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Matthew Glazer

Matthew Glazer is a PhD student at Northwestern University's Materials Science and Engineering Department. His research focuses on exploring transient phase change behavior and strain evolution in alloying anode materials for Li-ion batteries during cycling using in operando X-ray scattering techniques at the Advanced Photon Source (ANL). He hopes that an understanding of these processes will lead to new designs for electrodes employing complex architectures which are able to accommodate dramatic volume changes associated with higher capacity anode materials for longer battery lifetimes, thus making energy storage technologies more attractive for transportation and electrical grid load leveling applications.

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FF5.06 - Measuring Strain Evolution in Operando in Bicontinuous Silicon Inverse Opal Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries Using X-Ray Diffraction 
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December 3, 2013   3:30pm - 3:45pm
 
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