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European Training Network POLYSTORAGE

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The Project

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The development of advanced storage technologies to enable the integration of sustainable energy sources in the electric grid represents a major challenge for our society. In the last years, lithium-ion batteries attracted great attention and became the most known and widespread battery system in our society. However, since they contain toxic and/or scarce metals, e.g., cobalt and nickel, as well as flammable solvents, the development of more environmentally friendly and safer battery technologies represents a priority. Additionally, this technology is limited when flexibility, low cost, or even higher energy density are important. POLYSTORAGE will tackle these limitations by developing highly innovative polymer electrolytes and polymer active materials for advanced post-lithium batteries.

Polymers are currently applied in lithium-ion batteries mostly as additives and/or binders. The next generation of energy storage technologies needs new polymer innovations to solve current technological issues. In particular, novel polymer electrolytes, being compatible with advanced electrode materials (e.g., sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, lithium-metal, sodium-air) and displaying high ionic conductivity and mechanical stability, as well as innovative redox-active polymers for the use as active materials in emerging polymer-based battery technologies (polymer redox-flow batteries (pRFBs) and hybrid organic batteries) are urgently needed. The new polymers will be optimized for processing in semi-automatic or fully automatic pilot lines and the best performing system will be scaled up and integrated in real cell configurations by an industrial partner.

The main scientific and technical objectives are:

  • Synthesis of innovative polymer architectures with multiple functionalities (ionic/electronic transport, ionic/mechanical properties, and redox performance/high solubility).
  • Investigation of the supramolecular organisation using cutting-edge techniques (high-res 3D imaging, cryo-TEM, cryo-STEM) to enable in-situ characterisation of the materials.
  • Development and integration of significantly improved polymer electrolytes and polymer active materials for advanced battery technologies.
  • Realisation of a semi-industrial redox flow battery system optimized for the new polymer-based chemistry.
  • Upscaling of selected polymer electrolyte systems, which will be integrated in lab-scale prototype cells, and basic proof-of-concept engineering of a pilot plant.

The multidisciplinary aspect of POLYSTORAGE is reflected in the high number of research areas within the proposed program including polymer chemistry, ionic liquids, supramolecular self-assembly, polymer physics, advanced characterisation, electrochemistry, energy storage technologies, and engineering. The ESRs will benefit from a comprehensive training program featuring inter-sectorial and multidisciplinary technical courses, rich transferable skills training and international secondments with a strong focus on industrial experience. The POLYSTORAGE researchers will be capable of leading interdisciplinary research activities with a unique expertise. In this context, the POLYSTORAGE training network will serve as a European platform for outstanding doctoral training in the field of innovative polymers for next-generation electrochemical energy storage.

News

29 Sep 2020
Welcome Isaac Alvarez...
...as ESR 7 working at the Catholic University of Louvain!
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Isaac Alvarez
18 Sep 2020
1st POLYSTORAGE Workshop and Progress Meeting
On 1st  and 2nd October 2020 the 1st POLYSTORAGE-ETN workshop and progress meeting, organized by the University of ...
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Poster
31 Jul 2020
Welcome Rebecca Grieco...
...as ESR 10 at the IMDEA Energy Institute in Madrid, Spain!
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Rebecca Grieco
24 Jul 2020
Welcome Olivera Lužanin as ESR 14...
...at the National Institute of Chemistry in Slovenia!
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Olivera Lužanin
23 Jul 2020
Welcome Alessandro Innocenti to the ETN POLYSTORAGE!
He is our Early Stage Researcher 4 supervised by Prof. Dr. Stefano Passerini at the Helmholtz Institute Ulm / Karlsruhe ...
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Alessandro Innocenti
15 Jul 2020
Welcome Alessandro Michieletto to the ETN POLYSTORAGE!
Our Early Stage Researcher 1 just started at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena
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Alessandro Michieletto

Beneficiaries

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University of the Basque Country
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IMDEA Energy
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FAAM Research Center
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University of Pau
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Aalto University
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National Institute of Chemistry
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Early Stage Researchers (ESRs)

ESR 1: Alessandro Michieletto (Micelles of redox-active amphiphilic diblock copolymers for water-based polymer redox flow batteries) Show content
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I am Alessandro Michieletto and I come from Italy. I studied Materials Science in Padua, both Bachelor and Master, and I graduated with a thesis on electrochemically mediated atomic transfer radical polymerization (eATRP) in aqueous solvent. Later I worked as a research fellow in the electrochemical characterization of C3N4-based materials.

