Professor and Thomas A. Solak Faculty Fellow
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B-H 404
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  • Analysis and mathematical modeling of electrochemical systems for energy conversion and storage
  • Investigating durability of batteries and fuel cells, particularly for transportation applications, with the objective of predicting life and developing mitigation strategies for specific failure mechanisms
  • Applying concentration solution theory to measure and correlate transport properties of electrolytes used in fuel cells and batteries
B.S. 1982, University of Utah Ph.D. 1992, University of California, Berkeley