Min Xu

PhD Student, 2017 – Present
He graduated in 2014 with an Bachelor of Engineering from School of Microelectronics and Solid-State Electronics in University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. Then joined in School of Energy Science and Engineering as a master student, and graduated in 2017. He carried out calculation and modeling work with Solid Oxide Fuel Cell as a master student. He was offered an scholarship from Sweden in 2015 and he began to study modeling research in Lund University as an exchange student.

He joined in Prof. John T.S. Irvine’s group in 2017 and started his PhD project on the design and optimization of electrodes for hybrid Direct Carbon Fuel Cell (DCFC). His work includes combining his simulation skills with experimental work to study the mechanism within the DCFC and to improve the cell’s performance.