Posted in Energy, Battery, Batteries, Engineering, Women in STEM, Women in Science, Environment, Renewable Energy, Electrochemical Engineering, Energy Storage, Women in Engineering on Jul 19th, 2017 Comments
In May 2017 during the 231st ECS Meeting, we sat down with 2016-2017 ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship winner, Elizabeth Biddinger, to discuss green chemistry, sustainable engineering, and the future of transportation.
Elizabeth is an assistant professor at the City College of New York, part of the City University of New York system. There, she leads a research group that covers research areas ranging from electrocatalysis to ionic liquids. Elizabeth’s work in switchable electrolytes earned her a spot among the 2016-2017 fellowship winners.