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Monroe Research Group

Monroe Research Group


Welcome to the Monroe Research Group webpage!

Our research program centers on electrochemical engineering, with an emphasis on the technological problems associated with energy storage and production.

An electrochemical system such as a rechargeable battery or a fuel cell relies on a chain of kinetic and transport processes, which occur and interact across many scales of size and distance. We aim to connect the microscopic perspective of the physical chemist with the macroscopic view of the device engineer.

RT @FaradayInst: 📢 Really excited that the Early Career Researcher Day of #Faraday2021 is underway. 16 talks in 4 themed sessions from some…

Postdoc position with @oxengsci, @SolbatF & @FaradayInst: "Continuum battery modelling relevant to characterisation, performance diagnostics, and technoeconomics of electrolytes for all-solid-state lithium batteries"

Alex's work on a "Consolidated theory of fluid thermodiffusion" is now on @arxiv! See how Soret and Dufour effects are accounted for within the OSM framework: