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PostDoctoral Researcher, Materials Engineering
Mathematical Modelling of Energy Storage Systems

Areas of expertise

Analytical Chemistry
Computational Chemistry
Mathematical Modelling
Electro-diffusion Processes
Potentiometric Ion Sensors
Ion-Selective Electrodes
Redox Flow Batteries
Diffusion-Adsorption Processes
Cement-based Materials
Biological Systems (mitochondria


PhD in Chemical Engineering (Åbo Akademi University, Åbo/Turku 2013), Specialisation: Analytical Chemistry
MSc in Chemical Engineering (Åbo Akademi University, Åbo/Turku 2008), Specialisation: Analytical Chemistry
MSc Eng. in Materials Science (AGH-UST, Kraków 2008), Specialisation: Materials for Electronics

Work Experience:
2008-2014: Researcher at Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
2014-2016: Researcher at AGH - University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland
2016-present: Assistant Professor at AGH - University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland
2021-present: Post-doctoral researcher at Turun Yliopisto, Turku Finland


- Simulations and New Materials (at University of Turku)

- Materials Design and Computer-aided Materials Science (at AGH-UST)

- Sustainable Development in Materials Science (at AGH-UST)


My research focuses on the mathematical modelling of the transport processes and the theoretical description of redox flow batteries (RFBs). It also includes the development of the Home Energy Management System (HEMS).

In order to use the renewable energy sources in a large scale it is also essential to develop inexpensive batteries. The RFBs have been proposed as a promising technology for large scale energy storage. The better understanding of the physical and chemical processes occurring in RFBs may lead to the development of the next generation batteries for practical applications.

Other research includes modelling of electrochemical sensors, concrete-based materials and biological systems.


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