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Dr Ieuan Seymour

Ieuan is a post-doctoral research associate in the Department of Materials at Imperial College London investigating the local structure and dynamics of materials for next-generation all-solid-state rechargeable batteries in the Aguadero Research Group.


His current research interests include combining computational modelling techniques with experimental probes to understand the fundamental transport properties of grain boundaries and interfaces in all-solid-state batteries. A key focus of his work is the development of an adaptive kinetic Monte Carlo methodology to model the long-time scale dynamics at electrolyte grain boundaries and electrolyte|cathode interfaces. 


Before starting at Imperial Ieuan was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Texas at Austin investigating the local structure and dynamics of novel cathode materials for Li and Na-ion batteries in the group of Professor Graeme Henkelman. This work followed on from his PhD at the University of Cambridge, which focused on combined computation and theoretical studies of Li-ion battery cathode materials in the group of Professor Clare Grey.


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