Juliane Irine Preimesberger

Juliane Preimesberger


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Juliane Irine Preimesberger joined NREL in August 2022. Her current research is on the mechanics of lithium-ion batteries, where she is involved in two multi-laboratory consortia that focus on improving silicon anode batteries and recycling lithium battery materials. Before starting at NREL, she completed her doctorate at Princeton University in Professor Craig Arnold’s group. There, she studied the connection between mechanics and electrochemistry in lithium-ion electrode materials, deriving performance metrics for mechano-electrochemical energy harvesters and using techniques like neutron diffraction to provide insight into the mechanism behind the mechano-electrochemical effect.

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Research Interests

Electrochemical energy storage 

Mechanical characterization of materials 

Materials science 

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Mechanical Engineering, California Institute of Technology

PhD, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Princeton University


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