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Postdoctoral Researcher, Materials Engineering
I work on the design of aqueous organic redox flow batteries (AqORFB). Current projects involve investigating possible electrolyte additives, solid boosters and redox-active molecules for AqORFBs.

Areas of expertise

organic synthesis
redox flow batteries


A Swedish researcher who thinks redox flow batteries are very promising. On my free time, I like to go running, swimming, climbing, hiking, doing yoga and cycling. Favorite bands include Queens of the Stone age, Tool, Opeth and Puscifer. 

- Bachelor and Master of Science in Chemical Engineering at KTH - 2008-2013
      Erasmus Year in Munich at Techische Universität München - 2011-2012
- Project Engineer at Ulinco Vulctech 2013-2016
- Doctoral Studies at Chalmers University of Technology, 2016-2020
      Visiting Researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 2017-2018
Electrochemical Studies of Quinonoid Compounds for Aqueous Organic Redox Flow Batteries


Environmentally friendly energy storage solutions are very important to combat anthropological climate change. Aqueous organic redox flow batteries is a promising candidate where redox-active molecules are stored in tanks and are pumped through electrochemical cell when charging or discharging. 

My research is related to optimizing the energy efficiency, stability and energy density of these batteries. I am trying how to do this in three different ways: Firstly, by proper design of the redox-active molecules and supporting electrolytes. Secondly, by using solid boosters where pellets of solid material is added to the electrolyte reservoirs of the battery. Lastly, by adding organic molecules (so called hydrotropes) to the electrolyte solution, and studying the effect on solubility of the redox-active molecule and battery performance.


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