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Doctoral Researcher, Materials Engineering
Research group of Battery Materials and Technologies


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Areas of expertise

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM)
Polymer Degradation
Energy Materials
Solid Oxide Fuel cells
Redox Flow batteries


Mahdi Moghaddam is currently a third year PhD candidate at the University of Turku, at the research group of Battery Materials and Technologies. He obtained his dual-degree Master’s in materials engineering from Arts et Métiers ParisTech in France and the University of Tehran in Iran.


My current research is focusing on prototyping a new generation of stationary Redox Flow batteries, to be introduced as RedoxSolid-Flow batteries. It aims to use novel solid materials for energy storage in Redox-mediated flow batteries with aqueous solutions to enhance the energy capacity of conventional redox flow batteries. The research includes Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM) and applying X-rays and beam line operando characterization techniques to understand the mechanism of charge transfer between solid matter and redox couple in RedoxSolid-Flow batteries.


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Redox-mediated Processes (2023)

Reynard Danick, Moghaddam Mahdi, Wiberg Cedrik, Sepp Silver, Peljo Pekka, Girault Hubert H.
(Kirjan tai muun kokoomateoksen osa (B2))