In July 2020, I joined the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, Germany, with the goal of developing polymeric micelles of redox active materials for polymeric redox flow batteries. This international and interdisciplinary project is an exciting challenge and fits well with the skills I have developed. I am looking forward to working in the Schubert Group.

In my free time I enjoy reading books, especially science fiction and fantasy, and I have a passion for history.

Research topic

The main objective of this PhD study is the preparation of micelles of redox-active diblock copolymers for aqueous polymer redox flow batteries. This project will include (i) synthesis of diblock copolymers containing a redox-active block, (ii) detailed study of the copolymer micellisation (DLS, cryoTEM) and stability of the polymeric micelles, (iii) investigation of the viscosity and the electrochemical properties of the micelles in water-based anolytes and catholytes for polymer redox flow batteries.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany de 

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Ulrich S. Schubert
ulrich.schubert@uni-jena.de

Secondments

Additional Mentors

ESR 2: Solid polymer electrolytes for hybrid organic polymer batteries Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the development and synthesis of solid polymer electrolytes for the application in hybrid organic polymer batteries. This project will include (i) synthesis of solid polymer electrolytes, (ii) characterisation of the SPE regarding molecular and macroscopic properties through thermal, spectroscopic, and electrochemical methods.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany de

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Ulrich S. Schubert
ulrich.schubert@uni-jena.de

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline expired

ESR 3: Synthesis of naturally inspired redox polymers Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the synthesis of new, naturally inspired redox polymers including catechol, polyphenol, or quinone functionalities. This project will include (i) smart-selection monomers and polymerisation methods, (ii) electrochemical characterisation of redox-active polymers, (iii) integration of selected redox polymers in polymer redox flow batteries or as redox active binders.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

University of the Basque Country, Spain

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. David Mecerreyes
david.mecerreyes@ehu.es 

Secondments

Additional Mentors

  • Prof. Dr. Roberto Dominko (National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia, Robert.Dominko@ki.si
  • Veselin Miroslavov (E22 Energy Storage Solutions, Spain)

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ESR 4: Alessandro Innocenti (Development of hybrid organic batteries with solid polymer electrolytes and redox polymer electrodes) Show content
Alessandro Innocenti Image: Alessandro Innocenti

I am Alessandro Innocenti, from Italy. For my Bachelor and Master degrees, I studied Energy Engineering at the Polytechnic of Milan, with a final thesis on the degradation of commercial lithium-ion batteries. I am passionate about innovation and sustainability, and this is the main reason why I chose to apply for a ESR position in the POLYSTORAGE project. I am really eager to work to go beyond the state of the art of electrochemical energy storage with such a wide and competent multidisciplinary network of universities and industries.

In particular, I am dealing with the realization and the characterization of hybrid organic battery prototypes, composed of redox-active polymer cathodes, solid polymer electrolytes and lithium metal anodes, with the supervision of Prof. Stefano Passerini. My host institution is the Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU) in the city of Ulm, Germany. It is a really nice place for a long-distance runner like me, with lots of hills, lakes, woods and a schöne river.

Research topic

The main objective of this PhD study is the development of lab-scale prototype hybrid organic batteries containing solid polymer electrolytes and redox polymer electrodes. This project will include (i) identification of cell fabrication parameters leading to good cell performance and long cycle life, (ii) investigation of charge transfer at the electrode-electrolyte interface, (iii) fabrication of laboratory-scale prototype cells containing a redox polymer cathode, a solid polymer electrolyte, and a lithium metal anode.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Stefano Passerini
stefano.passerini@kit.edu

Secondments

Additional Mentors

ESR 5: Polymer coatings of ceramic electrolytes and fabrication of all-solid-state post-lithium-ion batteries Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the construction of solid electrolytes with high bulk conductivity and good interfacial properties. This project will include (i) coating of polymer electrolytes by UV curing on ceramic (Garnet oxide) electrolyte particles, (ii) all-solid-state battery construction based on polymer-coated solid-state electrolytes and testing thereof, (iii) tailoring of interfacial properties for functional solid-state devices, (iv) characterisation of electrode-polymer-ceramic interfaces and interphases.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Uppsala University, Sweden

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Kristina Edström
kristina.edstrom@kemi.uu.se 

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline expired

ESR 6: Synthesis of ABC-type block copolymers for increased mechanical stability and ionic mobility Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the development and evaluation of synthetic strategies for the synthesis of ABC-type block copolymers. This project will include (i) synthesis of polymers with pendant groups for increased ionic mobility, (ii) structural characterisation and morphological understanding of ABC-type block copolymers, (iii) understanding of the structure/morphology influences on ionic mobility and mechanical properties in ABC-type block copolymers.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Uppsala University, Sweden

Main supervisor

Dr. Tim Melander Bowden
Tim.Bowden@kemi.uu.se

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline expired

ESR 7: Isaac Alvarez (Development of redox-active block copolymers featuring good electrical and ionic conductivities as new materials for organic radical cathodes) Show content
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I am Isaac, born and raised in Mexico. I obtained my Bachelor and Master degree in chemistry and chemistry-energy-environmental from the Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena in Germany.

