Steffen Jeschke

Tillfällig förlängning at Materials Physics

I am a Post-Doc in the group of Professor Johansson since July 2015. I graduated in Chemistry at the University Münster, Germany, developing siloxane-based electrolytes for application in Li-ion batteries. Currently, my research is related to Li-sulphur batteries, applying different computational approaches to investigate sulphur/sulphide-electrolyte interactions.

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2021

Supervised Machine Learning-Based Classification of Li-S Battery Electrolytes

Steffen Jeschke, Patrik Johansson
BATTERIES & SUPERCAPS. Vol. In Press
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2020

Charge storage mechanism of alpha-MnO2 in protic and aprotic ionic liquid electrolytes

Simon Lindberg, Steffen Jeschke, Piotr Jankowski et al
Journal of Power Sources. Vol. 460 (228111)
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2020

Charge storage mechanism of α-MnO2 in protic and aprotic ionic liquid electrolytes

Simon Lindberg, Steffen Jeschke, Piotr Jankowski et al
Journal of Power Sources. Vol. 460
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2018

Graphitic microstructure and performance of carbon fibre Li-ion structural battery electrodes

Athmane Boulaoued, Giulia Fredi, Joachim Wallenstein et al
Multifunctional Materials. Vol. 1 (1)
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2018

Catching TFSI: A Computational–Experimental Approach to β-Cyclodextrin-Based Host–Guest Systems as electrolytes for Li-Ion Batteries

Steffen Jeschke, Piotr Jankowski, A.S. Best et al
ChemSusChem. Vol. 11 (12), p. 1942-1949
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2017

Predicting the Solubility of Sulfur: A COSMO-RS-Based Approach to Investigate Electrolytes for Li-S Batteries

Steffen Jeschke, Patrik Johansson
Chemistry - A European Journal. Vol. 23 (38), p. 9130-9136
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2017

Fluorinated Ether Based Electrolyte for High-Energy Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: Li+ Solvation Role behind Reduced Polysulfide Solubility

Sara Drvarič Talian, Steffen Jeschke, Alen Vizintin et al
Chemistry of Materials. Vol. 29 (23), p. 10037-10044
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2017

Solvation structure in dilute to highly concentrated electrolytes for lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries

Eibar Flores, Gustav Åvall, Steffen Jeschke et al
Electrochimica Acta. Vol. 233, p. 134-141
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2016

Characterization of semi-interpenetrating polymer electrolytes containing poly(vinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoropropylene) and ether-modified polysiloxane

E. Cznotka, Steffen Jeschke, H.D. Wiemhöfer
Solid State Ionics. Vol. 289, p. 35-47
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2016

Towards more thermally stable Li-ion battery electrolytes with salts and solvents sharing nitrile functionality

Manfred Kerner, Du Hyun Lim, Steffen Jeschke et al
Journal of Power Sources. Vol. 332, p. 204-212
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2016

3D laser scanning confocal microscopy of siloxane-based comb and double-comb polymers in PVDF-HFP thin films

E. Cznotka, Steffen Jeschke, S. Schmohl et al
Journal of Coatings Technology and Research. Vol. 13 (4), p. 577-587
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2016

Highly-fluorous pyrazolide-based lithium salt in PVDF-HFP as solid polymer electrolyte

E. Cznotka, Steffen Jeschke, M. Grunebaum et al
Solid State Ionics. Vol. 292, p. 45-51
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