Field of Study:
Supervising Faculty: David Wood
I am originally from Green Bay Wisconsin and went to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Clare for undergrad. I did my master’s work at the University of North Dakota and my research interest is centered around renewable energy storage. I currently work with Lithium ion battery technology with the aim of improving the performance of energy storage systems.
Apart from research, I enjoy the outdoors and traveling.
BS Physics: University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (2017)
MS Physics: University of North Dakota (2019)
Awards and Recognitions
Richard Mcgregor Graduate Study Memorial Scholarship (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 2017)
What makes lithium substituted polyacrylic acid a better binder than polyacrylic acid for silicon-graphite composite anodes?