Lukas Friedrich Worch

Imperial College London


Research Project: Investigating the nanoscale solid-liquid interface for next generation batteries via cryogenic sub-atomic scale electron microscopy
Supervisors: Shelly Conroy (ICL), Baptiste Gault (ICL), Valeria Nicolosi (TCD)

Lukas graduated from the Technical University of Munich with a B.Sc. in Physics and an M.Sc. in Condensed Matter Physics. He is now working with Dr Shelly Conroy at Imperial College to investigate lithium-ion batteries. His work focuses primarily on a combination of STEM and APT at cryogenic temperatures, which will be used to investigate solid-liquid interfaces with the goal of improving the lifetime of next generation batteries.

Nadir Basma

What differentiates the CDT ACM is the increased familiarity with facilities, techniques, and academic groups gained from working between the two partner universities.