Carlos Garcia is a Research Associate at the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He obtained a PhD from Imperial College in 2018. Prior to joining Imperial College, he was a Fulbright scholar at the University of California, San Diego, where he earned an MSc in Aerospace Engineering. He also gained another MSc in Applied Physics from Universidad Complutense in Spain.
Carlos currently works in the Electrochemical Science and Engineering Group. His research, in the framework of The Faraday Institution's Multiscale Modelling (MSM) project and other Innovate UK projects, turns around electrochemical characterisation and rapid ageing of lithium-ion cells, supporting the development of new and improved batteries.
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