RESEARCH TEAM

Dr L. R. Johnson

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Associate Professor, Nottingham Research Fellow, EPSRC-UKRI Innovation Fellow

Lee Johnson received a MChem (Hons.) degree from Newcastle University in 2006 after which he completed a PhD in physical chemistry and electrochemistry at the University of Nottingham. In 2011, he was awarded an EPSRC Doctoral Prize for the development of scanning electrochemical microscopy methods. In 2012, he joined the research group of Prof P.G. Bruce FRS where he focused on understanding the elementary processes taking place within the lithium-O2 battery using fundamental electrochemical methods. In 2017, he was awarded a Nottingham Research Fellowship, University of Nottingham, followed by an EPSRC Fellowship in 2018. In 2019 he was promoted to Associate Professor. His current research interests focus on understanding interfacial reactions, degradation, and charge transfer, in next generation batteries. 

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Conrad Holc

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Project: Faraday Instituton LiStar project

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Bhaskar Akkisetty

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Project: Degradation reactions in the Na-ion battery

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Alex Kibler

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Project: Design and synthesis of molecular catalysts for beyond Li-ion

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Konstantinos Dimogiannis

PhD Student

Project: Understanding SEI formation in the sodium-ion battery

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William Townsend

PhD Student

William completed his MSci degree in Chemistry at the University of Nottingham in 2018. Starting his PhD the same year he joined the Low-Dimensional Materials and Interfaces (LDMI) Doctoral Training Program, working under Andrei Khlobystov, Lee Johnson and Graham Newton. His research focuses on the development of hybrid nanomaterials, chiefly metal oxides encapsulated in carbon nanotubes, for application in next generation battery materials. Outside the lab he can usually be found climbing or hiking in the Peak District and enjoying the outdoors.

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Rory MucNulty

PhD Student

Project: Faraday Institution Degradation project

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Emily Hopkinson

MSci Student

Project: Mg battery

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Ganesh Vailaya

MSci Student

Project: lithium-sulfur battery

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