Ruben Tavano

Doctoral Student at Material and Computational Mechanics

Ruben Tavano is an Italian PhD student at the Department of Industrial and Materials Science, division of Material and Computational Mechanics. His research focuses on structural batteries and, in particular, on multifunctional carbon fibres used for negative electrodes. This research aims to lead to improved electromechanical properties of the cells that can make structural batteries important in real-world scenarios for portable devices and transportation industries.

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2024

IMPACT OF PROCESSING PARAMETERS ON THE MULTIFUNCTIONALITY OF CARBON FIBRES FOR STRUCTURAL BATTERY ELECTRODES

Ruben Tavano, Johanna Xu, Fang Liu et al
Proceedings of the 21st European Conference on Composite Materials. Vol. 6, p. 224-231
Paper in proceeding
2023

Battle for the surface

Ruben Tavano
Other - Exhibition
2023

MULTIFUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE OF TAILOR-MADE CARBON FIBRES An improved structural battery negative electrode

Ruben Tavano, Johanna Xu, Fang Liu et al
ICCM International Conferences on Composite Materials. Vol. 2023
Other conference contribution

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2022–2025

Multifunctional carbon fibres for battery electrodes

Leif Asp Material and Computational Mechanics
Fang Liu Materials and manufacture
Johanna Xu Material and Computational Mechanics
Ruben Tavano Material and Computational Mechanics
Office of Naval Research

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