Ph.D. thesis: “Cathode Materials for Na-ion batteries with NASICON structure”.
Supervisor: Prof. Keith Stevenson
Maxim graduated with honors from St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University (SPbSPU) in 2014. During the studies he investigated ion transport in heterostructures and thin films based on fluoride superionic conductors in the Ioffe Institute and in the Nanocomposite Materials Laboratory of Prof. Sergey Vakhrushev. In addition, he studied dielectric properties of relaxor-ferroelectrics and cryoprotectors at SPbSPU under Dr. Ekaterina Koroleva’s guidance.
Since 2014 at Skoltech Maxim is working on synthesis and characterization of novel cathode and anode materials for lithium and sodium ion batteries. His research also includes investigation of the morphology and composition of the interface between electrode and electrolyte by spectroscopic and microscopic methods.
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Synthesis and investigation of cathode materials for lithium- and sodium-ion batteries based on transition metal phosphates and fluorophosphates.
The goal of the project is to improve electrochemical properties of cathode materials for sodium-ion batteries.
2016 M.Sc. in Materials Science, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, Russia
2014 M.Sc. (cum laude) in Electronics and Nanoelectronics, Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnical University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia