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Students and postdocs



Main Research Activities

Solid electrolytes for lithium and sodium ion batteries are promising candidates to replace liquid and polymer electrolytes that are frequently used in today's commercial batteries to increase the level of their safety. In this project, which is supervised by Prof. Christian Masquelier, Dr. Benoit Fleutot, Marc David Braida and Thierry Le Mercier (SOLVAY), we are investigating new materials and synthesis methods to address the issues related to commercial use of solid electrolytes.

Academic Training

- MSc on Materials Science and Nanotechnology (Bilkent University, 2017) – Subject : High Capacity Anode Materials for Lithium-ion Batteries with Dr. Eda Yilmaz

- BSc on Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (Middle East Technical University, 2015) – Dissertion : Living Module for Mars


Professional skills

X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy, Thermo Gravimetric Analysis, Galvanostatic Measurements, Cyclic Voltammetry, Dynamic Light Scattering

Running Projects

New Inorganic Solid State Conductors/3 years/SOLVAY


A review of structural properties and synthesis methods of solid electrolyte materials in the Li2S − P2S5 binary system

Ömer Ulaş Kudu, Theodosios Famprikis, Benoit Fleutot, Marc-David Braida, Thierry Le Mercier, M. Saïful Islam, Christian Masquelier

Journal of Power Sources, 2018

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