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M.Sc. Xaver Lamprecht

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Offered Bachelor’s or Master’s Theses Topics

Effects of different anions and cations on electrode materials for applications in aqueous batteries
Energy storage technologies are an indispensable element of the transition towards an eco-friendly society. Due to their low cost, scalability, and non-flammability, rechargeable aqueous sodium-ion batteries are a promising candidate for stationary applications, ranging from photovoltaic-powered private households to large-scale grid power buffers. This experimental master thesis project will aim at understanding, characterizing, and optimizing intercalation-type battery electrodes. The student will contribute to the ongoing investigation of fabrication methods, electrolyte composition, electrode substrates, active material composition, full-system prototyping, and performance characteristics like self-discharge and lifetime. The project will involve experimental laboratory training and hands-on work on battery systems, thereby conveying standard fabrication and characterization methods.
suitable as
  • Master’s Thesis Applied and Engineering Physics
Supervisor: Aliaksandr Bandarenka
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