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Main energy field:
Flow batteries for large scale energy storage
Ph.D. 2013 Stanford University, Mechanical Engineering
M.Sc. 2009 Stanford University, Mechanical Engineering
B.Sc. 2007 McGill University, Mechanical Engineering
Leader in Science & Technology Chair (Technion)
Member of the Israel National Research Center for Electrochemical Propulsion (INREP)
Lawrence Scholar award (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Excellence in Publication Award (2011 & 2012, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
My work involves designing, building, and studying novel redox flow batteries for large scale energy storage, and novel capacitive deionization systems for simultaneous energy storage and water desalination.
ME Suss, W Braff, CR Buie, MZ Bazant, “A cyclable laminar flow battery”. Submitted to Science, 2014.
ME Suss, PM Biesheuvel, TF Baumann, M Stadermann, JG Santiago. “Spatially and temporally resolved measurements of salt concentration between charging porous electrodes for desalination by capacitive deionization”. Environmental Science & Technology, 48(3), 2008-2015.
ME Suss, TF Baumann, MA Worsley, KA Rose, T Jaramillo, M Stadermann, JG Santiago. “Impedance-based study of capacitive porous carbon electrodes with hierarchical and bimodal porosity”. Journal of Power Sources, 2013, 241, 266-273.
R.K. Kalluri, M.M. Biener, M.E. Suss, M.D. Merrill, M. Stadermann, J.G. Santiago, T.F. Baumann, J. Biener, A. Striolo, “Unraveling the potential and pore-size dependent capacitance of slit-shaped graphitic carbon pores in aqueous electrolytes”. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2013, 15, 2309-2320
ME Suss, TF Baumann, WL Bourcier, CM Spadaccini, KA Rose, JG Santiago, M Stadermann. “Capacitive desalination with flow-through electrodes”. Energy and Environmental Science, 2012, 5, 9511-9519
J Biener, M Stadermann, M Suss, MA Worsley, MM Biener, KA Rose and TF Baumann. “Advanced carbon aerogels for energy applications”. Energy and Environmental Science, 2011, 4, 656-667