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Emmanuel Batsa Tetteh, PhD

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Emmanuel earned his undergraduate degree in petrochemical engineering (KNUST, Ghana) and master’s degree in energy science and engineering (DGIST, South Korea) before pursuing his PhD in chemistry (RUB, Germany) under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie PhD Fellowship (SENTINEL). During his PhD, he worked on developing electrochemical techniques to characterize materials used as electrodes in electrochemical energy storage and conversion devices such as batteries, fuel cells and electrolyzers. He was also a visiting researcher at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, where he developed smart electrochemical techniques for characterization of fast charging Li-ion battery electrode materials. Emmanuel is currently a research scientist at the Center for Electrochemical Sciences (CES, Germany), where he focuses on developing techniques and tools for data driven material discovery with application in electrocatalysis, material science and electrochemistry.