Andrew Colcasure

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Personal Profile

Andrew Colclasure leads NREL's materials development and modeling research efforts within the Electrochemical Energy Storage group. His work includes advances in electrochemical modeling and experimentation for fast charging, next-generation silicon anodes, battery recycling, solid-state electrolytes, eliminating the use of critical materials, and physics-based machine learning. Andrew is developing novel, safe, long-life batteries for stationary energy storage to enable greater penetration of renewable energy sources. Before joining NREL, Andrew was a staff scientist at ITN Energy Systems, working to rapidly commercialize solid-state lithium batteries, lithium-air batteries, and vanadium redox flow batteries.

Research Interests

Fast charging of li-ion batteries

Solid-electrolyte interphase

Redox-flow batteries

Professional Experience

Researcher, NREL (2017–present)

Staff Scientist, ITN Energy Systems (2011–2017)

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

Master, Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

Bachelor, Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines


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