisms during aqueous chemical solution deposition of piezoelectric BaTiO3-based thin films. In order to predict, and also tailor, the properties of the thin films for specific applications, it is crucial to understand what is happening in the film during fabrication. To observe this experimentally, I will develop and do in situ XRD and in situ Reflectance Infrared spectroscopy on thin ocide films.
This project is part of the Toppforsk project “From Aqueous Solutions to oxide Thin films and hieratical Structures” (FASTS)
Supervisor: Mari-Ann Einarsrud
I have a Master’s Degree in Material Science and Engineering with a specialization in Materials for Energy Technology, from NTNU. My Master’s Thesis was titled: “Sintering of lead-free piezoelectric materials” (2015), where I investigated the effect the atmosphere during sintering had on the properties of KNN-based (K0.5Na0.5NbO3-based) materials. Especially, if a reducing atmosphere would be beneficial for the properties of the sintered material.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2017) Nucleation and growth mechanisms during aqueous chemical solution deposition of oxide thin films. 9th Kyoto International Forum for Environment and Energy (9th KIFEE) ; Kyoto. 2017-03-07 - 2017-03-10.
- (2017) In-situ toolbox for studying nucleation and growth in oxide thin films and hierarchical structures prepared from aqueous solutions. Nano@NTNU ; 2017-12-06 - 2017-12-07.
- (2017) News from the beamlines. ESRF Newsletter.
- (2016) Non-Contact Surface Metrology of Degraded Conductor Screens in XLPE Cables. Jicable'15 - 9th International Conference on Power Insulated Cables : proceedings.