During my bachelor thesis, I worked on gel polymer electrolytes for organic batteries and during my master´s on a model for the estimation of the State‑of‑Charge of Na/NiCl2 batteries.

I have undertaken two research stays in Spain and in the Netherlands, where I worked on nano particles with antimicrobial properties and with a high‑throughput platform to synthesize polymeric materials and investigate their applications as novel surfactants.

During my PhD at the Catholic University of Louvain I will work with block copolymers incorporating three functionalities: redox polymer for energy storage, conducting polymer to ensure electrical conductivity and solid polymer electrolyte ensuring good ion conductivity for ion‑exchange processes.

I am motivated to contribute to the development of powerful, inexpensive and environmentally friendly energy storage systems and I believe that the POLYSTORAGE project will provide me with a unique opportunity to achieve this goal.

Besides my passion for chemistry I like photography and mountain bike.

Research topic

The main objective of this PhD study is the development of block copolymers incorporating three distinct functionalities: a redox polymer block for energy storage, a conducting polymer block to ensure electrical conductivity and efficient charge collection, and a solid polymer electrolyte block ensuring good ion conductivity for ion-exchange processes. This project will include (i) study of the phase separation among the different constituent blocks, (ii) proper annealing procedures, (iii) characterisation of the obtained nanostructures, (iv) electrochemical characterisation (electrical and ionic conductivities, hybrid organic batteries).

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Jean-François Gohy
jean-francois.gohy@uclouvain.be 

Secondments

Additional Mentors

ESR 8: Development of advanced all-solid-state polymer electrolytes using innovative rapid and solvent-free procedures Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the preparation of solid polymer electrolytes using free radical polymerisation to obtain electrolytes with non-flammability, high thermal stability (≥ 150 °C), high ionic conductivity (≥ 0.1 mS/cm at room temperature), high safety, resistance towards lithium dendrite growth and related short circuits, and processability at industrial level using in-situ preparation and solvent-free procedures. This project will include (i) UV- and/or thermally induced free radical polymerisation, (ii) surface functionalisation of the already prepared polymer electrolytes using functionalised ionic liquids to increase conductivity and safety, (iii) characterisation of polymer networks by thermal, mechanical, and surface analysis, (iv) electrochemical characterisation (ionic conductivity -40 to 100 °C, electrochemical stability, performance by CD studies), (v) optimisation of dendrite growth and ion diffusion by the use of specifically selected and/or developed additives.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Claudio Gerbaldi
claudio.gerbaldi@polito.it 

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline expired

ESR 9: Development of redox-active colloids/suspensions for semi-solid redox flow batteries Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the development of redox-active colloids or suspensions of polymer-based particles. The redox-active particles should act as individual charge carriers incorporating redox functionalities into a well-defined polymer 3D structure for facile charge transport. Translation of the semi-solid redox flow battery concept, already demonstrated for inorganic materials (lithium-ion, sodium-ion chemistry), to the polymer field. The suspensions will contain redox-active moieties derived from quinones, viologens, nitroxides, catechols, etc., which will provide the reversible redox behaviour. This project will include (i) synthesis of redox-active polymer dispersions, (ii) preparation of conductive suspensions using conducting polymers or carbonaceous additives, (iii) electrochemical investigation of redox-active suspensions, (iv) investigation of semi-solid redox flow batteries using redox-active materials with different redox potentials.

Host institutions

University of the Basque Country, Spain (01.03.2020 – 31.08.2021) 
IMDEA Energy, Spain (01.09.2021 – 28.02.2023)

PhD enrolment

University of the Basque Country (Spain)

Main supervisors

Prof. Dr. David Mecerreyes
david.mecerreyes@ehu.es

Dr. Rebeca Marcilla
rebeca.marcilla@imdea.org

Secondments

Additional Mentors

  • Prof. Dr. Ulrich S. Schubert (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany, ulrich.schubert@uni-jena.de)
  • Veselin Miroslavov (E22 Energy Storage Solutions, Spain)

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ESR 10: Rebecca Grieco (Development of conjugated porous polymers with enhanced electrochemical properties) Show content
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I am Rebecca Grieco from Rome, Italy. I received my Masters Degree in Analytical Chemistry from the University Sapienza in Rome. I worked during my master internship in the Energy and Technologies Department of ENEA Casaccia, Rome, and during this project I synthesized and characterized a series of layered spinel materials with the general chemical formula xLi2MnO3 (1-x) LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 to be used as cathodes in lithium ion cells.

