Bridging Models at Different Scales To Design New Generation Fuel Cells for Electrified Mobility

# Opening Topic
Ph.D. opening 1 Multi-physics modelling and optimisation for maximum mass and electron transports in PEMFC electrode
Ph.D. opening 2 MD simulations and theoretical modelling of fluid transport properties of FC
Ph.D. opening 3 Microkinetic Model of Platinum Chemistry in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
Ph.D. opening 4 Crossing Scales with Machine Learning
Ph.D. opening 5 Continuum level mechanical membrane degradation model embedded into an intertwined degradation framework
Ph.D. opening 6 Multiscale modeling of membrane aging in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
Ph.D. opening 7 Reduced-Order Modelling of combined chemical and mechanical PEMFC membrane degradation
Ph.D. opening 8 Transport and Carbon Corrosion in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
Ph.D. opening 9 Evaluating the Properties of PEMFC Membrane Materials via MD Simulations for Creation of a ML twin-system
Ph.D. opening 10 Physics-based modelling of the PEMFC electrode fabrication process
Ph.D. opening 11 Physics-based modelling of the membrane electrode assembling
Ph.D. opening 12 Numerical modelling and optimisation of the pressure-dependent ECR at the interface between the GDL and BPP
Ph.D. opening 13 MPL performance in FCs: insights and optimization from ML powered ab-initio simulations
Ph.D. opening 14 Implementation and application of large-scale DFT to model electrochemical reactions at constant electrode potentials
Ph.D. opening 15 Interpretable ML for Diffusion Dynamics

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