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Chandra is a lecturer and Royal Society Research Fellow at Imperial College London in the faculty of Engineering. He is leading the sub-theme “smart energy technologies and materials” as part of Energy Technologies at the Dyson School of Design Engineering, where his research group is focused on tailor-made materials, solar-batteries, flexible batteries, post Li ion technologies and smart materials. He is also a member of Electrochemical Science and Engineering group, Imperial.



Campanella D, Bertoni G, Zhu W, et al., 2023, Gram-scale carbothermic control of LLZO garnet solid electrolyte particle size, Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol:457, ISSN:1385-8947

Campanella D, Krachkovskiy S, Faure C, et al., 2022, Influence of AlPO<inf>4</inf> Impurity on the Electrochemical Properties of NASICON-Type Li<inf>1.5</inf>Al<inf>0.5</inf>Ti<inf>1.5</inf>(PO<inf>4</inf>)<inf>3</inf> Solid Electrolyte, Chemelectrochem, Vol:9

Basak S, Tavabi AH, Dzieciol K, et al., 2022, Operando transmission electron microscopy of battery cycling: thickness dependent breaking of TiO2 coating on Si/SiO2 nanoparticles, Chemical Communications, Vol:58, ISSN:1359-7345, Pages:3130-3133

Chakrabarti BK, Kalamaras E, Ouyang M, et al., 2021, Trichome-like Carbon-Metal Fabrics Made of Carbon Microfibers, Carbon Nanotubes, and Fe-Based Nanoparticles as Electrodes for Regenerative Hydrogen/Vanadium Flow Cells, Acs Applied Nano Materials, Vol:4, Pages:10754-10763

Kaboli S, Girard G, Zhu W, et al., 2021, Thermal evolution of NASICON type solid-state electrolytes with lithium at high temperature via in situ scanning electron microscopy, Chemical Communications, Vol:57, ISSN:1359-7345, Pages:11076-11079

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