Maria Forsyth

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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4273-8105
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Australia

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Maria Forsyth (2017-05-22)

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Batteries, Electrolytes, Corrosion, Plastic Crystals, Ionic Liquids, Polymer Electrolytes, Electroch

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Maria Forsyth (2017-07-27)

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Prof Maria Forsyth, Deakin University

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Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University

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Maria Forsyth (2017-05-22)

Battery Transformation Research and Innovation Hub

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Maria Forsyth (2017-07-27)

Associate Director, ACES

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Scopus Author ID: 7103154228

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Scopus Author ID: 56868933700

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Biography

Professor Maria Forsyth (FAA) is an Australian Laureate Fellow, an Alfred Deakin Professorial Fellow at Deakin University. She is the Associate Director in the ARC Centre of Excellence in Electromaterials Science (ACES) and Deputy Director of the Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) at Deakin University in Australia. Specifically, her work has focused on understanding the phenomenon of charge transport at metal/electrolyte interfaces and within novel electrolyte materials. Such materials have included a range of novel ionic liquids, polymer electrolytes and plastic crystals. NMR techniques have featured strongly in Professor Forsyth’s research where she has applied pulsed field gradient NMR to measure diffusion of ionic species in electrolytes, variable temperature solid state wide line NMR and MAS to investigate structure and dynamics in solids and, most recently, NMR imaging of electrochemical processes. She leads collaborative projects in lithium and sodium battery technologies funded through recent Australian Research Council grants. Her team collaborates very productively with colleagues within academia, CSIRO, DSTO as well as industry to design new materials and processes to control and optimise these phenomena in two key areas - corrosion (e.g. Corrosion Science 2006, Surface and Coatings Technology, 2007) and electrochemical devices (eg., Nature 1999, Science 2002, Science 2008, Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 2008). Specifically, her work has focused on understanding the phenomenon of charge transport at metal/electrolyte interfaces and within novel electrolyte materials. Such materials have included a range of novel ionic liquids, polymer electrolytes and plastic crystals. Professor Forsyth is a co-author of over 450 journal and conference publications attracted more then 17000 citations with hi-index of 71. She has delivered more than 25 invited and plenary talks in the past 5 years.
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