On 13 May 2022 Elise Ramleth Østli defends her thesis entitled "Stabilizing strategies for the high‐voltage cathode material LiNi0.5‐xMn1.5+xO4 (LNMO)"

Elise Ramleth Østli (NTNU)

One of the prioritized research topics in MoZEES is to develop high voltage battery materials in order to increase the energy density of heavy duty batteries. The PhD project of Elise has been central in these efforts.

The doctoral work has been carried out at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, where Fride Vullum-Bruer and Sverre Magnus Selbach has been the candidate’s supervisor. Nils Peter Wagner and Ann Mari Svensson have been the candidate’s co-supervisors.

Both the trial lecture (Towards more sustainable processing of electrodes for Li-ion batteries) and the defense can be followed on Zoom. Zoom link: https://NTNU.zoom.us/j/91048081909?pwd=azNIVUpTMS9mdzJTU0c1VkhHclJCQT09

In 2019 Elise spent 6 months at the Ångström Advanced Battery Center (ÅABC) in Uppsala to learn more about her cathode material’s surface coating. The blog from her stay in Uppsala can be revisited here.