Energy Conversion and Storage
Supervising Faculty: Claus Daniel
Nathan Phillip works with the Battery Manufacturing Facility group at the Manufacturing Demonstration Facility of Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The team is improving lithium-ion battery technology while reducing the cost through aqueous processing, post-mortem cell analysis, and next-generation high energy silicon anode designs. His current work focuses on cathode-electrolyte interactions as well as studies of renewable materials for battery applications. His prior work at the ORNL Center for Nanophase Materials Science on the Helium Ion Microscope allowed him to develop skills in modeling, microscopy, and data extraction.
When he is not working in the lab, Nathan may be found clambering up mountains, backpacking, or rock climbing.
Cathode-electrolyte interface in lithium ion batteries
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering - Miami University (2015)
- Science Judge and Question Writer, TN and National Science Bowls
- UT-Batelle Volunteer in Parks
Awards and Recognitions
- Commendation in Undergraduate Research - Miami University Physics Department, 2014-2015
- Undergraduate Research Award - Miami University, 2014-2015
- Undergraduate Summer Scholar - Miami University, 2014
- Honors Student – Miami University, 2012-2015
Google Scholar Profile: Nathan Phillip