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Dr Noel Hallemans


Noël Hallemans MEng PhD

Postdoctoral Research Assistant


Noël was born in Brussels in December 1996. He received his MEng degree (2019) and the prize for best master thesis from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Université Libre de Bruxelles. Noël obtained his PhD degree (2023) from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and University of Warwick with the dissertation entitled "Frequency domain data-driven modelling as a tool for monitoring the impedance of electrochemical systems beyond linearity and stationarity". He was supervised by professor Rik Pintelon and modelled lithium-ion batteries.

In 2024 Noël moved to Oxford where he is now postdoctoral research assistant at the control group.

Noël's hobbies are reading, listening to sixties music, and cycling. He speaks three languages; English, Dutch, and French.

Research Interests

  • Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
  • Battery modelling
  • System identification
  • Nonlinear and time-varying systems
  • Battery manufacturing
  • Real-time process control

Current Projects

  • Characterising batteries from impedance data beyond linearity and stationarity
  • Real-time process control for battery manufacturing