In July 2020 I joined the IMDEA Energy Institute in Madrid, Spain. The main objective of my PhD project is the development of conjugated porous polymers with large surface area and redox active groups. This project includes the synthesis of these polymers with redox-active groups, the control of the morphology and the investigation of the electrochemical properties in a half-cell configuration.

I am very excited to become part of Dr. Rebeca Marcilla's team and contributing to the scientific research of new materials for a more sustainable energy system. Given my interest in this topic acquired during my studies, I have decided to participate in the POLYSTORAGE project and I am sure that thanks to this project I will be able to grow as a researcher.

In my free time I like rock climbing, trekking and photography.

Research topic

The main objective of this PhD study is the development of conjugated porous polymers with a large surface area and redox-active groups. The porous material will include at least two distinct functionalities, a functionality able to undergo fast and reversible redox reactions and a conducting polymer functionality to ensure electrical conductivity and efficient charge collection. This project will include (i) synthesis of conjugated porous polymers having redox-active moieties, (ii) control of the morphology through reaction conditions, (iii) investigation of electrochemical properties in a half-cell configuration, (iv) understanding the structure-performance relationships.

Host institution

IMDEA Energy, Spain

PhD enrolment

University of the Basque Country, Spain

Main supervisor

Dr. Rebeca Marcilla
rebeca.marcilla@imdea.org

Secondments

Additional Mentors

  • Prof. Dr. Janne Ruokolainen (Aalto University, Finland, janne.ruokolainen@aalto.fi)
  • Dr. Roberto Beretta (FAAM Research Center, Italy)
ESR 11: Polymer-electrolyte optimisation and feasibility study on the industrialisation of the production process Show content

The objective of this PhD study is the optimisation and processing of polymer-electrolyte formulations towards adaption to semi-automatic or fully automatic pilot lines as well as the verification of the possibility of direct deposition on the electrode surface at a lab-scale. This project will include (i) in-situ polymerisation of the selected liquid, multifunctional reactive precursors onto the electrode film using UV-induced thermal polymerisation processes, (ii) assembly and electrochemical testing of electrode/electrolyte multilayers, (iii) fabrication of advanced all-solid lithium-ion polymer cells at a lab-scale, (iv) design of a suitable pilot plant to implement the developed process and realise a basic proof-of-concept engineering comprising market analysis.

Host institution

FAAM Research Center

PhD enrolment

Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Main supervisor

Dr. Roberto Beretta

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline expired

ESR 12: Control of the hierarchical self-assembly of ion-containing block-copolymer blends and exploration of the morphology-electrochemical-properties correlation Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the development of a novel strategy to optimise the lithium-(or sodium-)ion-transport number without sacrificing ionic conductivity through multiscale polymer-blend self-assembly. This project will include (i) synthesis of homopolymers, di- and triblock copolymers containing polar blocks able to host and dissociate the salt (ion-conducting block), single-ion blocks with grafted anions, and mechanically stable high-glass-temperature blocks, (ii) specific sample preparation, e.g., in-situ polymerisation, to generate multiscales out of equilibrium morphologies, (iii) characterisation of morphologies with small-angle scattering techniques supplemented by microscopy.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

University of Pau, France

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Laurent Rubatat
laurent.rubatat@univ-pau.fr 

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline expired

ESR 13: High-resolution morphological characterisation and 3D imaging of self-assembly polymer electrolytes and copolymer micellisation Show content

The objective of this PhD study is the morphological characterisation and 3D imaging of self-assembling polymer electrolytes and copolymer micellisation, including (i) nanoscale structure characterisation using high-resolution instrumentation (e.g., HR-TEM, liquid-helium cryo-TEM, 3D-imaging using dual beam FIB-SEM, and AFM), (ii) material characterisation by small-angle X-ray and XRD methods, (iii) cryo-TEM study of the redox-active diblock copolymer micellisation and the stability of the polymeric micelles.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Aalto University, Finland

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Janne Ruokolainen
janne.ruokolainen@aalto.fi

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline

31 July 2020

You'll find further information here

You can either apply via the Application platform below or directly here.

