He works with Dr. Gregory Offer, Dr. Billy Wu and Dr. Monica Marinescu on multiple research projects at Electrochemical Science & Engineering (ESE) group at Imperial.
He analyses degradation/capacity fade in lithium-ion batteries (LIB), lithium-ion capacitors (LIC) and supercapacitors (SC) using mathematical models, and works with collaborative groups from industry/academia to improve the design of these energy storage devices for automotive and energy storage applications.
His PhD was on understanding the dynamic behaviour of supercapacitors using physics-based models and experiments.
N V N D, Madabattula G, Kumar S, 2022, (Digital Presentation) Self-Discharge in Electrochemical Capacitors: Beyond Conway’s Diagnostics, Ecs Meeting Abstracts, Vol:MA2022-01, Pages:8-8
Madabattula G, Kumar S, 2020, Model and Measurement Based Insights into Double Layer Capacitors: Voltage-Dependent Capacitance and Low Ionic Conductivity in Pores, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol:167, ISSN:0013-4651
et al., 2020, Degradation diagnostics for Li4Ti5O12-based lithium ion capacitors: insights from a physics-based model, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol:167, ISSN:0013-4651
et al., 2020, How to design lithium ion capacitors: modelling, mass ratio ofelectrodes and pre-lithiation, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol:167, ISSN:0013-4651
et al., 2019, 1D Electrochemical Model for Lithium Ion Capacitors in Comsol, v.5.3a