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Amit Kumar

01/07/2022 Welcome Amit!

Welcome to Dr Amit Kumar who has just joined the group to work on an industry funded project. Amit is a polymer scientist with expertise in the synthesis of high-performance polymers from biomass. Looking forward to working with you Amit! 

21/06/2022 Group Hiking Trip to Lough Muskry

The Kennedy Group enjoyed an excellent hiking trip to Lough Muskry in Co Tipperary alongside our friends and collaborators in the Ryan, Geaney and Singh groups. As a reward for our efforts, we stopped on the way home for a well earned “refreshment”!

29/04/2022 Welcome Fernando & Chandra!

Welcome to Dr Fernando Otero Díez who has just joined the group after recently completing his PhD with Professor Edmond Magner. Also, welcome to Dr Chandra Sekhar who has just joined the group to work on Na-ion battery development. Great to have you both on board!

19/04/2022 Congratulations to Imed on the publication of his first journal article in the Polymers journal

Imed’s first journal article was published this week and is available at this link. In his article, Imed performed the widest ranging investigation of its kind into the effect cure temperature has on the physico-chemical, electrical and mechanical characteristics of polyimide. Nice work Imed!

01/03/2022 Welcome Marina and Misbah!

Welcome to Dr Marina Moraes Leite and Misbah Mushtaq who have just joined the group to work on battery electrode development. Looking forward to working with you both!

02/04/2022 Congratulations to Kieran on the publication of his article in the Applied Energy

Kieran’s article was published this week and is available at the link below. In his article, Kieran performed investigated the intrinsic relationship between equivalent circuit elements and components of an impedance spectra (frequency, real, imaginary and phase) and exploited these to estimate the state of a Li-ion battery at a given point of time without the need of continuous historical tracking information. The paper is available at the link below.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352152X22006247