Xiang Yang is an Early Stage Researcher (ESR) at Jena Batteries GmbH within the FlowCamp project and a PhD candidate at Friedrich-Schiller University Jena. She is currently working on developing compatible materials for organic redox flow batteries and RFB systems.
Filippo Fenini obtained his Ph.D. in 2018 at the Technical University of Denmark (DK), working on the development of ceramic materials as anode catalyst support for PEM electrolysis cells. Since 2019, he is a postdoc at Aarhus University (DK), with focus on testing and up-scaling of organics-based redox flow batteries.
Business development manager for flow batteries at SGL Group.
Dr. Ruidong Yang is the technical lead developing novel NafionTM membrane for flow battery application in Chemours. He has approximately ten years of experience on the research and development of membranes and advanced battery materials with ~8 filed patent and ~17 scientific publications.
Dario graduated in mechanical engineering and currently in his last year of his PhD. Dario’s research activity deals with renewable energy sources exploitation, as well as with energy storage systems. He is currently carrying out experimental activities on all-Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries.
David is Assistant professor at Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
Jiří is a PhD student at University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague. During his bachelor and master studies his research wass related to VRFB, specifically to ion-exchange membranes and carbon felt electrodes. Last year he began researching vanadium-oxygen fuel cells as part of his dissertation.
Ulrich is a Professor of physical chemistry at Newcastle University.
Melanie Schröeder is a chemist/R&D engineer at Schmalz.