Ph.D. thesis: “The effect of selected electrode-solution interactions on the metal-ion battery electrochemical properties”.
Supervisor: Prof. Keith Stevenson
Natalia graduated with honors from Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2015 getting the bachelor degree in Material Science and from Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology in 2017 getting the master degree in Material Science as well. Her diploma research was dedicated to the study of the alkali metal ion intercalation in the framework of AVPO4F-electrode material which is considered to be a perspective cathode for K-ion battery. At Skoltech Natalia also deals with the K-ion batteries which are believed to be a competitive alternative to Li-ion batteries in terms of energy characteristics and cost. Her research is devoted, generally, to the study of electrode-solution interactions in metal-ion cells and, in particular, to the electrolyte development; and their effect on electrochemical performance of the battery. One of the most important outcomes of her work is the demonstration of the working full K-ion battery prototype exhibiting stable cycling with excellent specific discharge capacity values.
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