PhD thesis: “Mass-transfer issue in Suspension Flow batteries”
Supervisor: Keith Stevenson
Nataliya received her Bachelor degree of Material Science in Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2016 (Thesis: “Ion-conducting composite membranes based on polyacrylonitrile”) and then Master of Material Science in Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology in 2018 (Thesis: “Advanced membranes for Non-aqueous Redox-Flow Battery”).
She worked in the Laboratory of Biopolymers and Polyelectrolytes at MSU in 2013-2016. She covered an internship in Bosch GmbH company and worked as researcher in InEnergy Group. From 2016 until now she is working in the Laboratory of Energy Science and Technology Center in Skoltech.
Her research interests relate to different aspects of materials science in Redox flow battery (RFB), including membranes for all-organic and lithium-based RFB, new ion-conductive membranes for vanadium RFB, electroactive polymers and nanoparticles for slurry RFB, in-situ Raman electrochemical experiments with materials utilized in RFB.
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