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Main Research Activities

I’m currently focusing on developing a series of innovative physical models to simulate the electrochemical behaviour of redox flow batteries by, which includes the anolytes and the catholytes based on organic molecules. The novelty of this modelling is the model scale (mesoscopic) and the computational approaches (kinetic Monte Carlo, continuum, etc.). By analysing the output of the model, the performance of the redox couple tested can be estimated for further researches. This model will be a part of European SONAR project, which intend to develop a framework for the simulation-based screening of electroactive materials for aqueous and non-aqueous organic redox flow batteries.

Supervisor     Prof. Alejandro A. Franco

Academic Training

  • Master 2 (Arts et Métiers ParisTech, 2018-2019)
  • Engineer diplôme (Arts et Métiers ParisTech, 2016-2018)

Professional skills

Python, Matlab, Simulink, CATIA, AutoCad

Running Projects

SONAR is a European project for four years funded by European Union


Gaining Insight into the Electrochemical Interface Dynamics in an Organic Redox Flow Battery with a Kinetic Monte Carlo Approach

Jia Yu, Garima Shukla, Rocco Peter Fornari, Oier Arcelus, Abbos Shodiev, Piotr de Silva, Alejandro A. Franco

Small, 2022

Designing Electrode Architectures to Facilitate Electrolyte Infiltration for Lithium-Ion Batteries

Abbos Shodiev, Franco M. Zanotto, Jia Yu, Mehdi Chouchane, Jianlin Li, Alejandro A. Franco

Energy Storage Materials, 2022

Deconvoluting benefits of porosity distribution in layered electrodes on electrochemical performance of Li-ion batteries

Abbos Shodiev, Mehdi Chouchane, Miran Gaberscek, Oier Arcelus, Jiahui Xu, Hassan Oularbi, JiaYu, Jianlin Li, Mathieu Morcrette, Alejandro A.Franco

Energy Storage Materials, 2022

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