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Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry

 

David S. Hall is a Research Associate in the Department of Chemistry at Cambridge University and a Post-doctoral Research Associate of Hughes Hall Cambridge. He received a BSc (2010) with Honours Specialisation in Chemistry and Minor in Materials Science from Western University (London, Canada) and a PhD (2014) in Chemistry from the University of Ottawa. His doctoral research was performed as a visiting scientist at the National Research Council of Canada (Ottawa). He received an NSERC-CREATE fellowship for postdoctoral research at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada (2014-2016) where he researched electrolyte additives for lithium-ion batteries in collaboration with and with funding from 3M Canada. He then joined the Nuclear Waste Management Organization in Toronto (2016-2017), where he was the project manager of a portfolio of academic, government, and industrial corrosion research across Canada and regularly collaborated with several international partners. He was then a postdoctoral research associate at Dalhousie University (2017-2019) studying characterisation methods, fast-charging cell designs, and additive synthesis for lithium-ion batteries. He moved to Cambridge in 2019, where he is currently joint project lead for the Degradation fast-start project of the Faraday Institution. He has been a symposium organiser for international conferences, a delegate for a European Commission joint technology platform (IGD-TP JA11a), is a standing member of the Education Committee of the Electrochemical Society, and is on the ECS Summer Fellowship Sub-committee. He was the Lead Guest Editor for a special issue of Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology (Taylor and Francis, Harwell UK). He has published >35 peer-reviewed journal articles with >1,000 citations, and is anĀ inventor on 3 patent applications.

Publications

An Evaluation of Corrosion Processes Affecting Copper-Coated Nuclear Waste Containers in a Deep Geological Repository
DS Hall, M Behazin, W Jeffrey Binns, PG Keech
– Progress in Materials Science
(2021)
118,
100766
Prospects for lithium-ion batteries and beyond-a 2030 vision
CP Grey, DS Hall
– Nat Commun
(2020)
11,
6279
Solution NMR Studies of Electrolyte Decomposition Pathways
BLD Rinkel, DS Hall, I Temprano, CP Grey
– ECS Meeting Abstracts
(2020)
MA2020-02,
783
(Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Address Sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation) Extending Battery Life - Studies within the Faraday Institution on NMC811/Graphite Full Cells
DS Hall, R Jervis, CP Grey
– ECS Meeting Abstracts
(2020)
MA2020-02,
788
Electrolyte oxidation pathways in lithium-ion batteries
BLD Rinkel, DS Hall, I Temprano, CP Grey
– J Am Chem Soc
(2020)
142,
15058
Synthesis and Evaluation of Difluorophosphate Salt Electrolyte Additives for Lithium-Ion Batteries
DS Hall, T Hynes, CP Aiken, JR Dahn
– Journal of the Electrochemical Society
(2020)
167,
100538
Electrolyte Oxidation Pathways in Lithium-Ion Batteries
B Rinkel, D Hall, I Temprano, C Grey
(2020)
Impact of Functionalization and Co-Additives on Dioxazolone Electrolyte Additives
R Gauthier, DS Hall, K Lin, J Baltazar, T Hynes, JR Dahn
– Journal of The Electrochemical Society
(2020)
167,
080540
The effect of metal solution contaminants on the platinum electro-catalyst during methanol oxidation and oxygen reduction reactions
S Jalilpour, C Bock, BR MacDougall, DS Hall
– Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry
(2020)
862,
113997
A one-pot method for the synthesis of 3-(Hetero-)aryl-1,4,2-dioxazol-5-ones
T Hynes, DS Hall, AWH Speed, JD Masuda, JR Dahn
– Canadian Journal of Chemistry
(2020)
98,
158
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Research Group

Telephone number

01223 760836

Email address

dh633@cam.ac.uk