Professor Emma Kendrick
Professor Kendrick has worked in industry and academic extensively on energy materials and devices; batteries and fuel cells, and has 70 papers and 21 patent family applications in this field. Her recent book chapter on Advanced Battery manufacturing is being published by the RSC.
Her research over the last 20 years has focused on translation of novel functional materials to industry relevant device demonstrators, new battery materials and chemistries to cell demonstrators.
Her enthusiasm for new technology development, mainly batteries, extends to the industrial and academic fields. She has been on many EPSRC industry advisory boards, and is currently functional material specialist on the physical science SAT for EPSRC, Committee member for the Energy Group at IoM3 and the Materials Division Council at the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Professor Kendrick is also the group lead for the Energy Materials Group at the University of Birmingham