Deepak received his PhD in 2014 from the Reactor Institute Delft at the Delft University of Technology, where he worked on High Performance Batteries (Li- Ion, Li-Sulfur, Na-Ion) that includes probing lithium dynamics in high voltage battery materials, in-situ electrochemistry, tailoring electrode architecture for optimized ionic and electronic transport. In 2015, he made it to finals of Dutch CleanTech Challenge and later have received support from the Yes Delft and the Climate-KIC Accelerator programs for developing low cost energy storage systems. Currently, as a post-doctoral researcher at Inorganic Material Science group he is focus on synthesis and tuning of fast ionic conductors for all solid-state battery, interface engineering, in-situ studies using Neutron and X rays techniques.
Hereditary Corneal Dystrophies
M. Cunha, D., Hendriks, T. A., Vos, C. M., Singh, D. P., & Huijben, M. (2017). Nanoscale mapping of electrochemistry for enhanced solid state batteries. Poster session presented at MESA+ Meeting 2017, Enschede, Netherlands.
Singh, D. P., Soin, N., Sharma, S., Basak, S., Sachdeva, S., Roy, S. S., ... Wagemaker, M. (2017). 3-D vertically aligned few layer graphene – partially reduced graphene oxide/sulfur electrodes for high performance lithium–sulfur batteries. Sustainable Energy & Fuels, 1, 1516-1523. DOI: 10.1039/C7SE00195A
Zhang, X., van Hulzen, M., Singh, D. P., Brownrigg, A., Wright, J. P., van Dijk, N. H., & Wagemaker, M. (2014). Rate-induced solubility and suppression of the first-order phase transition in olivine LiFePO4. Nano letters, 14(5), 2279-2285. DOI: 10.1021/nl404285y
Singh, D. P., George, A., Kumar, R. V., ten Elshof, J. E., & Wagemaker, M. (2013). Nanostructured TiO2 anatase micropatterned three-dimensional electrodes for high-performance Li-ion batteries. Journal of physical chemistry C, 117, 19809-19815. DOI: 10.1021/jp3118659