Alison Thompson

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Alison graduated in 2013 with a Masters degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cambridge. Her interest in electrochemistry brought her to the University of Sheffield, where Alison spent a year researching methods to determine the health of lithium ion batteries, with a particular focus on using impedance spectroscopy data.

In 2014 She joined the 4CU project, as a PhD student. Alison is researching the use of impedance spectroscopy to characterise different processes occurring in high temperature solid oxide cells, used for the co-electrolysis of carbon dioxide and steam.

To see the research that Alison is doing, please click here to see her video.

4CU Publications:

“Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Data from Solid Oxide Cells Undergoing Co-Electrolysis: The Influence of Rig Inductance Solid Oxide Electrolysis and Reversible Cells”, A. R. Thompson, A. V. Call, D. J. Cumming, D. C. Sinclair and R. H. Elder, ECS Transactions – DOI: 10.1149/06801.3417ecst

“Nickel Impregnated Cerium-Doped Strontium Titanate Fuel Electrode: Direct Carbon Dioxide Electrolysis and Co-Electrolysis”, D. J. Cumming, A. R. Thompson, and R. H. Rothman, Journal of Electrochemical Society – DOI: 10.1149/2.0081611jes

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