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Analysis of Complex Electrochemical Systems (ACES) lab

In our lab we study mechanisms within complex electrochemical systems. Practical electrochemical systems such as batteries, sensors, and fuel cells are often complex, involving engineered high surface area electrodes, starved electrolyte conditions, phase transformations, and interplay of the two electrodes. For these reasons there are significant deviations from ideal behavior as well as emergent or unexpected phenomena. We seek to understand these to engineer better devices for broad societal benefit, such as the worldwide adoption of sustainable energy.

Professor Joshua Gallaway
DiPietro Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering
Northeastern University
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Office: 215 Cullinane Hall
Lab: 252 Egan Research Center
j.gallaway at northeastern.edu
(617) 373-3769
Office Hours Spring 2020:
Tuesday 2:00-3:00 PM
Thursday 10:00-11:00 AM

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