Mei-Chin is a PhD candidate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, working on the battery modelling and simulation with Dr Gregory Offer, Dr Monica Marinescu and Dr Huizhi Wang.
Outside of her PhD research, she worked as the Web Officer in the Electrochemical Science and Engineering Research Group (Oct 2017 - May 2020) and in the Faculty of Engineering (November 2019 - February 2020). She also co-founded the ECS Student Chapter at Imperial College London with Aigerim Omirkhan, Epameinondas Skountzos and Mohamed Koronfel.
et al., 2021, Large-format bipolar and parallel solid-state lithium-metal cell stacks: a thermally coupled model-based comparative study, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol:167, ISSN:0013-4651, Pages:1-23
et al., 2021, Interactions are important: Linking multi-physics mechanisms to the performance and degradation of solid-state batteries, Materials Today, ISSN:1369-7021
et al., 2019, Experimental and numerical analysis to identify the performance limiting mechanisms in solid-state lithium cells under pulse operating conditions., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol:21, ISSN:1463-9076, Pages:22740-22755
et al., What is the rate-limiting mechanism in solid-state lithium cells at different pulse operating conditions?, 236th ECS Meeting
et al., Experimental Parameterisation of the Continuum Models for Solid-state Lithium Batteries, 3rd Annual Oxford ECS Student Chapter Symposium