Kent Griffith delivered last week’s instalment of the MCR Seminar on ‘Next Generation Energy Storage: Batteries, Supercapacitors, Fuel Cells’, hosted by the MCR.

Kent is a PhD student, a Churchill Scholar and a Herschel Smith Scholar. He is interested in the relationship between structure and electrochemical energy storage.  His research focuses on the application of solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (ssNMR) to solid state electrochemistry, specifically pseudocapacitors.

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The full series of SCR & MCR Academic talks will be available online, for more information and to attend please see the events Calendar.

SCR & MCR Academic Talks