Descriptif des activités de rechercheChemical and electrochemical characterization of LCO and NMC cathodes. Propose a design of experiments that allows to elucidate the rate limiting step of the electrode materials for Li-battery in electrochemical process by physico-chemical techniques (Diffraction, Raman, IR, granulometry, porosimetry, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, titration techniques (GITT, PITT) and cyclic voltammetry). The design of experiments should consider the amplitude of pulse, speed of cyclic voltammetry, and temperature. Develop an electrical and electrochemical model to interpret the electrochemical measurements.
- PhD in Chemical Engineering (Laboratory of Catalytic Reactor Engineering (LCRE) UAM‐Iztapalapa, 2015 – 2020 Experimental and theoretical studies on the mechanisms involved in the charge and discharge of Lithium Ion Batteries with a LiFePO4:PVDF CSP cathode.)
- Master of Science (MSc) in Chemical Engineering (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana UAM-Iztapalapa 2011 – 2013 Modelling the behavior of a catalytic oxidation reaction in a fluidized bed reactor)
- Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Engineering (Universidad del Mar, Campus Puerto Ángel) (2005-2010)
Characterization of composite electrodes by electrochemical techniques and development a mathematical model based on the principles of chemical and electrochemical engineering.
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