ESR 14: Olivera Lužanin (Hybrid organic polymers for post-lithium-ion batteries) Show content
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I am Olivera Lužanin from Serbia. I had the pleasure of joining the Department of Materials Chemistry at the National Institute of Chemistry in Ljubljana in March 2020. At the moment, I’m working on the development and synthesis of hybrid organic polymers and their application in post-lithium-ion batteries.

I have a bachelor’s and master’s degree in physical chemistry, which I obtained at the Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade. My previous research experience includes work on nanostructured conjugated polymers and their application in fuel cells, and organic-based electrode materials for supercapacitors.

POLYSTORAGE offers a unique opportunity to be a part of the dynamic team and work on current problems related to energy storage with top-notch experts. These were the main reasons I was eager to take part in the project. Aside from being passionate about chemistry, I would say I’m a film enthusiast with a keen interest in cognitive psychology.

Research topic

The main objective of this PhD study is the development and synthesis of hybrid organic polymers and their application in post-lithium-ion batteries (sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium). This project will include (i) synthesis of hybrid organic polymers, (ii) characterisation of the hybrid organic polymers, and (iii) application in monovalent and multivalent post-lithium-ion batteries.

Host institution

National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia

PhD enrolment

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Main supervisors

Prof. Dr. Robert Dominko
Robert.Dominko@ki.si 

Prof. Dr. Janez Cerkovnik
Janez.Cerkovnik@fkkt.uni-lj.si 

Secondments

Additional Mentors

  • Prof. Dr. Janne Ruokolainen (Aalto University, Finland, janne.ruokolainen@aalto.fi)
  • Dr. Roberto Beretta (FAAM Research Center, Italy)
ESR 15: Polymer-based redox flow battery system and characterisation Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the development of a battery system (stack, control) optimised for new polymer-based redox flow chemistries. (i) Identification of stack materials, (ii) cell assembly, (iii) development of the control system, and (iv) techno-economic analysis of the solution for product commercialisation.

Host institution

E22 Energy Storage Solutions, Spain

PhD enrolment

University of the Basque Country, Spain

Main supervisor

Veselin Miroslavov
vmiroslavov@energystoragesolutions.com

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline expired

ESR 17: Ionic-liquid polymer electrolytes for sodium-air batteries Show content

The main objective of this PhD study is the study of the oxygen-reduction reaction mechanisms in an ionic-liquid-based solid electrolyte using carbon-based materials as air cathodes. This project will include (i) synthesis of ionogels, (ii) electrochemical studies in half cells, and (iii) electrochemical investigations in full cells using sodium as the anode.

Host institution and PhD enrolment

Deakin University, Australia

Main supervisor

Prof. Dr. Maria Forsyth
maria.forsyth@deakin.edu.au 

Secondments

Additional Mentors

Application deadline expired

Application platform

Please send your application including the following documents as one pdf file to polystorage-etn@uni-jena.de as well as to the responsible supervisor (see ESR descriptions above):

  1. Filled application form [pdf, 279 kb] de
  2. Motivation letter
  3. Curriculum vitae of at most 3 pages. Europass C.V. format preferred
  4. Transcripts and certifications from university:
    1. Bachelor degree, including class ranking if possible
    2. Master degree (or equivalent), including class ranking if possible
  5. Names of at least two references who are willing to write a letter of recommendation on your behalf (they may be contacted by us)
  6. Any other relevant documents

For more information about each ESR position, see also the respective local job advertisements at the beneficiaries’ web pages.

The Team

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Prof. Dr. Ulrich S. Schubert
(Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Coordinator)

Prof. Dr. David Mecerreyes
(University of the Basque Country)

Prof. Dr. Stefano Passerini
(Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

Prof. Dr. Daniel Brandell
(Uppsala University)

Prof. Dr. Jean-François Gohy
(Université catholique de Louvain)

Prof. Dr. Claudio Gerbaldi
(Politecnico di Torino)

Dr. Rebeca Marcilla
(IMDEA Energy)

Dr. Roberto Beretta
(FAAM Research Center)

Prof. Dr. Laurent Rubatat
(University of Pau)

Prof. Dr. Janne Ruokolainen
(Aalto University)

Prof. Dr. Robert Dominko
(National Institute of Chemistry)

Veselin Miroslavov
(E22 Energy Storage Solutions)

Prof. Dr. Maria Forsyth
(Deakin University)

Contact POLYSTORAGE ETN

Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry, c/o Prof. Dr. Ulrich S. Schubert
Humboldtstr. 10
07743 Jena
Phone
+49 3641 9-48200
Fax
+49 3641 9-48202
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Funding

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 860403.

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