How can batteries become more sustainable? This young scientist might have the answer
Jodie Lutkenhaus, a World Economic Forum Young Scientist, is harnessing the power of organic polymers to develop alternative energy resources.
William and Ruth Neely Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University. 2002, BSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Texas, Austin; 2007, PhD in Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 2008, following a postdoctoral position at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, joined the faculty at Yale. 2010, moved to Texas A&M University; 2015, Associate Professor. Current research areas include polyelectrolytes, redox-active polymers, energy storage, and anti-corrosion coatings. Recipient of honours and awards, including: World Economic Forum Young Scientist, Kavli Fellow, NSF CAREER, AFSOR YIP, 3M Non-tenured Faculty Award. First Vice-Chair, AICHE Materials Engineering & Sciences Division. Deputy Editor, ACS Applied Polymer Materials. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board: ACS Macro Letters, Macromolecules, ACS Applied Nano Materials, Molecular Systems Design & Engineering, and Materials Today.