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As a Knowledge Transfer Manager for energy storage, my main responsibility is to facilitate the development and implementation of research and innovation in the area of energy storage systems in various scales.

I am a solid-state chemist by background with 7 years of research experience in the field of renewable energy and energy storage systems, particularly batteries and supercapacitors. I was previously working for a start up company on developing fast charge cordless devices. My principal research interests is in the field of Future-Energy storage devices (for various applications such as automotive, electric vehicles, and grid) and sustainable energy generation technologies (such as optoelectronic and photovoltaics).

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