Dr Mayur Bonkile is a research associate at the Dyson School of Design Engineering, where he works with Prof. Gregory Offer and Dr Billy Wu on physics-based Li-ion battery modelling, understanding of battery degradation, thermal management system and control.
He joined the Electrochemical Science and Engineering group at Imperial College London in 2022 to work on PyBaMM under the Faraday Institution's Multiscale Modelling project. Prior to this, he was awarded a PhD in the integration of renewable hybrid power systems with battery energy storage from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay. Mayur did his Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (2011) and Master in Thermal Sciences (2015).
Mayur is a science communicator and loves to explain scientific concepts to the public. He won the FameLab India 2017 from the British Council at the Cheltenham Science Festival in the UK. He was the finalist for the EURAXESS Science Slam India 2017 and the winner of the Swiss Science Slam 2019.
Feature Media Mentions:
et al., 2023, Coupled electrochemical-thermal-mechanical stress modelling in composite silicon/graphite lithium-ion battery electrodes, Journal of Energy Storage, Vol:73, ISSN:2352-152X
Bonkile MP, Ramadesigan V, 2022, Power control strategy and economic analysis using physics-based battery models in standalone wind-battery systems, Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments, Vol:54, ISSN:2213-1388
Bonkile MP, Ramadesigan V, 2022, Effects of sizing on battery life and generation cost in PV–wind battery hybrid systems, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol:340, ISSN:0959-6526, Pages:130341-130341
Bonkile MP, Ramadesigan V, 2020, Physics-based models in PV-battery hybrid power systems: Thermal management and degradation analysis, Journal of Energy Storage, Vol:31, ISSN:2352-152X, Pages:101458-101458
Bonkile MP, Ramadesigan V, 2019, PV-Wind-Battery Hybrid Power Systems: Power Management Control Strategy Using P2D Battery Model, Ecs Meeting Abstracts, Vol:MA2019-02, Pages:55-55