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Martin Andersson

Position: Docent, Associate Professor, Marie Curie Fellow

Phone: +46 46 222 49 08
Phone: +49 2461 61 90 74
Fax: +46 46 222 47 17
Email: Martin.Andersson@energy.lth.se
Internal mail: Hs 9

Postal address:
Energy Sciences
PO Box 118,
SE-221 00 Lund
SWEDEN

Visiting address:
Ole Römers väg 1, M-huset

Martin's list of publications


About Dr Martin Andersson:

Dr. Martin Andersson was born on the 7th of July 1982. He graduated as a M. Sc. in Environmental and Chemical Engineering at Lund University, Sweden in 2007. His doctoral degree is from Division of Heat Transfer, Department of Energy Sciences at Lund University in 2011. Andersson was awarded the title of Docent in 2014. In 2015 he was granted a Marie Curie Fellowship, which is one of Europe’s most competitive and prestigious awards aimed at fostering interdisciplinary research and international collaborations.

Martin’s research concerns analysis of heat and mass transfer and other transport phenomena in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) and polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs). Numerical calculation methods have been developed to enable predictions of various transport processes in flow channels for the fuel and the oxidant in fuel cells; the electrochemical reactions in fuel cells, and their effects on energy and mass balances. The current research interests are focused on comprehensive understanding of chemical reactions and nano-/micro-structured porous material effects on various transport processes in various components of fuel cell systems.

Teaching activities

Heat Transfer (MMVF05)  

Numerical Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer (MMVN05)

Termodynamics and Fluid Mechanics (MMVF01)

Project - Energy Technology (MVK115)


Suggestions for Master Thesis

Master thesis at ESPOL in Guayaquil, Ecuador with focus on Experimental or Modelling Fuel Cell Research 

Master thesis at UESTC in Chengdu, China with focus on Experimental Fuel Cell Research

Simulation-assisted design of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) stack design for sub-watt range with internal reformation at Saan Energy

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