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Dr Alexander Rettie
Room 212B
Roberts Engineering Building
Torrington Place
London
WC1E 7JE
Appointment
  • Lecturer in Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage
  • Dept of Chemical Engineering
  • Faculty of Engineering Science
Role
UCL Principal Supervisor,UCL Subsidiary Supervisor
Biography

Alex Rettie is a Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at University College London (UCL) since January 2019. Prior to joining UCL, he was a post-doc at Argonne National Laboratory where he focused on materials design and total scattering techniques. He received his Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering) from the University of Texas at Austin in 2015, investigating metal oxide photoelectrodes and his M.Eng. degree (Chemical Engineering) from the University of Edinburgh.

Research Summary

My research is on the experimental discovery and characterisation of electrochemical energy materials and their incorporation into devices, with a focus on electronic and ionic charge transport. Current research areas include:
  • Solid-state batteries
  • Scalable ion membranes for metal batteries
  • Hopping transport in complex metal oxides
  • Advanced scattering techniques (x-ray and neutron)

Teaching Summary

Advanced Propulsion Systems (CENG0054)

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