Dr. Laura Lander is a postdoctoral research associate in the Electrochemical Science and Engineering group, where her research focuses on the techno-economics and sustainability of Li-ion batteries. She holds a PhD in Materials Science and has a background in synthesis and structural and electrochemical characterisation of novel cathode materials for Li-ion and Na-ion batteries.
Before joining the Mechanical Engineering Department at Imperial College London, Dr. Lander obtained her PhD at the College de France in Paris and was a JSPS postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Tokyo.
et al., 2021, Cost and carbon footprint reduction of electric vehicle lithium-ion batteries through efficient thermal management, Applied Energy, Vol:289, ISSN:0306-2619, Pages:1-10
et al., 2020, Towards a More Sustainable Lithium-Ion Battery Future: Recycling LIBs from Electric Vehicles, Batteries & Supercaps, Vol:3, Pages:1126-1136
Lander L, Tarascon J-M, Yamada A, 2018, Sulfate-based Cathode Materials for Li- and Na-ion Batteries, The Chemical Record, Vol:0, ISSN:1528-0691
et al., 2018, Polyanionic Insertion Materials for Sodium‐Ion Batteries, Advanced Energy Materials, Vol:0, ISSN:1614-6832, Pages:1703055-1703055
et al., 2015, Structural, electrochemical and magnetic properties of a novel KFeSO4F polymorph, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol:3, ISSN:2050-7496, Pages:19754-19764
et al., 2014, Synthesis and Electrochemical Performance of the Orthorhombic Li2Fe(SO4)2 Polymorph for Li-Ion Batteries, Chemistry of Materials, Vol:26, ISSN:0897-4756, Pages:4178-4189