Anna Martinelli works at Chalmers and is affiliated as an Associate Professor since December 2015. She holds a Master of Science degree in Physics based on studies initiated in Italy and then continued in Sweden. She pursued a PhD program with focus on materials science at the group of condensed matter physics at Chalmers (under the supervision of Prof. Aleksandar Matic) investigating ion conducting polymer-based materials. As a postdoctor Anna spent first a period at the University of Rome La Sapienza at the group of Prof. Bruno Scrosati studying Li-salt/ionic liquid mixtures of interest for use in Li-ion batteries, and then a period at the Institute Nationale Polytechnique de Grenoble (INP-G) to design, produce, and operate a fuel cell device for in situ µ-Raman spectroscopic measurements. At her current position at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering of Chalmers Anna leads a research group focusing on the physico-chemical properties of pure ionic liquids, ionic liquid mixtures and ionic liquids in nanoscaled domains. Anna holds (and has received) research grants from, among others, the the Hasselbald Foundation, the Chalmers Areas of Advance (Materials Science & Energy), Formas, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF), the Knut & Alice Wallenberg Foundation and the Swedish Research Council (VR).
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