Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Manitoba
Office: Parker 520E, Fort Garry Campus
Telephone: (+1) 204-480-1823
Bachelor equivalent 2004-2007: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Ph.D. 2009-2014: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Postdoctoral Fellow 2014-2015: McGill University, Canada
NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow 2016-2017: University of Oxford, UK
Assistant Professor since 2018: University of Manitoba, Canada
Electrochemical energy storage has enabled the mobile technology revolution of the past decades. Now we need it to enable the transition to a carbon-neutral energy economy. Batteries are currently the most advanced technology for this purpose. Dr. Kuss is interested in the complex physical and chemical interactions of materials in batteries. His expertise lies in the synthesis and characterization of materials, especially in electrochemical applications. He has worked with leading academics in Canada, the US and the UK on energy storage and corrosion topics, and collaborated with industry partners, including General Motors, Johnson Matthey and Dyson.
CHEM1310 - Introduction to Physical Chemistry
CHEM3590 - Instrumental Analysis
Conducting Binder Synthesis and Characterization.
Electrochemical characterization of composite electrodes.
Conducting binders in solid state batteries
Student Research Associate.
Enzyme immobilization on organic electrodes.
Co-op student, USRA summer student
Ionic Conductivity Characterization
URA summer student
Student Research Associate 2018-2019
Summer student 2019, University Research Award Recipient
Summer student 2019, Student Research Associate 2019-2021, USRA Recipient
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