I am a PhD-student working at RISE, a research institute located in Borås in Sweden. I began working here in July of 2018, after finishing my Master in Material Science and Engineering at NTNU in Norway in June the same year. During my master’s degree I was working on batteries. At RISE I am moving from batteries to studying the degradation mechanisms in PEM fuel cells and electrolysers. It has always been a goal of mine to be working on renewable energy technology and combined with my interest in materials science this project is exactly what I was looking for when searching for a PhD.
Institute PhD Student,
RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
July 2018 - Present
Institute doctoral student in the electronics department. Working on PEM fuel cell and electrolysis testing and analysis of the degradation mechanisms occurring. Doctoral student at Jönköping University.
Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
August 2013 - June 2018
Specialization in materials for energy technology. Master thesis in collaboration with the Norwegian Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) working on anode materials for nickel-metal hydride batteries.